Monday, 20 March 2023
Monday, 20 March 2023
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Why is Colombia the Country that Gets Up the Earliest and is One of the Least Productive?
In LatinAmerican Post, we analyzed the reasons why getting up early is not synonymous with achieving greater productivity, as demonstrated by the exam...
Venezuelan Opposition: Between Henrique Capriles and María Corina Machado
The Venezuelan opposition has two clear paths to confront Nicolás Maduro electorally. For now, Henrique Capriles and María Corina Machad...
Latin America, a Continent Dominated by Maras, Gangs, Cartels and Guerrillas
Maras, cartels, guerrillas and organized crime spread their tentacles across borders. This is the panorama of crime in Latin America
Nicolás Petro in Legal Trouble: Do the Daughters and Sons of Latino Leaders Enjoy Impunity?
The children of presidents and former heads of state are not spared from investigations, both for false accusations and for illegal acts. Today the pr...
Viva Air: What Will Happen to Travelers Now that the Colombian Government Is in Control?
LatinAmerican Post summarized what it means for the Superintendence of Transportation to take control of the Colombian low-cost airline after the susp...
How to Understand Latin America Through the Figure of Hugo Chávez?
Ten years after the death of Hugo Chávez, we analyze his influence on the construction and configuration of the current Latin American region ...
Peru: the Conflict Between Dina Boluarte and Pedro Castillo Reaches International Levels
After three months of protests over Pedro Castillo's removal from Peru's presidency, several Latin American political actors have begun to lau...
El Salvador: Mega Prisons, a Real Solution Against Crime?
Regarding the opening of the new mega-prison in El Salvador, we review the reason for these centers and their actual impact on security
Who Are the New Ministers of Education, Culture and Sports of Gustavo Petro?
The president of Colombia, Gustavo Petro, made a change in his cabinet that could mean the victory of the most radical wing over the moderate one &...
What Is the Role of the First Ladies in Latin America?
The role of first lady is ambiguous, but little by little it is becoming more relevant in Latin America. People like Verónica Alcocer or Manuel...
Lithium Takes its Place in the World as a Strategic Resource. Is it Time to Nationalize it?
Lithium is a strategic resource. Its recent nationalization in Mexico and the enormous reserves of South America position Latin America as a primary s...
Colombia: The Special Powers on Which Gustavo Petro Depends
With the arrival of the first progressive government to the presidency of Colombia, its detractors have serious doubts about the direction that t...
Ecuador and Its Difficult Security Situation
Indicators such as extortion increased by 300% in 2022, which would demonstrate the complicated security situation in Ecuador. President Guillermo Las...
Colombia: ABC of Gustavo Petro's Health Care System
In LatinAmerican Post, we explain three of the most critical points of this reform that excites the national government and worries the opposition
Banishment, the Anachronistic Practice that Daniel Ortega is Employing
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega recently banished several opponents. An almost forgotten measure in the region is brought into the 21st century to ...
Marches across Colombia: What Is the Political Landscape in the Country?
The marches in Colombia for and against the reforms of the government of President Gustavo Petro show us how the political landscape of this coun...
Costa Rica Is Declared a Tax Haven. What Does this Mean?
The European Union has released the most recent list of countries that it considers tax havens. Costa Rica appeared for the first time on this list, w...
Is it true that Biden's Immigration Policy Has Had a Good Effect?
Andrés Manuel López Obrador, president of Mexico, stressed last Monday that the immigration policy of the US president has given good re...
Birth Tourism: What Is It And Why Is Argentina One Of Its Destinations?
Birth tourism seems to be the main phenomenon in the increase of Russian migration in Argentina, what is it about?
The Mara Salvatrucha: Are They Looking to Settle in Other Regions of Latin America?
Given the powerful offensive of the Executive of El Salvador against the criminal organization of La Mara Salvatrucha, the Salvadoran Vice President, ...
Legislative Challenges of Artificial Intelligence in Latin America
Its potential to revolutionize industries and create massive technological breakthroughs has made AI an integral part of the economy, and Latin Americ...
Petro Seeks to Block Uber and Bukele to Regularize it: Contrasts in Mobility
While the Colombian government attacks mobility platforms with sanctions and blockades, the Salvadoran government seeks to legalize and strengthen it....
Gallery: Which Are the Countries that Spent More Time on the Internet per Day?
Waste of time or hyperconnectivity? 3 of the 5 countries in which the population spends more time on the Internet per day are Latin American
Genocide Of the Yanomami People in Brazil: An Announced Tragedy Involving Bolsonaro
The Supreme Court of Brazil ordered the Prosecutor's Office to investigate members of the Government of Jair Bolsonaro to determine their responsi...
