What are we to make of France’s presidential election? More than anything, it points to the power of anti-systemic populism in French politics, whether on the Left or Right.
Eric PattersonApril 13, 2022
Religious liberty is not a luxury good that countries can dismiss and still “get by.” It’s necessary for a vibrant democratic society and national security.
Christos A. MakridisJune 25, 2020
Some observers call for a relaxation of US sanctions on Venezuela during the COVID-19 pandemic. Eric Farnsworth offers a different recommendation.
Eric FarnsworthMay 1, 2020
As the new year commences, there are several developments taking place in Latin America and the Caribbean that will likely make international headlines in 2020. In this commentary, we will briefly discuss some issues to keep in mind.
W. Alejandro SanchezJanuary 15, 2020
Three South American countries—Bolivia, Chile, and Ecuador—have experienced massive protests in the past couple of months.
W. Alejandro SanchezNovember 20, 2019
While Beijing continues its multidimensional approach to Latin America and the Caribbean, US leadership is notably missing.
W. Alejandro SanchezSeptember 24, 2019
Though the UN’s job, according to its charter, is to maintain international peace and security, protect human rights, deliver humanitarian aid, promote sustainable development, and uphold international law, the organization is becoming increasingly ineffective in all these areas. And now people like Ahmad see help from the UN as a dangerous mistake.
Abigail LiebingAugust 23, 2019
Paul Coyer speaks with Samuel Olson, who can justifiably be considered Venezuela’s most influential evangelical leader and is a respected leader not just in Venezuela and Latin America, but globally.
Samuel Olson & Paul CoyerJune 18, 2019
While there continues to be a movement among policymakers in Caracas, Washington, and even Oslo, the Venezuelan church has made several provocative statements in recent weeks, demonstrating that even its patience is running out.
W. Alejandro SanchezMay 24, 2019