• Leer porque sí

    No he podido olvidar aquella vez cuando una amiga aterrada me contó que un día su mamá la vio leyendo un libro cómodamente en el sofá de su casa y le preguntó sorprendida: “¿Y eso? ¿Por qué estás leyendo?, ¿no se supone pues que ya estás en vacaciones?”.

  • Latinos will save America from Trump

    A whopping 87 percent of Hispanics have an unfavorable opinion of Trump, who hopes that a record turnout of angry white voters will make up for his shortage of Latino supporters. But his math won’t work, because Latinos will vote in record numbers, fearing a Trump presidency

  • Latinos en Europa: ¿integración?

    Latinos en Europa: ¿integración?

     ¡Pocos están ya tan mezclados con los locales como los latinoamericanos!

  • Latinoamerica unida por el fútbol

    La desafortunada tragedia que tocó a América Latina le hizo sentir que era una sola, de sentir lo mismo en torno al fútbol y a la cultura.

  • Latinoamérica podría apoyar a México contra Trump

    Hasta ahora, América Latina ha permanecido bastante silenciosa en cuanto a la confrontación del presidente Trump con México, pero eso podría cambiar muy pronto.

  • Latin American presidents love Twitter – and that’s Not good

    Latin American presidents are inventing new ways to exercise leadership – namely, via social media. By 2014, the region had the world’s highest use of social media use by politicians.

  • Latin American populist leaders love to play the victim

    How many leaders have accepted their blame? A few, yes. But when the absence of self-criticism comes from the left, socialism and communism, which self-proclaim as defenders of the poor, corruption hurts three times as much.

  • Latin America’s new era

    Opposition win in Bolivia’s Feb. 21 referendum was a new sign of the demise of leftist populism in the region; populist leaders have lost elections in Argentina, Venezuela, and Bolivia, and are in trouble in Ecuador and Brazil

  • Latin America: A desert of new ideas

    Latin America, the birthplace of some of the most influential ideas of the past century, is now lagging behind.

  • Latin America, do lousy in student math tests

    International PISA tests  show that 63 percent of Latin American students lack basic skills in math, and in some countries that figure is as high as 91 percent.

  • Latin America may side with Mexico against Trump

    Latin America has remained fairly quiet during President Trump's confrontation with Mexico so far, but that could change very soon.

  • Latam’s right turn will trigger social conflicts

    The recent turn to the right in Latin American politics will trigger serious social conflicts and marginalize large sectors of the population

  • Latam's aspirational new generation's demands

    Rising numbers of university students could help to ease the cycle of inequality and violence in the region but they need quality jobs, says Rebeca Grynspan, general secretary of the Ibero-American General Secretariat

  • Latam's anticorruption feeling: Stop stealing

    Corruption has long been endemic in Latin America. Voters have tolerated politicians who “steal but get things done” (an epithet first applied to a populist governor of São Paulo in the 1940s)

  • Latam countries struggling with corruption can learn from Guatemala and Brazil

    Over the past several years, both Brazil and Guatemala have been rocked by revelations of widespread corruption at the highest levels of government.

  • Latam between the eagle and the dragon

    Is China striving for political influence in Latin America or just trading? The answer is essential to deciphering the intentions behind the historic expansion of the Middle Kingdom’s economic relations with Latin America

  • Las dos Venezuelas

    El discurso oficial del gobierno venezolano afirma que no hay crisis sino conspiración, que no hay escasez, que no hay hambre.

  • Las derrotas de la izquierda en Suramérica

    Aparte de los fracasos económicos y de los agujeros negros en la transparencia está el cansancio ciudadano con la prolongación de los mandatos.

  • La sociedad Latinoamericana entre la televisión y el narcotráfico

    El siglo XXI le abrió la puerta a un sinfín de ideas y la tecnología les dio alas para llegar a una cantidad inimaginable de personas. ¿Dónde se encuentra Latinoamérica con la unión de ambas?

  • La oposición en Venezuela, sin amigos

    Los venezolanos, con la esperanza de revocar el mandato del presidente Nicolas Maduro, están pidiendo ayuda internacional a través de la Organización de los Estados Americanos. Pero incluso conseguir que comiencen las conversaciones en la OEA es difícil sin la ayuda del gobierno Obama.

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