Tag Archives: China

TTIP & TPP – A Threat to Latin America?

By Samuel George Advertisements

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BRICS Apart as Oil Prices Plunge

By World Bank Senior Advisor Otaviano Canuto 

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US Policy in Latin America: What a difference a decade makes

Theodore Kahn argues that things are looking up for the United States in Latin America

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The Strategic Relevance of Latin America for the United States

By Dr. R. Evan Ellis, professor of LATAM Studies at the Strategic Studies Institute (Note: This article was originally published on the Strategic Studies Institute webpage)

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Chile’s Carbon Tax: The Price is Right?

James McBride on Chile’s new carbon tax

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Who Really Wins from Globalization?

Inside a new study on the winners and losers of interconnection

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Venezuela: Can the revolution survive with a little help from its friends?

Venezuelan contributor Francisco Rodríguez on the Bolivarian Republic’s increasing dependency on China 

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