Weekly Report - 24 March 2022 (WR-22-12)

REGION: Washington seeks new alliances in Central America

The US administration led by President Joe Biden has made no secret of its hopes for better relations with its former key ally, Honduras, under the new government led by President Xiomara Castro. However, with US concerns rife over President Nayib Bukele’s authoritarian bent in El Salvador, the worrying state of the judiciary in Guatemala, and relations with Nicaragua on ice following President Daniel Ortega’s controversial re-election in November 2021, Washington is seeking to bolster ties with other countries in the sub-region.

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