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Mexican President Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador, U.S. President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met last week in Washington. // Photo: Mexican Government.

Did North America’s Three Amigos Make Significant Progress?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on the Three Amigos Summit between the United States, Mexico and Canada.

Arturo Sarukhán, Michael C. Camuñez, Roberta Lajous, Carlo Dade, Amanda Mattingly

Latin America Advisor ˙

Venezuela’s opposition must reflect on its strategy following its heavy losses in the country’s Nov. 21 regional and local elections, opposition leader Juan Guaidó said last week. // File Photo: Facebook Page of Juan Guaidó.

What Will Result From Venezuela’s Local Elections?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on the results of recent Venezuela’s local elections.

Michael Shifter, Vanessa Neumann, Julia Buxton, David Smilde

Latin America Advisor ˙

Analysts are expecting Latin America’s regional economy to grow about 6 percent this year. // File Photo: QuoteInspector.com.

How Much Will Latin America’s Economies Grow in 2022?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on the 2022 economic outlook for Latin America and the Caribbean.

Alicia Bárcena, Claudio Loser, Alfredo Coutiño, Alberto M. Ramos

Latin America Advisor ˙

The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a restructuring of health services in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to a report by ECLAC and PAHO. The San Juan de Dios hospital in Santiago is pictured. // File Photo: Carlos Figueroa via Creative Commons.

How Has Covid-19 Forced Health Care to Restructure?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on how Covid-19 has affected the structure of health care in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Katherine E. Bliss, Jarbas Barbosa, Antonio Vergara, Ricardo Izurieta

Latin America Advisor ˙

U.S. officials are expected to soon detail what companies must tell investors about their carbon footprint. // Image: geralt via Pixabay.com.

Will Latin American Companies Agree on Reporting ESG Data?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on ESG data reporting in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Devry Boughner Vorwerk, Andrea Bonime-Blanc, Pablo David Necoechea Porras, Silvia M. Garrigo

Latin America Advisor ˙

Venezuela’s Juan Guaidó was tapped for another year as the country’s internationally recognized interim president, but with diminished power. // File Photo: Facebook Page of Juan Guaidó.

What Will Curtailed Power Mean for Venezuela’s Guaidó?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on the extension of Juan Guaidó’s mandate as Venezuela’s interim president.

Vanessa Neumann, Patrick Duddy, Steve Ellner, Gabriel Hetland, Diego Arria

Latin America Advisor ˙

Local opposition to mining projects forced the suspension of several projects last year in Peru. A protest near the Antapaccay copper mine in Espinar province is pictured. // File Photo: Peruvian Government.

Will Protests Keep Roiling Peru’s Mining Industry?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on protests affecting Peru’s copper mining industry.

Luis Miguel Castilla, Pedro Francke, Mercedes Aráoz, Augusto Cauti

Latin America Advisor ˙

Even though Argentina and the International Monetary Fund have been discussing a debt restructuring for a year and a half, there is still no agreement, Finance Minister Martín Guzmán said recently. // File Photo: Argentine Government.

Will Argentina Be Able to Reach a Deal With the IMF?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on Argentina’s debt restructuring efforts with the IMF.

Claudio Loser, Kezia McKeague, Alberto Ramos, Alberto Bernal

Latin America Advisor ˙

Xiomara Castro is to take office today as Honduras’ first female president. Competing factions in her ruling Libre party have sought to install rival leaders of Congress. // File Photo: XiomaraCastroZ via Twitter.

Will Castro Be Able to Tame Honduras’ Strained Politics?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on the outlook of Xiomara Castro’s presidency in Honduras.

Emily Mendrala, Juan Carlos Sikaffy, Christine Wade, Hugo Llorens, Lucas Perelló

Latin America Advisor ˙

The next Summit of the Americas will be held in Los Angeles in June. The opening session of Qthe last summit, in Peru in 2018, is pictured. // File Photo: Peruvian Government.

What Would Make the Summit of the Americas a Success?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on what can be expected from the June 2022 Summit of the Americas.

Eric Garcetti, Peter Hakim, Roberta Lajous, Peter DeShazo, Rubens Barbosa

Latin America Advisor ˙

Russia’s deputy foreign minister, Sergei Ryabkov, last month refused to rule out the possibility of the country sending military actors to Latin America. Members of Russia’s military are pictured. // File Photo: Russian Armed Forces.

What Are Russia’s Military Intentions in Latin America?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on Russian interests and influence in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Vicki Huddleston, Alexander Belezeko, Fabiana Perera, Douglas Farah

Latin America Advisor ˙

U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm met with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Jan. 20 in Mexico City to discuss Mexico’s oil-centric energy reforms. // Photo: @SecGranholm via Twitter.

What Would AMLO’s Power Sector Plan Mean for Mexico?

A Latin America Energy Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on Mexican President López Obrador’s power sector plan.

Gerónimo Gutiérrez Fernández, Amy Glover Drake, Earl Anthony Wayne, Pamela Starr, Larry B. Pascal, Nicolas Lloreda

Energy Advisor ˙

Peruvian President Pedro Castillo (L), who has been in office just over six months, on Tuesday swore in his fourth prime minister, Aníbal Torres (R). Castillo also named new cabinet ministers. // Photo: Peruvian Government.

What Is Behind the Upheaval in Peru’s Government?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on Peruvian President Pedro Castillo’s changing cabinet.

Cynthia McClintock, Augusto Álvarez-Rodrich, Mercedes Aráoz, Katya Rimkunas

Latin America Advisor ˙

Former Costa Rican President José María Figueres, pictured voting on Sunday, was the top vote-getter in the first round of the country’s presidential election on Sunday. He faces former Finance Minister Rodrigo Chaves in the runoff. // Photo: Figueres Campaign.

Who Has the Edge Ahead of Costa Rica’s Runoff Vote?

A Latin America Advisor Q&A featuring experts’ viewpoints on the first round of the Costa Rican presidential elections.

Francisco Chacón-González, Bruce M. Wilson, James Bosworth, Pablo Duncan-Linch, Carlos Denton

Latin America Advisor ˙