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What Brazil Can Learn from Malaysia

James Stranko on dealing with global scrutiny

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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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NAFTA at 20: A Good Deal for Mexico?

Theodore Kahn on what 20 years of NAFTA have meant for Mexico

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No Se Mancha’s Top Ten from 2013

Happy News Years from the No Se Mancha team! In our first year we have covered everything from baseball in the Caribbean to money falling from the Bolivian skies, to the vicissitudes of Chilean politics, and everything in between. As we prepare for a … Continue reading

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This Week in Latin America

What’s good in the hood

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What’s at stake in the Argentine elections

James Stranko on the importance of today’s mid-term elections in Argentina

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This Week in Latin America

Whats Good in the Hood

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Capitalism, Sex and Cuba

James Stranko of Avenida America on sweating, betting and letting

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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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Enrique’s PEMEX Plan

Latin American Energy Specialist Christian Gómez on Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto plans to reform PEMEX

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