Sunday, 28 November 2021
Sunday, 28 November 2021
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Opinion: Brazil's Left Could Not Reinvent Itself
The candidacy of Lula da Silva shows that the Brazilian left could not reinvent itself
How is Latin America in Gender Policies?
On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, we review how Latin America is doing in gender policies to eradicate this prob...
Duque and Lasso: Alliance Against Drug Trafficking
Ecuador is plunging into a deep crisis that has triggered outbreaks of violence in the country. A recent meeting between the leaders of Ecuador and Co...
What Must Kast And Boric Do To Win the Presidency In Chile?
The candidate of the Republican Party, José Antonio Kast, and the standard-bearer of Apruebo Dignidad Gabriel Boric, will meet on December 19 i...
Nicolás Maduro happy with the overwhelming victory of Chavismo
The regional elections in Venezuela give Maduro a boost after the victory of Chavismo in the vast majority of states
The Venezuelan Opposition Is At A New Electoral Crossroads
The opposition has decided to join the process, with the accompaniment of international observers, despite the questions, criticisms and abuses of Cha...
Government Discourages Protests In Cuba, But Not The Feeling Of Change
The protests in Cuba are more and more constant and the regime knows it. The Government of Díaz Canel sought, in any way, to prevent the peacef...
Why has Nayib Bukele's popularity declined in El Salvador?
The last seven months of the Salvadoran government have been marked by controversial decisions that have affected the popularity of Nayib Bukele in th...
What Is At Stake For Alberto Fernández In the Next Elections In Argentina?
The government of President Alberto Fernández faces problems in the next elections in Argentina
What Did Iván Duque Look For In The Middle East?
The Colombian president has just finished his most recent international tour. In addition to economic and commercial agreements, Iván Duque in ...
Daniel Ortega Has Become Increasingly Similar To Maduro
Daniel Ortega's future seems closer to that of Maduro. It seems that Nicaragua's international relations are in a serious crisis
José Antonio Kast, A Return To Pinochet?
Presidential elections will be held in Chile on November 21. The leader of the extreme right, José Antonio Kast, points in the polls despite hi...
Garavito: Will Colombia's Worst Serial Killer Get Out Of Prison?
Luis Alfredo Garavito was sentenced to 40 years in prison for the rape of 200 children and the murder of 186 minors between the 1980s and 1990s
Facebook Tries To Balance Elections In Nicaragua
The social network made a decision that represents a severe blow to the Daniel Ortega regime in the face of elections in Nicaragua where political per...
Germany And Latin America: A New Relationship In A New Government?
After almost 2 decades in power, Angela Merkel leaves the German Chancellery. Are we facing a new stage of relations between Germany and Latin America...
What Is At Stake In The Latin American Elections Remaining In 2021
This year elections were held in Ecuador, Peru, Mexico, Paraguay, Chile, and El Salvador, but there are still several important Latin American electio...
Colombia: Will Violence Increase After The Capture Of "Otoniel"?
The Colombian authorities announced the capture of Otoniel, as Dairo Antonio Úsuga is known, head of one of the most violent illegal armed grou...
Infographic: Latin American Countries With The Highest Debt
The region has found in international loans an excellent source of investment income. However, some Latin American countries with higher debt have end...
Higher Education in Latin America vs. US Education
Latin America hosts the leading research universities with scientists and scholars making a huge difference in the education system
Why Is Nicolás Maduro Afraid That Alex Saab Will Testify In the USA?
Colombian-Venezuelan businessman Alex Saab is already in the United States. and faces money laundering and conspiracy charges
Infographic: The Fortunes Of Latin American Presidents
Some of the region's heads of state are among the richest in the world. These are the fortunes of the Latin American Presidents
Warren Buffet's Son Is Now Colombian
Tycoon Howard Buffet also received the Grand Cross in the Order of Merit for his services and donations to Colombia. Thus, the son of Warren Buffet, o...
Euthanasia in Latin America: Will There Be a Domino Effect?
The case of Martha Sepúlveda showed that euthanasia in Latin America is still very incipient. What other countries in the world have appro...
A Latino Alt-Right? This Is How Vox Advances In Latin America
The Spanish ultra-nationalist party has been seeking for years to expand its political influence in the region. Are we close to seeing Vox in Lat...
