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If history is any guide, there is a risk of copycat isolationists in the South.
Brazil and Argentina should lead the diplomatic effort to change Venezuela's behavior.
“None of the important questions have been answered,” the president of the OAS human rights commission tells AQ.
Brazil’s withdrawal from the world is damaging the rest of the continent, even as it becomes a battleground in Rousseff’s impeachment.
Human rights issues shade Obama's visits to Cuba and Argentina. Plus: Colombia faces peace deadline; Venezuela goes on a long holiday; and more.
The parched strip of land where Mexico drew the line on U.S. expansionism.
In an interview with Americas Quarterly, Chilean Minister of Foreign Affairs Heraldo Muñoz describes Chile’s initiative to negotiate a closer relationship between the Pacific Alliance and Mercosur, and warns that a region divided by Atlantic vs. Pacific will weaken Latin America’s competitiveness.

The U.S. and Cuba will reopen embassies in their respective capitals on July 20, officially restoring diplomatic ties.

This week’s likely news stories: Dominican Republic set to deport individuals of Haitian descent; Mexican high court paves way for full marriage equality;  U.S. and Venezuelan officials meet in Haiti, address strained relations; Nicaraguans protest Chinese-funded canal project; top ELN commander killed in Colombia

The era of acrimonious relations between Cuba and the U.S. may soon come to a close as Cuba’s designation on the U.S. Department of State’s list of state sponsors of terrorism (SSOT) has officially been rescinded after a final decision from Secretary of State John Kerry today.

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