Recognition of Central America as part of a larger North American economic zone is necessary to reduce the factors driving migration, writes AS/COA's Steve Liston in The Hill.
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"We are in a global battle for hearts and minds, where decisions are being made today that will lock in relationships for the longer term," writes AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth in The National Interest.
"The biggest challenge for keeping ties productive will be sustaining the attention necessary to tackle deep-rooted problems," writes AS/COA's Carin Zissis in World Politics Review.
"Neither the United States nor Nicaragua’s neighbors took meaningful steps to slow or reverse the democratic slide," said the AS/COA vice president to Forbes.com.
By denying the Ortega regime of the legitimacy it seeks, Washington and the international community can discourage other budding dictators, writes AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth for Univision.
"By broadening its policy focus, Washington has a significant opportunity to shift incentives to address corruption more effectively," writes AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth in Univision.
"Montevideo would prefer to develop ties with Washington over Beijing. But so far, that option has been unavailable," co-writes AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth for Barron's.