Artificial Intelligence

AI-Authored Laws: A Threat to Human Thought

The recent revelation that a Brazilian city enacted AI-written legislation sparks concern over the potential erosion of human intellect and authentic legislative progress.

Congress of Colombia

The High Cost of Colombia's Health Reform

Colombia's health reform, despite noble intentions, risks fiscal instability with a projected $234.7 million increase in costs, challenging conservative views on government spending and economic sustainability.

Man behind bars

The Urgent Need to Address Radicalization in Latin America

Recent arrests in Spain highlight a concerning trend of radicalization among Latin Americans. It's time to focus on this growing issue and seek practical solutions.

Carlos Orense

Venezuela's Deep Drug Crime Ties, A Brewing Crisis that Demands Attention

Amidst the political turbulence and global concerns surrounding Venezuela, one issue remains vastly underreported and underestimated: the deep-seated involvement of the state-owned oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), in drug trafficking activities. 


The Case for Dollarization: Learning from Global Experiences

In the complex world of economic policy, few debates are as polarizing as the choice of a national currency. It's a decision that can shape the destiny of a nation, impacting everything from inflation rates to economic stability and the daily lives of its citizens. 

Álvaro Uribe and Gustavo Petro

Conservative Health Care Policies are a Sustainable Path Forward in Colombia

The ongoing debate over health care reform in Colombia, as seen in the recent meeting between President Gustavo Petro and former President Álvaro Uribe, highlights a broader ideological divide. While both sides have their arguments, history suggests that conservative healthcare policies tend to be more sustainable in the long run.

Microbial cells

Conservative Approaches to Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)

Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) has emerged as a global health crisis, demanding united efforts and heightened awareness. While this issue transcends political boundaries, conservative principles offer unique perspectives and strategies to combat the looming threat effectively.


Javier Milei

Javier Milei's Economic Challenges and the Potential Benefits of His Views

Argentina's decision to elect right-wing libertarian Javier Milei as its new president is a bold and unconventional move.

Clara BrugadaM

Mexico's Gender Mandate Challenge: Moving Beyond Parity for Effective Governance

While gender mandates have propelled more women into political roles in Mexico, the recent case of Mexico City mayoral candidate Clara Brugada raises questions about the balance between gender equality and effective governance.


Balancing Conservation and Indigenous Rights: A Conservative Perspective

Excluding indigenous communities from biodiversity and climate plans risks failure, necessitating a balanced approach that respects conservation goals and native rights.

Roger Waters

Curtailing Free Expression: A Case of Overreaching Political Correctness

Roger Waters faces hotel cancellations in Uruguay and Argentina, highlighting a concerning trend of stifling free speech under the guise of political correctness.

Jesus Ociel Baena

Rethinking Rushed Judgments in Mexico's Ociel Baena's Tragic Death

In the wake of Ociel Baena's death, rights groups hastily attributed it to their gender identity, overlooking evidence suggesting a personal tragedy, not a hate crime.

Man with a calculator

Argentina's Inflation Crisis: Time for Conservative Economic Policies

With Argentina's inflation soaring to 185%, it's crucial to shift towards more conservative economic policies to stabilize the economy and curb rampant price increases.

Attacks in Gaza Strip

Ensuring Safety of Latin Americans in Middle East Conflicts: A Crucial Task

The recent repatriation of Brazilians from Gaza underscores the urgent need to resolve the plight of Latin Americans caught in the Gaza Strip conflict.

Luis Manuel Diaz

Urgent Peace: Colombia's Kidnapping Epidemic Requires Immediate Action

The kidnapping of Luis Díaz's father by the ELN guerrilla group in Colombia spotlights the critical need for expedited peace and security measures.

Enrique Dussel

Enrique Dussel, a Champion of Decolonial Thought and Liberation Philosophy

The philosophical world mourns the loss of Enrique Dussel, a critical thinker whose advocacy for a decolonial turn and Liberation Philosophy reshaped Latin American thought. Dussel (1934-2023) died in Mexico City on Sunday at 89.


Decoding the Falklands' Issue: Sovereignty and Autonomy

Argentina's government yesterday announced the implementation of a law that establishes mandatory training for State officials in matters related to the claim of sovereignty over the Malvinas Islands, the axis of a historic dispute with the United Kingdom.

Americas Partnership for Economic Prosperity (APEP) Leaders' Summit

Forging Much-Needed Unity for Prosperity at the APEP Summit

In the shadow of global tumult and the race for economic supremacy, the Americas Partnership for Economic Prosperity (APEP) Leaders' Summit, helmed by President Biden, marks a pivotal moment for reimagining Western Hemisphere alliances. As leaders pledge to bolster supply chains and expand regional trade, the summit could herald a new era of economic integration, challenging the status quo and setting a course toward shared growth and sustainability.

Cuba's flag

It's Time to End the Ineffective and Inhumane U.S. Embargo on Cuba

As the United Nations General Assembly casts an overwhelming vote against the U.S. embargo on Cuba, it's time to scrutinize this long-standing policy. This anachronistic embargo serves as a stark reminder of a bygone era, failing to promote democracy and only exacerbating the suffering of the Cuban people.

Vegetables in a basket

Embracing Change: A Sustainable Revolution in Our Food System

The recent report from the Global Alliance for the Future of Food underscores a stark reality: our food production, transportation, and storage are significant contributors to greenhouse gas emissions. This alarming fact calls for an urgent and radical transformation in how we approach our food systems.