In Brazil, the possibility of pregnant women with Zika having access to abortion has not entered the public debate.
President Rousseff is arriving in Washington on Monday to meet the US president. Nothing particularly important will happen.
As global oil prices collapsed over the last two years, regional governments have started to lose their leverage in the energy industry. To attract international investors, they must offer increasingly favorable terms, which means ceding more of their own control.
One of the most complex challenges in political financing regulation is to ensure the effective application of controls.
American and Cuban leaders today are trying to bring a relationship once defined by antithetical ideologies into the 21st century.
Everyone recognized that the immigration system was a mess and needed to be fixed, but the politics were too polarized and complicated for any serious progress to be made.
Latin America, inter-American affairs, and the region’s global relations have changed dramatically since the end of the Cold War.
Peru’s growing urban middle class is one of the country’s greatest assets, but it also brings political and governance challenges.
Cuba and the US still have a long way to go as they continue to build their relationship.
US-Mexico relations are in a perilous downward spiral — one that threatens American jobs and security to an extent Trump may not even realize.
An upcoming meeting between Presidents Obama and Rousseff should not be expected to produce dramatic news or unexpected major breakthroughs.
“La industria automotriz en el país ha sido conservadora, teniendo en cuenta la responsabilidad de aproximar, facilitar y promover el uso de las nuevas tecnologías”
The validity and legitimacy of democracy in Latin America is now a hot topic, agitated by factors such as the coup in Honduras or populist who asserted in electoral majorities try to run freedoms.
Richard E. Feinberg offers a scrupulously researched and judicious analysis of the economic changes that have unfolded since 2008, when Raúl Castro replaced his brother Fidel as president and initiated a reform process.
Venezuela faces an economic and humanitarian disaster, and the situation is only getting worse