Something to Remember Next Time

A response to the editorial “Memory is not history published” by The Economist on September 13, 2014.  Argentina 172 Continue reading

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Brazilection 2014: A Momentum Shift

The momentum in the Brazilian election campaign has shifted back to the incumbent reports No Se Mancha’s Brazilian insider João Schlüter

First Marina flipped the script. More recently, she has flipped her stance on key issues

First Marina flipped the script. More recently, she has flipped her stance on key issues

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Guatemala suspends controversial ‘Monsanto Law’

By W. Alex Sanchez, Senior Research Fellow at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs (NOTE: This article previously appeared on Voxxi)

Guatamalans protest a law they believe hurts local farmers

Guatemalans protest a law they believe hurts local farmers

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Car Wars: Mexico and Brazil

Energy analyst and wannabe Chilango Jesse Rogers on the Brazilian and Mexican auto industries

More coche. Less caro.

More coche. Less caro.

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Inside Brazilian-German Economic Relations

A new study by economists from the Getulio Vargas Foundation and the Bertelsmann Foundation, including No Se Mancha’s Samuel George, reviews the potential of Brazil- German relations, and what it means for Mercosur and the EU

What could go wrong?

What could go wrong?

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Interview with Energy Expert John Padilla on Mexico’s Reforms

A few months ago I had a chance to catch up with John Padilla in Mexico City to talk about the Mexican energy reforms. 

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Electricity Consumption in Brazil: An October Surprise?

Energy analyst and wannabe Chilango Jesse Rogers on the risks to electricity shortfalls over the coming months in Brazil.

All dried up

All dried up

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