The United Nations votes to keep the war on drugs alive

With one vote, the UN General Assembly will help entrench an illegal global drug trade worth billions of dollars

/ April 22, 2016

In Haiti, there is no quick fix after postponed Presidential elections

Calls for Haiti to conclude the second round of a presidential election run-off, while ignoring the irregularities of the first, will do the Haitian people no favours

/ April 15, 2016

The Panama Papers: More innuendo, less fact

Panama has been very strong in its opposition to the OECD, and it is now paying the price

/ April 8, 2016

Caribbean governments split on drone regulations

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles represent a challenge for Caribbean governments, but there is a strong reason why they should adapt -- and quickly

/ March 31, 2016

Obama’s white rose to Cuba

Getting Cubans to buy into the American Dream is more important than ever for President Obama in the new US-Cuba relationship

/ March 28, 2016

U.S. Congressmen call for independent investigation into Berta Cáceres murder

More than sixty Congressmen urge Sec. John Kerry put a hold on US military funding to Honduras, in light of human rights activist killings

/ March 21, 2016