France Marquez

Despite the additions of Saade and Perez, Francia Márquez remains in the Pacto Histórico

Francia Márquez, Colombian presidential candidate for the Pacto Histórico movement, spoke with LatinAmerican Post about the entry of Luis Pérez and Alfredo Saade into its ranks

Nayib Bukele and a bitcoin coin

Nayib Bukele's Bitcoin City: Is Cryptocurrency Financed City Feasible in El Salvador?

The Salvadoran president presented the project of the first city financed with cryptocurrencies in the world with the aim of strengthening his commitment to Bitcoin and transforming El Salvador

Xiomara Castro de Zelaya

Election Results In Honduras Show A Shift To The Left In Central America

The opponent Xiomara is emerging as the winner in the elections and the left returns to power after the results in the elections in Honduras

Luis Inacio Lula da Silva

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 problem

Iván Duque and Guillermo Lasso

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 Colombia shows the approach that these two nations will have. Will the Duque and Lasso alliance be able to defeat drug trafficking?

José Antonio Kast and Gabriel Boric

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 in a second-round

Nicolás Maduro, President of Venezuela

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

Voting center in Venezuela

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 Chavismo

Posters in Cuban protests

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 peaceful demonstrations of November 15, but the unrest has not gone away

Nayib Bukele, President of El Salvador

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 the Central American country

Alberto Fernández, President of Argentina

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

Iván Duque and the Prime Minister of Israel, Naftali Bennet

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 the Middle East strengthened ties of military cooperation

Daniel Ortega, President of Nicaragua

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