La OEA no llega a un consenso en relación con la situación venezolana. Almagro y Maduro se sacan chispas. Y, dentro del organismo, los países se dividen en bloques.
Next week the hemisphere’s foreign ministers—including U.S. Secretary of State Tillerson—will gather in Cancun. They will vote on IACHR commissioners and the budget, but will there be real action on Venezuela?
The unresolved Ayotzinapa disappearances have led to three different investigations. Here is a comparison of their conclusions and the implications of Mexico’s problematic treatment of the case.
Soon Rafael Correa will be an ex-president. Will he go calmly into presidential retirement or noisily wait in the wings for a future return?
Human rights violations and the lack of an adequate response by the state remain the rule rather than the exception. The time has come for Mexico’s judiciary to react.
If President Trump abandons the global fight against climate change, it could leave Latin America more vulnerable to the effects of climate change and governments politically exposed.
President Trump’s row with Mexico has placed U.S. cooperation with its southern neighbors in jeopardy—and with it U.S. national interests and security. But it’s not too late to change course.
Mexico sends its least-prepared instructors to the country’s rural indigenous communities, condemning their children to poor education and poverty.
Oh, the notorious wall. Who will pay for it? The U.S.? Mexico? U.S. consumers? Immigrants sending remittances?
Ford announced this week that it was pulling out of its commitment to build a new factory in San Luis Potosi, Mexico and, instead, would be adding 700 jobs to a factory in Michigan. Was the decision based on business or politics?