Opinion: Pandora Papers Evidence The Inequality In Latam
Latin America is one of the regions with the most off-shore accounts evidenced by Pandora Papers. Instead of exiting the COVID-19 crisis with a tax in...
Pandora Papers in Colombia: The Impact They Will Have On The 2022 Elections
In the recent leak of the tax haven accounts of politicians and celebrities, former presidents Gaviria and Pastrana appear. How can Pandora Papers aff...
Without Uribe And With Internal Divisions: The Panorama Of Uribismo 2022
The Democratic Center seems not to have the same impact of 2018 when it was left with the Presidency of Colombia and with a large part of the Congress...
Gallery: Latino Influence In American Politics
In Hispanic pride month, these are the characters with the greatest Latino influence in American politics
Will A European Union Be Possible In Latin America?
The Dream Of Many Integrationists Was Once Again A Topic At the Last CELAC Summit. Why Is A European Union So Difficult In Latin America?
Interview With Paloma Valencia: "I Have A Woman's Agenda, But It's A Different Agenda Than Feminism"
Paloma Valencia, senator and presidential candidate of the Democratic Center party, recognizes sexism in politics and hopes to see a woman soon in the...
AMLO Helps Break The Diplomatic Siege Against Maduro
The attendance of the Venezuelan president was the surprise of the last CELAC Summit held in Mexico over the weekend
It's Not Only In Your Country: Insecurity In Latin America
Issues such as the coronavirus pandemic, social outbreaks, and political crises could explain the rise in insecurity or the perception of insecurity i...
What Revolutionary Guerillas Still Exist In Latin America?
After the Death Of Abimael Guzmán, Leader Of the Defunct Shining Path Guerrilla, We Decided To Review the Armed Groups That Still Exist In...
Is the end of Kirchnerism near?
Recent PASO elections in Argentina give the opposition a clear advantage for the November legislative elections
Opinion: Bukele's Deja vu: Bukelismo Increasingly Resembles Chavismo
The Government of the Salvadoran president seems to be the repetition of how Hugo Chávez arrived and captured power in Venezuela
Is Brazil on the Edge of a Military Coup?
Today, September 7, the independence day of Brazil, one of the largest marches will be held in support of Jair Bolsonaro
Women in Colombia's Presidential Race
Only 6 women are part of the list of the 30 candidates for the presidential elections of Colombia in 2022. Learn about their profiles and how they are...
El Mozote, the 1981 Massacre That Today Splashes Bukele
Bukelism orders the dismissal of a third of the judges in El Salvador, including the judge in the El Mozote case
Opinion: Colombia Should Welcome Afghan Refugees With Open Arms
The Arrival Of Haitians, Venezuelans And Afghans Poses A Huge Migration Challenge For Colombia
"Colombia looks at this electoral moment with absolute hopelessness": indigenous leader
Latin American Post spoke with Albenis Tique, Colombian indigenous leader and member of the ethnic commission for peace
Why Did Nicolás Maduro Change Seven of His Ministers in the Last Week?
The reason that led the President of Venezuela to make such a radical change in his ministerial cabinet is still unknown, especially with the departur...
ABC of the Primary Elections in Argentina
We tell you everything you need to know about the next legislative elections in Argentina, which will set the trend for the presidential elections
National Strike and Pandemic: the Two 'Achilles Heels' Of Iván Duque
Recently, A Survey In Colombia Revealed That Almost 70% Of the Population Has An Unfavorable Opinion Towards Its President, Iván Duqu...
Latin America in Short: Peru Without Foreign Minister And The Region Affected By Climate Change
The fighting continues in Kabul, UN reports show how the climate crisis affects the region and Peru has no foreign minister. Find out about the most r...
What Mistakes Cannot be Repeated in Haiti?
On an island so affected by natural disasters, it is time to acknowledge the things that have not worked in the past and not repeat them again
Peru's Departure from Lima Group
The Lima Group loses credibility due to the departure of the founding nations and the lack of results
Interview: What is happening with the migration crisis in Antioquia?
Deputy Camilo Calle Explains Why the Colombian Department Is Having A Serious Immigration Crisis
Latin America in Short: Zambrano Brings a Silver Medal and Messi Will Not Continue at Barca
An important week for Latin American sports is coming to an end. Furthermore, vaccination policies in the world and in Latin America continue to chang...
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