View of the city of Granada in Nicaragua

Foreign Direct Investment: Which Central American Countries Have Benefited the Most and Least?

Despite its giant bet on Bitcoin, El Salvador is the Central American country that attracts the fewest foreign investors

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador with Nicolas Maduro

Summit of the Americas: Consequences of AMLO's Boycott of Biden

The Mexican president is blunt in conditioning his assistance to the invitation of Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua, a fact that has generated uncertainty. What does AMLO's possible absence leave at the Summit of the Americas?

Rodolfo Hernandez

Rodolfo Hernández: Where Did The Fortune of The 'Colombian Donald Trump' Come From?

The self-recognized independent candidate for the Presidency of Colombia, Rodolfo Hernández, is also one of the richest men in that country. At LatinAmerican Post we tell his story and how he got his fortune.

Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Hernandez

Opinion: Presidential Elections Colombia: The accounts of Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Hernández

In the second round in Colombia, the picture is not as clear as many believe. This is the route that Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Hernández are now taking to win the presidential elections in Colombia

Person inserting a ballot into a ballot box wearing a face mask

The COVID-19 Pandemic: the Worst Enemy of a Government in Elections

The social and economic crisis that has generated (or increased) the COVID-19 pandemic claims a new electoral victim: the Colombia of Iván Duque

Ciro Gomes, Sofia Manzano and Pablo Marcal

Brazil Elections: Beyond Lula da Silva and Jair Bolsonaro

This year, the South American power elects its president. Who are the other candidates who will compete against Lula da Silva and Jair Bolsonaro?

Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Hernandez

Gallery: Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Hernández Go to the Second Round of the Elections in Colombia

Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Hernández go to the second round in the elections in Colombia

Alberto Fernandez, President of Argentina

How Is Alberto Fernández Left Without the Support of Kirchnerism?

The resignation of the Secretary of Internal Trade causes an uncomfortable position for Alberto Fernández, with a weak relation with Vice President Cristina Fernández, and with Kirchnerism in general

Sonia Guajajara, Cristina Villarreal Velásquez and Ana Cristina González Vélez

Time Highlights Different Leaderships: the 5 Most Influential Latinos of 2022

Time magazine chose 5 Latinos to be part of the list of the 100 most influential people of 2022. Here is our analysis of each of them

Gustavo Petro, Federico Gutierrez, Rodolfo Hernandez and Sergio Fajardo

Elections in Colombia: the main proposals of the candidates in foreign relations

In LatinAmerican Post we bring a recount of the proposals of the candidates to strengthen relations with the rest of the world in case of reaching the Presidency of the country

Nicolas Maduro

Maduro announces another economic war: De-dollarize Venezuela

Despite the fact that the dollar has brought stability to the day-to-day life of citizens, the Government of Nicolás Maduro tries to de-dollarize Venezuela

man counting bills

It's Not Just Your Pocket. Inflation in Latin America Worries the World

Factors such as the pandemic, the different social outbreaks that have developed in many countries in the area and the war in Ukraine are the causes that could explain the high inflation in Latin America

Senior couple with coins and a piggy bank

These Are the Pension Proposals Of the Colombian Presidential Candidates

LatinAmerican Post carried out an analysis of the government plans of the four most important candidates, to understand the changes they propose for the pension system in Colombia

Man leaning on prison bars

Opinion: The Rights Of Those Deprived Of Liberty Are Also Inalienable

The populist punitive measures of several politicians do not solve anything and turn the State into a violator of Human Rights. The rights of those deprived of liberty are protected by the international community.