Gabriel Cohen


An Evolution of Vaccine Diplomacy

“Thanks, Uncle Sam,” a friend of mine in Asunción remarked – perhaps sarcastically – when declaring that she had received the first dose of her vaccination regimen in July. This vaccine, one of a million Pfizer doses donated by the United States to Paraguay a few weeks earlier, was a welcome development for a country […]

The (Further) Fracturing of the Latin American Left

The Organization of American States (OAS) voted on June 15th on a resolution to condemn the recent rise in the arrests and harassment of opposition candidates in Nicaragua by the government. The supranational body’s permanent council met and passed, by a vote of 27-3, the resolution, unequivocally condemning the detention of opposition candidates by the […]

Latin America’s populists need to adapt to a return to normalcy

With former Vice President Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 United States presidential election, world leaders from across each and every continent have heaved a sigh of relief, calling in congratulations to the president-elect with the hopes that the next few years will spare them the late-night Twitter meltdowns, the vague geopolitical threats, and the […]