May 31, 2018
| Frank A. Verrastro, Andrew J. StanleyWhile higher oil prices have provided Venezuela with an economic lifeline in the past, the dramatic collapse of production and exports makes it increasingly impossible for even such revenue inflows to alter Venezuela’s fate.
In a frenemy foreign policy world, where all favors and actions are considered in the context of an ongoing and uncertain negotiation over myriad issues, let’s hope this complexity does not come back to bite us.
May 29, 2018
| William Alan ReinschOur global leadership is continuously under challenge from many directions, most notably China right now, and if we lose our lead, it might well be for good. That means we need to pay close attention to getting innovation right.
May 25, 2018
| Michael A. Matera, Mark L. SchneiderAnticorruption institutions are key to protecting democracy and promoting economic progress, and those who abuse their public trust anywhere in the Americas will go to jail.
May 21, 2018
| William Alan ReinschWe may be the lead dog right now, but the challenges will grow, and the policies we are pursuing, including renewed sanctions, will eventually put us back in the pack rather than out front.