More Latin America

The Obama administration is applauding itself for killing the Monroe Doctrine. But in truth, this foreign-policy pillar has helped America survive—and its death puts the nation itself at risk. 
By Richard Palmer, from May 15, 2015 in Analysis »
The French president’s historic visit to Cuba is part of a European effort to pursue closer relations with the island.
By Jeremiah Jacques, from February 5, 2015 in Analysis »
Will the bear and dragon soon dominate the region?
By Gerald Flurry, From the Editor from the March 2015 Trumpet Print Edition »
Is the Roman Catholic Church trying to establish a strategic foothold 90 miles from American soil? And if so, why?
By Gerald Flurry, from January 24, 2015 in Top Stories »
In the midst of the Cold War, the Soviet Union deployed missiles just 90 miles from the contiguous United States. This was perhaps the closest the world ever came to nuclear war.
By Jeremiah Jacques, from January 5, 2015 in Analysis »
The surprise restoration of relations between the United States and Cuba represents a major victory for the pope. Is it cause for celebration?