What Latin America can learn from Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia is hardly a model country, but it has laid out a plan to end its dependence on oil, something that many Latin American countries, that depend on commodity exports for more than 80 percent of their export income, should learn from

Inter-American Commission's budget crisis

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR or Commission) announced that a budget crisis was forcing it to “suspend visits it had planned for this year, as well as its 159th and 160th sessions,”

Temer announces tough austerity measures

Brazil's interim president announced austerity measures aimed at pulling LatAm's largest economy from its worst crisis in decades, warning that a failure to act would sentence future generations to “extraordinary hardship.”