Monthly Archives: September 2013

South America’s Obama

Samuel George on Salvador Allende and the 40th anniversary of the other 9/11

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Thoughts on Two September 11s

Theodore Kahn on September 11, 1973 and September 11, 2001 — and what they have in common.

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Brazil 2014: An Election Primer

Brazilian Specialist Robert Corrigan on how protests in Brazil have shaken the 2014  presidential elections

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This Week in Latin America

What’s Good in the Hood

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Riding Shotgun

What Guatemala can teach Colombia about the long road to peace By Natalia Lozano

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Pimp My Rainforest

Financial Advisor, Political Analyst and Jolly Globetrotter Alex Rosen on Rafael Correa’s “plan” to save the rainforest

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TPP and the Pacific Alliance: Two Visions of Asia-Latin America Trade

Theodore Kahn on two Asia-Latin America trade deals, and two visions of Asia-Latin American trade

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This Week in Latin America

What’s Good in the Hood

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