Peru's Economy Continues to Slow

Peru's gross domestic product expanded by 1.84% in May from the same month last year, the government said on Tuesday, as the country's economic activity continues to slow.


  • Neo-Communitarianism

    The Post´s integral purpose and its Publisher´s  basis for thoughtful  action is the intercultural digital communication to and from the Latam communities in order to emerge as a primary machanism for social coordination.
  • Believers in U.S. decline will be disappointed

    But to believe that capitalism and its most visible face — the United States — are in an inexorable decline as Venezuela’s ruling party states and a surprising number of Venezuelans, Argentines, Bolivians and other Latin Americans still believe, flies in the face of reality. In fact, the opposite is true.

  • Latin America’s Talent for Tolerance

    Before every World Cup match in Brazil, the players lined up in front of a banner that read, “Say No to Racism.” The message was particularly directed toward the soccer stadiums of Europe, where there have been many instances of racial taunting and physical aggression by hostile fans against African and other black players.

Latam Media

Has Brazil's anti-inflation Real Plan worked?


Bolivia's President to Seek Third Term

Bolivia's left-leaning president, Evo Morales, has officially declared his candidacy for a third consecutive term and will run against four other candidates in October.

Why less coca does not equal less cocaine

The area sown with coca, the key ingredient in cocaine and crack, is at an all-time low.

Latin American, Caribbean unlikely to meet U.N. anti-poverty goals

The United Nations has set a 2015 deadline for countries to meet various anti-poverty goals but not all nations in Latin America and the Caribbean are expected to meet the deadline.

Shaping a School System, From the Ground Up

In the fall of 2011, an eclectic group of people from the San Francisco Bay Area began making regular trips to Lima, Peru. Among them were architects, mechanical engineers, ethnographers,.....

Southbound Travel

Brazil hopes World Cup will boost tourism

From pink dolphins to ecolodges, Brazil hopes the World Cup will boost tourism, but Amazon can handle visitors in small doses.

A World cup food & drink crawl in SÃO PAULO

Every four years, the World Cup erupts to the joy of millions around the world, some of whom converge on the host country to join the month-long festivities. Although only a fraction of fans manage.....

Tourism impacts tradition of Amazonian Indians

During the last years researchers have discovered an important impact of tourism on traditional Amazonian Indian practices such as agriculture and hunting.

Finding farms, and solitude, in Mexico City

When I first told friends I'd be visiting Mexico City – an urban centre of more than 20 million people – many warned me about the heavy traffic, the endless smog and the notorious crime.


6 Fitness Trainer Habits You Can Follow Too

As a group fitness instructor and health coach, I am often asked the same questions: What do you do to stay fit? What do you eat? How often do you.....

3 Productivity Hacks You Should Be Using At Work (And 2 You Shouldn't)

Ahhh, the sweet benefits of a long weekend. You get to relax, you get to socialize, you get to go outdoors ... and then, you get to come back on.....

9 Tips To Tame Work Stress

Stress can help you perform better and work harder both in the workplace and elsewhere. But sometimes too much of even "good" stress can be.....

The Culture of Obesity

I had no excuse for becoming fat at 25. Growing up in the countryside in South Devon, England, I was always fed delicious, local, unprocessed food,.....

Identity / Culture

Football in Latam - Jogo complicado

The history of the beautiful game in Latin America can be quite ugly:ethnic divisions within countries and bitter rivalries between them played out on the pitch. Political turmoil came to be.....

A Win for Latin America’s Middle Class

World Cup Displays a Region’s Old Passions and Its New Wealth

Inca Qhapaq Nan road system gets World Heritage status

The Qhapaq Nan roads go through six South American countries.

Unknown Pablo Neruda poems found

Chile's Pablo Neruda Foundation has found more than 20 previously unknown poems by the Nobel Prize winner.


Giant crocodile fossil discovered in northern Colombia

Scientists in northern Colombia have discovered the fossilized remains of a nearly 900-pound crocodile that roamed the earth 65 million years ago.






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