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Macri and rivals launch campaign ads for presidential election
The campaigns are targeting undecided voters who will be key to choosing whether Macri's policies remain in place another four years
Torres and Giammattei: the two options for Guatemala's presidency
These two conservative candidates will dispute at the polls for the second round amid general disillusionment over the inevitable continuation of the old policy
Will the europarliamentary's results affect Latin America?
Neither left nor right wing, these elections yielded diverse results. What turns out to be uncertain is whether this plurality will affect or benefit the region
Independentism and Nationalism: what it is at stake in the Spanish elections
Next Sunday, April 28, Spaniards will vote at the polls for the new president of the government
Panama seeks to avoid voting for corruption
The upcoming May 5 elections in Panama are conditional on recent corruption scandals
We spoke to Ángela Garzón, candidate for mayor of Bogotá
The LatinAmerican Post team had the opportunity to speak with the candidate from the party Centro Democrático about her proposals
Offside? 5 soccer players who could not get to politics
We have talked about those players who have dabbled in politics and hold important positions, but what about those who lose?
Elections in Israel: Benjamin Netanyahu goes for his fifth term
After a tight election, Netanyahu will continue in power after being ten years in it
Guatemala: 3 women who lead the presidential elections
Despite the different controversies that surround them and the more than 20 candidates for the presidency of Guatemala, 3 women lead the intention to vote
What happened in the legislative elections in Thailand?
The majority party in Thailand, Palang Pracharat Party, was the most voted organization in the elections, which were apparently manipulated by the military
Argentina: Macri is preparing for a second term
Despite the crisis that Argentina is suffering, Mauricio Macri is one of this year's possible presidential candidate
Elections in Panama: these are the presidential candidates
Next May 5, Panama will have general elections where not only the president will be elected but also mayors, deputies, councilors, among others
Double elections in Spain?
Spain's president decided to dissolve the parliament and call general elections. Spaniards will also vote in regional and European elections
This is the worrisome message that Bolsonaro leaves to democracy
The contempt for minorities and women, as well as the glorification of the military dictatorship promoted by Bolsonaro, is a call to reflection on democracy in Latin America
Brazil: ¿Will the extrem right party and the antidemocracy take over the country?
The continuation of the Brazilian ultra-right at the hands of Bolsonaro could aggravate and delay the democratic processes in our region
Nicaragua: The failure of the revolution?
It is difficult to combine economic stability together with profound social reforms and that is what the regimes have failed to understand
The overwhelming triumph of the left: Mexico opened the doors to a change
The 1st of July marks a milestone in the history of Mexico with the triumph of Andrés Manuel López Obrador, a victory that demonstrates that the Aztec people want a change
Was water really privatized in Mexico?
The supposed privatization of the water occurred on June 5 of this year, days before the soccer match between Mexico and Germany. However, how true is this?
How much does former Miss Universe Paulina Vega lose with the closure of her Twitter account?
Now you can only follow the luxurious life of the Colombian model on Instagram, where she does not seem truly affected
Germán Vargas Lleras: economic policy for his presidential campaign 2018-2022
The politician seems to have four pillars set in his race to the Casa de Nariño
Venezuela: the paradox of the Socialist victory
Why the victory of the PSUV can be one of the worst scenarios for Maduro’s political party?
Paraguay: natives seek political representation
According to the 2012 census, Paraguay has more than 112.000 natives
Understanding Uk's Latest election results
The Prime Minister Theresa May’s call for early elections backfired, as the Tories lost seats in the House of Commons and have caused a “hung parliament”
What to expect from Ecuador’s new president
As Correísmo hangs on, Moreano has made lots of promises, but will struggle to keep them
How can the French election change the world?
With Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron’s popularity, The Economist says this could be France’s next revolution.
The psychology of punishment and voting
Oxford neuroscientist Molly Crocket says this might lead to voting against self-interests.
Four things scientists can do to stay relevant
Obama’s former science advisor, John Holdren, says these things can help them remain relevant under a president who resists facts.
The left/right and new/old electoral divides in Chile
As President Michelle Bachelet enters her last year in office, presidential hopefuls in Chile are aligning along a left-right and a new-old divide to attract indifferent voters
Has the pink tide truly turned?, Ecuador might have the answer
The country faces its first election in a decade without Rafael Correa but although the favourite, Lenín Moreno, is from the same party they are different characters
Venezuela’s MUD must hold primaries Now!
It seems that leaders of the opposition have reached a consensus on pressing for the regional elections. That is progress. And completing the following steps should not be too complicated for them
Will Trump Double down on drug war capitalism with Plan Colombia
Saturday (February 4) marks the 16th anniversary of Plan Colombia, a multi-billion dollar U.S. counternarcotics and counterinsurgency military aid package given to Colombia under President Bill Clinto...
Fake news didn’t alter US election
A Stanford-NYU study found fake news had little real impact on voters and the outcome of the election.
Doomsday clock is 2:30 minutes to midnight
Nuclear weapons, climate change and Donald Trump’s election make the world closer to catastrophe.
What happens after the Women’s March?
The challenge is to channel the protest and achieve political change at local and national level.
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