Migrant Caravan in 2021

Could The Migratory Policies Of Central America and Mexico Reduce The Number Of Illegal Migrants?

Through various migration policies and projects, Mexico leads the plan to reduce illegal migration in one of the most mobile regions in the world

peter castle

The Reasons of the Low Popularity of Pedro Castillo

Practically ten months after taking office as president, the rural professor has been constantly criticized and has failed to consolidate himself in the presidential chair. Why the low popularity of Pedro Castillo?

Colombian banknotes on a surface

Subsidies: This Is What The Colombian Presidential Candidates Think

LatinAmerican Post compiled the most important ideas in terms of subsidies in Colombia offered by the 4 candidates with the best chance of reaching the House of Nariño.

Hands tied with handcuffs in a jail

The Prison Crisis in Ecuador May Be a Harbinger of the One in El Salvador

More than 40 deaths in prison riots in Ecuador may be a harbinger of the implementation of Nayib Bukele's prison policy. The causes of the prison crisis in Ecuador are being repeated by El Salvador

Rodríguez Orejuela brothers and alias 'Don Mario'

Colombia Continues To Extradite Capos But Cocaine Production Increases

Alias Otoniel, the most wanted man in Colombia, was extradited to the United States. There is a new capo in North American prisons, but cocaine production continues unabated.

Gustavo Petro

The Threats to Gustavo Petro Must Be Taken Seriously

The recent threats to Gustavo Petro, a leftist candidate for the elections in Colombia, resurrect a specter of politics in the coffee country.

Vladimir Putin

Vladimir Putin: Friend Of The Left in Latin America and The Extreme Right in Europe

Russian President Vladimir Putin has an extensive list of allies that span the political spectrum.

Captured belonging to the 'Maras Salvatrucha' gang in El Salvador

Maras in El Salvador: Who is Nayib Bukele Facing?

Here we analyze who are the Maras of El Salvador that Nayib Bukele is facing

Alvaro Uribe and Rigoberto Uran

Latin America in Short: Álvaro Uribe On Trial | Rigoberto Urán Falls

This week, against the recommendations of the Prosecutor's Office, Judge Carmen Ortíz of Bogotá gave the go-ahead to bring former President Álvaro Uribe to trial for bribery of witnesses. In sports, Rigoberto Urán withdraws from the Tour de Romandía. This and more summarized here

Woman holds a sign that says 'Enough Femicide'

Femicides: Latin America on Red Alert

Latin America is experiencing a worrying wave of sexist violence. Femicides are on the rise and the neglect of justice offers no hope

Colombians during the National Strike protests

One Year After the National Strike in Colombia: How Does This Situation Affect the Politics of 2022?

On April 28, 2021, one of the most extensive and violent demonstrations in the recent history of the Andean country began. In addition to the social and economic crisis that it triggered, the situation also marked a route plan for this year's presidential elections. We analyze how the National Strike has affected the presidential elections in Colombia


Nicholas Maduro

Is Maduro Becoming Popular Again?

The Venezuelan president, Nicolás Maduro, is shedding his bad image

Gustavo Petro and Federico Gutierrez

Colombia: What Is The Petro Clause?

With the appearance of the 'Petro clause' and the 'Fico clause', Colombians have shown some fear that one of the two candidates will reach the House of Nariño. What do employers think of this situation?

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, President of the United Mexican States, during his morning conference

AMLO's Victory in the Referendum Does not Seem to Serve him

Despite the fact that the Mexican president achieved overwhelming support in a recall referendum with little participation, AMLO fails to approve one of his greatest political interests