Hombre mayor sentado en una silla de madera

Health is not a valid argument against raising the retirement age in Latin America

The nations that are experiencing the effects of demographic aging and its consequences turn to raise the retirement age attempting to maintain economic health

A worker cleans up outside the Legislative Council, a day after protesters broke into the building in Hong Kong.

Latin America must listen to the people of Hong Kong’s message regarding extradition

If most of the Constitutions of Latin American countries formerly explicitly prohibited the extradition of nationals and changes were made based on a historical circumstance relating to drug trafficking, it may be time to contemplate returning to our judicial roots regarding this matter

Bandera de Estados Unidos y mapa de Latinoamérica

What is Latin America waiting for to stop looking north?

In the face of new threats of mass deportation and the re-election campaign of the president who issues them, the region has more reasons to question its relationship with the United States

Hoja con las banderas de Venezuela y Colombia, seguido por una persona sosteniendo la mano de un bebé, y la bandera de Venezuela sobre estos.

Venezuelan babies suffer the devastating consequences of the crisis

Children born outside Venezuelan territory face serious problems when it comes to nationalizing and entering the health system

Camino a la tecnología 5G

Latin America must enter the race for 5G technology

Not only is it a matter of houses being smart, but the 5G network would increase the region's competitiveness to improve living conditions

No more politicized media!

For media not to censor, it is necessary to detach from any relationship with public leadership

Forests: a natural and economic resource that must be protected

In Latin America deforestation does not stop, and countries such as Brazil, Colombia, Bolivia and Peru have lost their primary reserves in a worrying percentage

Colombia: State institutions must ensure their credibility

Recent decisions by some Colombian institutions have generated a confrontation that threatens their own stability

Artificial intelligence in new business

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is used in the business world with different purposes, which generates competitiveness among companies

Intervention in Venezuela? It started a long time ago

The intervention by Russia, China and the United States may not be military yet, but it has been operating for months and leaving victims

Why did Guaidó lose his window of opportunity?

Although the leader of the Venezuelan opposition continues to arouse enthusiasm and hope for many, the strength of the principle of its movement has been diminished

Assange: he must be protected, whether he is a hero or a villain

The fate of the founder of WikiLeaks has sparked divided opinions, but for all its protection should be a priority

Social inequality in Latin America: a condition that affects health

Latin American Post sets its position on a more common and deeper problem than is initially believed

The digital transformation has begun

The secret for the different Latin American companies to succeed in their business is in the digital transformation

Where are the international organizations in the crisis in Venezuela?

Despite the humanitarian work of international organizations, the progress that has been made in restoring democracy in Venezuela has not been much

What does Facebook, Instagram, and Whatsapp's outage leave us?

This is the balance we make and the conclusions we reached after Facebook-owned applications' outage on Wednesday, March 13

Glyphosate: a social debate beyond politics

The use of glyphosate to eradicate illicit crops is harmful to health and generates a social and economic problem more expensive than other long-term methods

Orange Economy: the preservation of cultural industries in Colombia

The orange economy not only bets on increasing Colombia's GDP, but also preserves culture by becoming an attractive sector for investors

Venezuela: democratic pressure before military intervention

Nicolás Maduro crossed a thin line destroying humanitarian aid. Citizens ask for drastic solutions, but in LatinAmerican Post we agree with the position of the Lima Group

In Venezuela, humanitarian donations are essential

Donations in Venezuela are necessary to help fight the humanitarian crisis in that country

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