Southern Mexico and the Northern Triangle should get more support from the North American Development Bank, writes Dan Runde

Posted by Editor
23/11/2018

Writing for The Hill, Dan Runde of the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington explains that a rapid increase in development funds is needed to address the widespread violence, poverty and corruption driving so many to migrate from Southern Mexico and Central America’s Northern Triangle. The United States should put the North American …

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Dressing Old Wounds in Guatemala

Posted by Editor
22/11/2018
Posted in Guatemala

For decades, Guatemala was paralyzed by a civil war that, according to some estimates, claimed up to 200,000 lives. Now some twenty years after the signing of the peace accord between the belligerents, more progress toward retribution is being made. “A Guatemalan court has sentenced a former soldier to 5,160 years in prison for a …

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