Category: Geopolitical Perspectives

Michael Camilleri testifies before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere, Civilian Security, and Trade: “The Health, Economic, and Political Challenges Facing Latin America and the Caribbean”

“While regional experiences vary and it is still early to draw definitive conclusions, it is already clear that the pandemic is exposing and exacerbating many of Latin America’s preexisting challenges. Income inequality, labor informality, and weak social safety nets obligated millions of citizens to choose between protecting their health and …

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Dan Shapiro writes with David Makovsky in The Washington Post: “Here’s How Palestinians Could Benefit from the Diplomatic Deal Between Israel and the United Arab Emirates”

“Some observers seem to assume that the recent agreement to normalize relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates means the end of efforts to achieve a reasonable, two-state outcome to the Israel-Palestinian conflict. Some Israelis may hope that improving relations with Arab states would obviate the need for further …

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