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Monthly Archives: August 2014
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.
Posted in Mexico + Central America Tagged energy reform, john padilla, Mexico Leave a comment
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.
Posted in Brazil Tagged Brazil Election 2014, Dilma Rouseff, energy 2 Comments
Brazilection 2014: It’s TV time!
NoSeMancha’s Brazilian election analyst João Schlüter looks back on the first week of TV spots in the presidential campaign.
Posted in Brazil, Uncategorized Tagged Aécio Neves, Brazil Election 2014, Brazil politics, Brazilection, Dilma Rousseff, Eduardo Campos, Marina Silva, TV 1 Comment
Brazilection 2014: A first glimpse at a new race
In a first poll after the death of Presidential candidate Eduardo Campos his likely replacement Marina Silva is shaking up the field reports NoSeMancha’s Brazilian election analyst João Schlüter.
Posted in Brazil, Uncategorized Tagged Aécio Neves, Brazil Election 2014, Dilma Rousseff, Eduardo Campos, Marina Silva 3 Comments
Brazilection 2014: A tragic game changer
NoSeMancha’s Brazilian election analyst João Schlüter on the consequences of the death of presidential candidate Eduardo Campos who was killed in an airplane crash on August 13.
Posted in Brazil, Uncategorized Tagged Aécio Neves, Brazil, Brazil 2014 elections, Dilma Rousseff, Eduardo Campos, Marina Silva Leave a comment
Security–Mexico’s Missing Reform
Theodore Kahn explains why public security holds the key to Peña Nieto’s reform agenda.
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged decentralization, energy reform, Enrique Peña Nieto, Mexico, Michoacan, security policy, War on Drugs 1 Comment
Venezuela: Can the revolution survive with a little help from its friends?
Venezuelan contributor Francisco Rodríguez on the Bolivarian Republic’s increasing dependency on China
Posted in Andean Region, Caribbean, Uncategorized Tagged China, Debt, Latin America, loans, Maduro, shortage, Venezuela, Venezuela-China, Xi Leave a comment
China and Japan in Latin America: What Competition?
Theodore Kahn on why China and Japan are not really competing in Latin America—yet.
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Asian FDI, China, FDI, Japan, Latin America, Shinto Abe, Xi Jinping Leave a comment
Shelter From the Storm: Latin America Seeks Climate Change Innovation
James McBride on Latin America’s attempts to unite the public and private sectors in pursuit of climate solutions
GrieFault: What it Means for Argentina
On the economic, political and legal ramifications
Posted in Southern Cone Tagged Argentina, Axel Kicillof, Default, griefault, holdout, thomas griesa 1 Comment