U.S. aid can help, but conditions in much of Central America are dire, says a former president of Costa Rica.
Central America & Caribbean
A critical look at past U.S. aid efforts, and how to improve them going forward, by a former president of Costa Rica.
El Faro’s Nelson Rauda covers the Biden administration’s approach to El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala ahead of 2021 elections in two of those countries.
Experts discussed how regional governments, and a new U.S. administration, can work to halt the sprawling influence of organized crime in pandemic times.
Embracing this difficult moment to build resilience should be top of mind, the International Monetary Fund’s managing director tells AS/COA’s Susan Segal.
"Guatemala puede unilateralmente poner en marcha reglas —comerciales— como las que tiene Estados Unidos con México", dijo Susan Segal de AS/COA a Prensa Libre.