Nicaragua: This Is the Eccentric Restriction of Daniel Ortega to Stay in Power
Recently, the government of Daniel Ortega has restricted the use of audio and video equipment by tourists in order to regulate the content that is sha...
Why Doesn't the Peruvian Congress Want to Advance Elections?
The president, Dina Boluarte, asks the Peruvian Congress to advance the presidential elections to get out of the political crisis that the Andean coun...
The Countries With The Best And Worst Level Of English In Latin America
Broadly speaking, the region has improved its level of English, but one of the countries with the lowest level left us with a surprise.
Sexual Harassment in Universities: What To Do And What Is Still Missing?
Last week, the appointment and then declination of academic Víctor De Currea-Lugo to the Colombian embassy in the United Arab Emirates fueled t...
Bogotá Metro: These Are the Other Metros in Latin America
The debate about building an elevated or underground metro, like the one taking place in Bogotá, has already been settled in several Latin Amer...
Gender Parity Cabinets: Equality Policy or Campaign Proposal?
German Chancellor, Olaf Scholz, broke gender equality in his cabinet. How other governments that promised gender parity in the cabinet have dealt with...
This Is How Uruguay Reduced Informality. An example for Latin America
Employment is one of the main bases for economic stability, which leads to improving the quality of individual and collective life. However, a large p...
Dina Boluarte's First Month And A Half, More Chaotic Than Castillo's
In 40 days, the president of Peru, Dina Boluarte, has shown that she has not been able to solve the political crisis or consolidate a government to do...
Iván Velásquez: the Minister Who Destabilizes Relations between Colombia and Guatemala
The current defense minister of Colombia, Iván Velásquez, has faced criticism from the Guatemalan government for his leadership of the I...
Lula Da Silva And The Dilemma Of The Past Or The Present
The Brazilian president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, will have to choose what kind of position he will take in the Latin American context. You will cho...
The Future Of The Venezuelan Opposition in 2023 Without Juan Guaidó
Now without Juan Guaidó, the Venezuelan opposition is in a moment of reconstruction to recover internal unity, then trust the voters and thus b...
Does The ELN Lose The Political Argument?: This Is How The Dialogues With The Government Of Gustavo
The progress of the negotiations between the government of Gustavo Petro and the ELN has been cut short by decisions made by both parties. It seems th...
The Sinaloa Cartel Remains in Force Despite the Capture of Ovidio Guzmán
The arrest of Ovidio Guzmán is a blow to the Sinaloa Cartel, but it does not limit its power on the Mexican drug trafficking map
Brazil Congress Riot Tests the Relationship between Lula and the Military Forces
The takeover of Congress in Brazil by Bolsonaro failed due to the support that the military forces still maintain for Lula da Silva
Belén López Beiró, Inspiring Writer To Denounce Sexual Abuse
Belén who studied journalism at the Agency School Workshop (TEA) and communication at the University of Buenos Aires, captured in her book &quo...
2022, a Year of Struggles and Victories for Women and the Feminist Movement
In Latin America, there are still many obstacles to achieving equality between men and women in different spheres and to eradicating violence against ...
Will The Right Be Able To Regain Power In The Elections In Latin America In 2023?
After a 2022 with surprises and a turn to the left on the political map of the region, this 2023 may also bring changes in the electoral landscape. Th...
Not Everything Is Bad! Latin America'n Improvements in 2022
2022 ends and with this a year full of great challenges for Latin America, and one or another positive point, especially in economic terms. What are t...
Lula Da Silva's Third Term Will Be More Challenging Than The First
Brazil's president-elect, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, is sworn in on January 1 for his third term. Despite the pleasant memories that his followers...
Latin America Closes 2022 With An Education Crisis: Challenges And Challenges
2023 is shaping up to be a very challenging year, as inflation, conflicts and the consequences of the pandemic have increased inequalities. We tell yo...
Peru Lives in a Constant Political Crisis, But Not an Economic One
Despite the constant political crisis in Peru that charges presidents, the country is one of the most stable economies in all of Latin America, accord...
The Points of Contention for a New Constitution in Chile
Now, the Government of the Chilean president, Gabriel Boric, agrees again to a debate in the elaboration of the new constitution
The Political Reform of Gustavo Petro Could Break the Ruling Party
Recent fissures within the government parties due to the Political Reform that the Gustavo Petro administration is advancing could end up dissolving t...
These Are other Armed Groups in Colombia, Besides the ELN
Despite the fact that negotiations with the ELN are advancing in Colombia, there are still several armed groups that are getting stronger day by day ...
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