Venezuela: Maduro on the edge of the sword?

Why did the National Assembly approve continuing the judicial process against Nicolás Maduro for alleged links to Odebrecht?

Latin America: a truly friendly region?

In the ICJ, about one fifth of the border dispute cases are Latin American, which could make the region look like an enemy zone with friends' faces

"If I were president, we would have denounced Trump in the UN for violation of human rights"

In Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador is the great beneficiary of the North American president's speech

The echoes of corruption in Latin America

The fall of Kuczynski in Peru and the condemnation of Lula da Silva in Brazil demonstrate the extent and power of corruption in the region

What is Venezuela’s future after May 20?

According to Eugenio Martínez, after the probable victory of Maduro there will be an increase in migration and economic sanctions to the national executive

Colombia: is peace threatened by a former guerrilla leader?

With the capture of Jesus Santrich for drug trafficking, the agreements of Havana face their first test of fire

The fall of Lula: a symbol of the situation of the Latin American left?

Although he probably will not be able to participate as a candidate in the elections, Lula still has 34% of the voting intention in his favor, compared to the 17% of his closest opponent

Donald Trump sees Latin America with disinterest?

With the cancellation of the US president's trip to the Summit of the Americas and his subsequent stop in Bogota, Latin America appears to be treated with lack of interest by the nation

Which territories are still disputed in Latin America?

The recent case of Guyana and Venezuela is just one of the various territorial struggles that exist in the region

Brazil: Lula in jail and the country in trouble?

With the ruling of the Supreme Federal Court, the former Brazilian president will not be able to run in the next elections and thus Brazil enters a situation of high tension

Data availability in Latin America

Data has changed they way we live and the way we understand our past and future


The most violent cities in the world are in Latin America

10 cities with the highest rate of violence around the world are in Venezuela, Brazil, and México

Does PPK's exit affect the Summit of the Americas?

Democratic governance and corruption is the theme of the summit scheduled for April 13 and 14

Latin America: Two thirds of the continent failed the corruption index

According to Transparency International, Venezuela is the most corrupt country on the continent while Uruguay and Chile are the less fraudulent

Cuba: Who will be the successor of Raúl Castro?

After more than half a century, a Castro will not govern the Caribbean island

Politics in Colombia: between love and hate

Representatives of Colombian politics have experienced emotional extremes during public events

Odebrecht scandal: Kenji Fujimori left the Popular Force party

A month after his resignation from the bench, the youngest of the Fujimori announced his decision

Latin America: No women in power

After four women simultaneously occupied the highest government positions in the region, the situation seems to not take place this year

IACHR: Central figure of the Colombian post-conflict

Juan Manuel Santos announced that the commission will accompany the implementation of the peace agreement in the country

Can Peru forbid the assistance of Nicolás Maduro to the Summit of the Americas?

Peruvian Chancellor informed his Venezuelan counterpart that the president would not be welcome at the Summit. What does the Public International Law say about the decision?


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