Monthly Archives: December 2014

Latin America in 2014: Year in Review

A look back at Latin America in 2014 via the top posts from No Se Mancha

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10 Songs That Have Me Excited for Jamaica

Samuel George  on that thump coming from his head phones 

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Will 2015 be Tough Sailing for the Mexican Economy?

Social unrest, the timing of oil liberalization, and a highly divisive pre-electoral environment could put a damper on Mexico’s economy in 2015 writes Daniel Lemaitre

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TTIP: What’s the Deal?

Samuel George speaks to experts on the implications of free trade negotiations between the US and the EU. 

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US & CUBA: IT’S ABOUT TIME!

Samuel George on the groundbreaking events of December 17

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Good Times, Bad Times: A Conversation with Carlos Vegh

No Se Mancha staff writer Jesse Rogers interviews Uruguayan economist Dr. Carlos Vegh

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Why the Argentine Debt Case Matters

Samuel George on the systemic consequences of Argentina’s default 

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