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Crisis in Venezuela
Untangling Venezuela’s Authoritarian Web

Recognizing Guaidó as the legitimate President is a bold strategy, but in the long run the United States will need to untangle the networks of criminality and corruption propping up Maduro.

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Marital Interference
US Should Slap Magnitsky Sanctions on Ortega Regime in Nicaragua

As Nicaragua’s crackdown on protestors enters a decisive phase, U.S. policy should aim to deepen the rift between the ruling couple and push for early elections.

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More Than A Feeling
The US-Brazil Relationship Must Be More Than Friendship

With the election of Jair Bolsonaro, U.S.-Brazil relations stand to gain a great deal—but only if Trump makes a concerted diplomatic effort.

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