CLAS/CSE Hosts Panel on Efficacy of Sanctions
A panel of legal and political science experts explored the effectiveness of sanctions in inhibiting authoritarianism, using case studies from Hungary, Poland, and Venezuela.
Heine & Ray Explore Troubling Lead-Up to Summit of the Americas
“The run-up to the IX Summit of the Americas shows that the zero-sum, exclusionary approach to the development challenges of the Americas initiated by the Trump administration and continued by Biden is a dead-end street.”
Heine Discusses Changing U.S. Sanctions on Cuba
Until now, the U.S. strategy towards Latin America has basically followed that of the previous administration, so Ambassador Heine argues that the sanctions announcement is a step in the right direction.
Heine Offers Insights on Upcoming Summit of the Americas
“Distorting the Summit of the Americas in this way, and transforming it into a kind of ‘club of friends’ of the government in power in Washington, harms not only the region, but also the basic principles of Pan-Americanism.”
Heine Offers Insights Into China’s Lending Strategy in Latin America
China has been burned on FDI in Latin America, but Ambassador Heine argues that a reason for China’s reoriented lending strategy in the region could be that the country is going to concentrate more on development and internal investment in the coming years.
Hare Publishes Op-Ed on Ukraine Crises’ Impact on Florida
“Florida’s politicians need to assess the Ukraine issue in a broader historical context…Glib attempts to recast Putin as somehow aligned with America’s and Florida’s interests suggests a reckless case of amnesia.”
Pardee School Student Publishes Op-Ed on U.S.-Venezuela Policy
“As a top benefactor to the Venezuelan crisis and an advocate for national democratic transition, the United States should strengthen its commitment by granting TPS to Venezuelans.”
CLAS Hosts Event on US-Venezuela Relations
Congressman Miguel Pizarro, Dr. Carlos Blanco, and Dr. Michael McCarthy discussed the current Venezuelan regime and evolving relations with the U.S.
Pardee School Student Publishes Op-Ed on U.S.-Venezuela Relations
“The United States must work towards supporting the soon-to-be election in Venezuela instead of fanning the flames of political polarization.”
Beyond the Headlines: Political Crisis in Venezuela
The Beyond the Headlines series at the Pardee School continued with a discussion on the ongoing political crisis in Venezuela.
Hare in Sputnik News on Venezuela and Cuba
Amb. Paul Hare was interviewed for two articles on a range of topics including the Venezuela crisis, United States policy and Cuba.
Hare Interviewed on Political Crisis in Venezuela
Amb. Paul Hare was interviewed for a widely-syndicated article on the growing political crisis in Venezuela.
Hare in AFP on Venezuela in Crisis
Amb. Paul Hare discussed the Venezuela crisis and how global diplomacy is fragmented in trying to find a peaceful solution.
Gallagher in El Mercurio on China and Venezuela
GDP Center Director Kevin Gallagher discussed China’s influence on Venezuela’s finance policy.
Hare in AFP on the Venezuela Crisis
Amb. Paul Hare discusses whether international pressure can have an impact on the ongoing crisis in Venezuela.
Hare in FT on Cuba-Venezuela Relations
Amb. Paul Hare discusses the current diplomatic ties between Cuba and Venezuela.
Hare in AFP on Venezuela and Cuba
Amb. Paul Hare discusses the role of Cuba in the current political turmoil in Venezuela.
Hare in Digital Journal on Venezuela’s Isolation
Amb. Paul Hare discusses Venezuela’s ability to maintain key alliances despite the increasing isolation of President Nicolas Maduro’s government.
Hare in AFP on the U.S. and Maduro
Amb. Paul Hare discusses new opposition from the United States facing Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro.
Hare in Latin America Advisor on Cuba-Venezuela Relations
Amb. Paul Hare discusses the past, present and future of relations between Cuba and Venezuela.