Peru’s President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski is struggling to regain control of the political agenda
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 Kuczynski government is struggling with growing organized crime, involved in everything from coca cultivation, narcotics trafficking and illegal mining. Here’s how the U.S. can help.
El hecho de que Guillier haya dicho que Perú, Ecuador y Bolivia nos han sacado ventaja resulta paradigmático. Si bien Perú crece más que Chile, Ecuador y Bolivia están en recesión.
The Odebrecht scandal teaches us that corruption in Latin America transcends ideologies, political parties, countries and, yes, even origins
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.
Despite totaling more than 45 million people in Latin America, indigenous people’s and their leaders are woefully underrepresented in national legislatures. How has this affected attitudes of indigenous toward their political systems and their governments?
After being celebrated as the most successful case of democratic consolidation and economic development in Latin America since 1990, Chile has now lost its appeal. In the meantime, other countries in Latin America have embraced market-friendly policies and have experienced sustained growth.
The victory by Pedro Pablo Kuczynski (PPK) represents a ray of hope in a difficult economic moment for the region. By electing PPK to the presidency, Peruvians have signalled their preference for gradual and pragmatic change over the harsher polarizing rhetoric of Keiko Fujimori.