Everything you need to know about Peru’s presidential elections.
The tentative, but historic, peace deal between the government and the FARC may not be popular. But it still might work.
The restoration of diplomatic ties between the US and Cuba could bring about a broad new era for US trade, diplomacy, and strategic interests across the hemisphere.
The pendulum of Latin American politics is swinging rightward once again. Yet as the “pink tide” recedes, the forces of change have more to do with socioeconomics than ideology. Dramatic economic and political crises have coincided in countries like Brazil and Venezuela. Still, the final result for Latin America may be the emergence of centrist, pragmatic modes of governance, and with them, opportunities for the U.S. to improve relations. The new administration must look beyond the neoliberal model of the 1990s, and develop an approach to relations fit for the 21st century.
Will President-elect Trump shatter America’s most important bilateral relationship?
While the overall landscape for reproductive rights showed little change in 2014, there is evidence of glacier-like movement toward easing restrictions on abortion.
North America the economic powerhouse has reigned supreme for nearly a century, becoming the largest and strongest in the world, an industrial dynamo, a commodities cornucopia and a magnet for millions upon millions of immigrants seeking a better life.
Fidel Castro was Latin America’s most prominent 20th century leader. What is unclear is how he will be remembered—for governing Cuba with a progressive agenda or for keeping the island isolated and underdeveloped.
América Latina busca un equilibrio entre los beneficios que obtiene de sus asociaciones con Asia y sus alianzas más antiguas.
Michel Temer is a deal-maker who took advantage of Dilma Rousseff’s downfall. What kind of leader will he be?
What is the best way to deal with drugs? Criminalizing drug users or treating them as patients?
Like John Paul II, Pope Francis knows that whatever he wants to accomplish in Cuba demands patience and perseverance.
In the current international environment, any situation regarding migration turns into a diplomatic issue over border control.
CAF-Development Bank of Latin America President Enrique Garcia discusses the role of multilateral banks in supporting development.
Latin America faces some of the toughest obstacles to halting energy emissions, but many countries in the region also have among the best opportunities to reach climate goals.