The President of Paraguay, Horacio Cartes, says he will no longer seek re-election after his bid to change the constitution triggered rioting.
Venezuela’s steady descent into chaos has repeatedly prompted pundits like me to predict that the authoritarian populist regime founded by Hugo Chávez was doomed to collapse, or be ousted.
As Correísmo hangs on, Moreano has made lots of promises, but will struggle to keep them
The leader of the main opposition Liberal Party, Efrain Alegre, said his side would only join in talks if the bill is withdrawn.
Since its defeat during a parliamentary election on December 6 2015, the chavismo regime decided to abandon the electoral path
Brazil's Temer job on the line: Electoral Court could force him out of office on campaign financing
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said Thursday that his choice to replace departing Vice President German Vargas Lleras is retired Gen. Oscar Naranjo
Manuel Rosales, former governor of Zulia state, and five activists freed amid Vatican-mediated political dialogue.
No growth, no votes: An end to a reformist president’s long honeymoon
Latin America has tried to consolidate its democracy under the principles of the liberal democracies of Europe and the United States run by freedom, equality and general will since its independence from the Spanish metropolis. But undoubtedly politics work different now and in huge proportions.
Dozens of protesters demanding a military coup have forced their way into Brazil's lower chamber of Congress in the capital, Brasilia.
The voters of the world have had quite a year: They rejected Colombia’s peace deal; split Britain from the European Union; endorsed a Thai Constitution that curtails democracy; and, in Hungary, backed the government’s plan to restrict refugees
Mexicans are fed up with crime and corruption. So what needs to be done?
The term has transformed from its original sense but in the last decades populist leaders have risen all around the world.
The Post´s argument is that the transition from traditional to broker styles of clientelism in Colombia has weakened the capacity of Colombian political elites to deal with increasingly serious problems of social conflict and political violence.