Regions / Latin America & Caribbean
Despite a legal setback, the State Department says that existing agreements permit the United States to continue its military presence in Colombia.
Conservatives may beg to differ, but common sense dictates that, without disarmament, nonproliferation is a non-starter.
Cuba is starting to transform its state-led economy. U.S. corporations and Cuban emigres are licking their lips at the potential opportunity.
Key Peruvian ally in U.S. "war on drugs" sentencing to 20 years in prison for running guns to Colombia's FARC upheld.
The United States wants to lease Colombian military bases, but a coalition of activists from the two countries are saying no. And they have the Colombian constitution on their side.
Oliver Stone's 'South of the Border' is a rapid march through the new world of Latin American politics.
On July 1, 2010, Costa Rica's Legislative Assembly authorized the U.S. military to undertake policing duties in Costa Rica, based on an expired "Cooperation Agreement."
An international tribunal gives the green light to a lawsuit brought by two companies attempting to overcome strong public and government resistance to their destructive gold mining.
American tourists have stayed away from Cuba for nearly half a century. Perhaps it is time for a change.
Promise of a collaborative foreign policy and focus on land reforms at home provide a glimmer of hope for new Colombian president Juan Santos's administration.