Jason Marczak, The Hill

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Past articles by Jason:

Now is not the time to cut aid to Colombia

As a key U.S. partner in the region, continuing engagement with Colombia is essential to our strategic economic and national security interests. Now is the time to double down on our collective commitment to the U.S.-Colombia relationship. → Read More

Tariffs are too blunt a tool for migrant talks with Mexico

Such action, which would deal a blow to an already struggling Mexican economy, would only compound the problem. → Read More

This is precisely the wrong time to cut and run from Central America

Doing so would not only spark more migration, but it would create new conditions for lawlessness → Read More

We must stop the next great Latin American crisis before it's too late

Many in Nicaragua worry that Ortega is using the same strategies as Maduro to strengthen his rule. → Read More

U.S. should welcome Mexico's bold new steps to help migrants and Central America

Mexico is offering visas and jobs to migrants, and investing longterm in a livable Central America. The US should be a partner in this 'Marshall Plan.' → Read More

We Can't Give Up on Argentina Now

Argentina is a country blessed. A stroll through the tree-lined avenues of Buenos Aires, the glacial landscapes of El Calafate, or the serene vineyards of Mendoza will leave no doubt. But it’s also... → Read More

New NAFTA's most crucial bits are the holdovers from old NAFTA

NAFTA tied together North America in a way that makes the United States more secure → Read More

Colombia needs help as it bears brunt of Venezuela's refugee crisis

Colombia has nobly kept its borders open, providing refuge to those escaping repression and violence, but the influx is taking its toll. → Read More

Mexicans voted for change — now what?

What does an AMLO government mean for Mexico, and for its U.S. relations? → Read More

Mexicans voted for change — now what?

What does an AMLO government mean for Mexico, and for its U.S. relations? → Read More

Regional response to Venezuela must pack a punch

This Organization of American States meeting cannot end like last year’s did. → Read More

Wake up Congress, our NAFTA partners are ramping up trade in Europe and the Pacific Rim

Mexico and Canada are ramping up trade with Europe and the Pacific Rim as the U.S. looks inward. Congress must be willing to make concessions on NAFTA. → Read More

The Other Venezuela Crisis

Hemispheric leaders will descend upon Peru this week for the Summit of the Americas in an atmosphere of deep uncertainty. While the fight against corruption is the meeting’s theme, the host... → Read More

Diplomacy Is Our Only Way Forward on Venezuela

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence’s four-country August tour of Latin America was dominated by one topic: Venezuela. After President Donald Trump's suggestion of military action set the region... → Read More

Central American turmoil fuels many illegal US border crossings

OPINION | Parents will continue to send their children on the perilous journey north if they deem it more dangerous to stay put. → Read More

Venezuela: When Will the International Community Intercede?

The Venezuelan government was recently given a new mandate to continue running its country into the ground. The culprits this time: an international community scared of its own shadow. Within 24... → Read More

Argentina’s New President Wants to Change the Way Latin America Does Business

Mauricio Macri is taking power with a mandate to jumpstart his country's flagging economy. But can he tip the region towards free trade? → Read More

The End of Coal*

The End of Coal* « | Foreign Policy | the Global Magazine of News and Ideas → Read More

Connecticut Will Ban Gun Sales to Individuals on U.S. Watch Lists

Connecticut is set to become the first state to ban gun sales to those on terror lists. → Read More

The Rights Stuff

On the occasion of Human Rights Day, a conversation with a key U.S. State Department official on democracy and human rights. → Read More