Thursday, 13 May 2021
Thursday, 13 May 2021
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Will the subway accident impact the next Mexican elections?
In election year, the tragedy has transformed the landscape for the Mexican left
What is happening in Colombia?
Colombia is already celebrating a little over a week of continuous protests, the result of general and social discontent on the part of different sect...
What did Latin American presidents study?
From rulers without studies to some with master's degrees, this is what the Latin American leaders studied
Week of tragedies in Colombia and Mexico
These are the most relevant political and economic news in Latin America and the world
3 keys to understanding the infamy of Nayib Bukele
The president of El Salvador is one of the most popular leaders in the world, but also one of the most criticized by the international community
This is how the creation of vaccines against COVID-19 in Latin America progresses
Countries such as Cuba, Mexico and Argentina are in search of the creation and approval of their own vaccines against COVID-19
Will Female Candidates Have a Choice for Colombia's 2022 elections?
Francia Márquez and Ángela María Robledo appear as disruptive presidential candidates for 2022.
Why are Colombians on strike on April 28?
Several social movements in Colombia support the national strike scheduled for next Wednesday
The trend that could favor Keiko Fujimori
Recent elections in Latin America give some hope to the candidate of Fuerza Popular
Vaccination in Latin America, George Floyd's trial and more news
Here's the most relevant political and economic news this week in Latin America
How viable is AMLO's proposal to plant trees to curb the migration crisis?
The Andrés Manuel López Obrador government's proposal seeks to stop migration and climate change. What does all this imply?
What will Díaz-Canel's Cuba be like?
Raúl Castro announced his retirement as Secretary-General of the communist party
Biggest winners and losers after the Peruvian elections
The second round will face Professor Pedro Castillo and the daughter of former dictator Alberto Fujimori, Keiko
The reasons why Guillermo Lasso won the presidential elections in Ecuador
Since 2005, a right-wing candidate has not won in the Andean country
Alexa Rochi: a photographer and ex-combatant of the FARC guerrilla
She decided to change her weapons for her camera because she wants Colombia to be a peaceful country after decades of war
Opinion: "Vaccivacation" in the United States
Several Latinos from high socioeconomic strata are traveling to the United States to get vaccinated earlier
Elections in Ecuador: Arauz and Lasso face off for the presidency
Andrés Arauz and Guillermo Lasso will compete in the second presidential round on Sunday, April 11. Here are their different visions of the cou...
What is at stake in the Peruvian elections?
Peru will elect its fourth president in less than a year amid the pandemic
5 Latin American politicians denounced for sexual harassment
In Latin American politics, leaders have been imprisoned for different kinds of crimes, except for crimes of a sexual nature. Here are 5 cas...
What does it mean for Wall Street to buy debt from Latin American countries?
The economic crisis that arose as a result of COVID-19 seems to be the perfect scenario for financial entities seeking to buy Latin American debt
Biden's response to the migration of the southern border of the United States
The White House tries to have a much less confrontational and racist stance towards migrants, but this has increased asylum seekers on the southern bo...
The consequences of the denialist governments of the Covid-19
Brazil and the state of Florida (USA) go into crisis after an increase in COVID-19 cases
The Pandemic Highlights the Social Relevance of the Care Economy
The re-establishment of women's economic autonomy is one of the central axes of economic recovery for Latin America and the Caribbean.
Peru Elections 2021: What will happen in the first round?
Amid the health contingency of COVID-19 and an increasingly powerful political instability, Peru is preparing to go to the polls to vote
Jeanine Áñez, political revenge or justice?
The decision of a judge to order four months of preventive detention for the former Bolivian president has altered the political landscape of the Ande...
Jineth Bedoya: The woman who made Colombia withdraw from an IACHR hearing
Journalist Jineth Bedoya was kidnapped and raped by members of paramilitary groups inside a maximum security prison
All the Feels: 5 Thoughtful Ways to Announce the Birth of Your Child
You've probably seen the classic films where fathers pass out cigars to friends and family after the birth of their new son or daughter
How does Europe's ban on AstraZeneca affect Latin countries?
AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccines are in the eye of the hurricane after European countries decided to suspend their use
When social networks reveal "irregularities" in vaccination for Covid-19
In Ecuador, a couple from Tiktokers and in Colombia, an official from Bogotá, gave themselves away through publications on their social network...
How important is Lula's return to Brazilian politics?
The annulment of Lula's Lava Jato-related convictions puts him back on the main stage of Latin American politics
Is Cuba on the verge of a democratic spring?
The song "Patria y Vida" has provoked a libertarian climate in the Pearl of the Caribbean that cries out for the end of the communist regime...
Women take the streets of Latam and Lula returns to politics
These are the most important political news of the week in Latin America
The reality of Latin America one year after the declaration of a pandemic
The response to the pandemic has been uneven in the region in terms of infections, vaccination, and economic effects. We analyze the situation a year ...
The danger of Bukele's power
The parties allied to the popular president of El Salvador sweep the legislative elections and leave him with little opposition
How will the absence of opposition influence Nayib Bukele's politics?
The absolute majority will allow the Salvadoran president to fulfill his promises without obstacles, just three years from the end of his first fi...
Has Biden kept his promises to the latino community?
Here are five promises that Joe Biden has kept to the Latino community in his first month in office
Opinion: let's arm our cops (with cameras)
Providing "body cameras" to our police officers would reduce police abuse and improve the image of these institutions
El Salvador: Polls predict a comfortable victory for "Bukelismo"
President Nayib Bukele's party, New Ideas, is by far the top favorite despite the authoritarian climate in the country since last year
Tension between Europe and Venezuela and capture of "El Chapo's" wife
Find out about the most important political news of the week in Latin America and the World
Women lose prominence on the political map of Latam
There are currently no women as heads of state in any country in the region
What is COVID-19's impact on Black and Latino persons living with HIV?
NYU research team explores how individuals adapt and cope
Keys to the "VIP vaccination" scandal that shook Argentina
The resignation of the Minister of Health of Argentina, Ginés González García, hides the businesses of the friends of power
How do the most violent countries in Latin America regulate weapons?
With the new firearms regulation, Brazil runs the risk of following in the footsteps of Venezuela or Mexico, where homicides are part of daily life
4 facts to understand the electoral process in Ecuador
In Ecuador, they face the candidate who raises the Correismo, a candidate that represents the indigenous peoples and a banker very identified with the...
Economic woes, vaccination advances and other political news of the week
End the week informed with the main political and economic news from the entire region
New political crisis in Peru would give a new turn to the elections
Several Peruvian politicians, including former President Martín Vizcarra, reportedly were vaccinated irregularly
What is Colombia looking for by regulating about 1 million Venezuelans?
This week, President Iván Duque announced the creation of a statute that seeks to normalize the migratory situation of Venezuelans in the count...
Latin America and Its Female Share in Scientific Advances
Policies to support women and girls in knowledge and research are still lacking.
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