The Clouds of Food Insecurity Gather over Central America

Posted by Editor
07/09/2018

As is typical of most areas of the world that straddle the equator, climate change disproportionately effects Central American countries, especially in the “Dry Corridor” of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua. This summer’s drought leads some analysts to conclude that millions of Central Americans may face a devastating food shortage in the coming months. …

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El Salvador and Guatemala “postpone” high-level diplomatic meeting in Washington

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07/09/2018

Amidst uncomfortable tensions between the United States and the Northern Triangle countries of Central America, El Salvador and Guatemala made a last-minute decision to “postpone” sending their respective diplomatic missions to Washington this week. What was supposed to be a high-level diplomatic meeting to discuss aid, security, and migration cooperation between the US, Mexico, El …

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Nikki Haley Compares Nicaragua to Venezuela, Syria

Posted by Editor
05/09/2018
Posted in Nicaragua, USA

Speaking generously, Nicaraguan civil society has been under duress for several months now. This week, US Ambassador the UN warned of the long lasting consequences that may result from regional negligence, comparing the ongoing crisis in Nicaragua to those in Venezuela and Syria. ” ‘When human rights are denied, the violence and instability that follow …

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President Morales is Toxic for Guatemalan Democracy

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05/09/2018
Posted in Guatemala

Guatemala’s ascent from decades of civic and economic despair has been a sort of Cinderella story in Central America — no one expected it. But developments this week show that Jimmy Morales is backpedaling at a breakneck speed. “Four days after Morales announced he would allow the mandate of the UN-backed Commission against Corruption and …

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