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Critical Analysis: Germany takes center stage in diplomacy

In order to reevaluate its foreign policy approach, Germany conducted a review (“Review 2014”) last year.  Review 2014 included multiple town hall meetings with German voters and debates among foreign policy experts around the world.  Even during Review 2014, voters’ and experts’ opinions and approaches changed.  Initially, the majority of German voters disagreed with the statement […]

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Julia Preston reporting on the immigration crisis at the U.S. border with Mexico.

Critical Analysis: Mexican and Central American Children Seeking Refuge in U.S.

November 1, 2014 The United States has caught more than 68,000 children crossing the United States border—primarily via the Rio Grande Valley into Texas—in the past year, doubling last year’s number.  The majority of children are coming from Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador.  In fact, less than a quarter of the children caught are from […]

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Critical Analysis: The 20-Year Anniversary of NAFTA

How did you ring in the New Year?  Did you raise a toast to the 20th anniversary of North American Free Trade Agreement?  Probably not, but January 1, 2014, marked the 20th year of NAFTA’s existence.  NAFTA is one of the largest trading blocs in the world and thus still remains a relevant point of […]

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Critical Analysis: U.S. Federal Government Shutdown Impact on International Exports

As we wrap up week one of the federal government shutdown, impacts on international exports are being felt in a major way.  Visit the Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) website and you find the following disclaimer: The Federal Government is currently shut down due to a funding lapse. As a result, […]

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Venezuelan Elections: What’s Next?

  President Hugo Chavez’s work to nationalize Venezuela’s petroleum market and anti-American sentiments lead to strained relations between the United States and Venezuela from Chavez’s election in 1999 until his death this past March.  Not surprisingly, the United States government and private petroleum industries watched carefully as Venezuelans hit the polls to vote for Chavez’s […]

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