Monthly Archives: May 2013

Obama in the Americas: Change, or More of the Same?

Mexican writer Hugo Cervantes weighs in on Barack Obama’s visit to the Americas Advertisements

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Gay Rights in Latin America: Francis Called It

James Stranko, Advisor to the Clinton Global Initiative and author of Avenida America on LBGT Rights in the Americas

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Latin America News Flash

Guilty in Guatemala A round up of the week’s best LATAM journalism & commentary 5.12.2013 – 5.19.2013 Continue reading →

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UnBoliviable: Evo Gives USAID the Boot

Financial Advisor, Political Analyst and Jolly Globetrotter Alex Rosen on Evo Morales’ Bolivia

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The Canal Conspiracy

An Editorial from Natalia Lozano, a Colombian International Relations Specialist

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Latin America News Flash

SPRING BREAK? OBAMA VISITS MEXICO, COSTA RICA A round up of the best LATAM journalism & commentary 5.5.2013 – 5.12.2013

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The Sick Man of the Amazon – The Debate Over Brazil

The Brazilian economy, not so long ago the darling of emerging market enthusiasts, grew less than one percent last year. There are plenty of stories out there as to why; none of them is convincing.

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