Monthly Archives: January 2014

Mexico’s Energy Reforms—We Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

Mexico has passed landmark energy reform – now comes the hard part

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Why Brazil’s Economy is in Trouble but Dilma is Not (yet)

Brazil’s economy has performed poorly under Dilma Rousseff but her chances for reelection are still bright as of now.

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Venezuela & Argentina: Two (Basket) Case Studies

International Economist Lisa Frumin on Argentina and Venezuela

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Chasing Dreams in El Dorado

Natalia Lozano on six Cubans seeking humanitarian refugee status in Colombia

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P.I.N. Ball Wizards

Financial Advisor, Political Analyst and Jolly Globetrotter Alex Rosen on Bolivia’s quest for nuclear power

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Gay and Catholic in Brazil

Filmmaker Marcos Moura on the documentary “Rio de Fé”, which he co-directed with acclaimed Brazilian director Carlos Diegues

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El Ruido de las Cosas al Caer

Thoughts on the Colombian author Juan Gabriel Vásquez’s book The Sound of Things Falling 

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