Universia@Wharton puts out a solid biweekly newsletter with in-depth pieces on Latin America (all translated into English, Spanish and Portuguese). This week’s edition features a re-examination of renewed interest in the Latin […]
Canada and corruption don’t sound right in the same sentence. It’s cold, it’s clean, it’s all the great things about the U.S. with none of the hyperbole and extremity. Except […]
Brazil has birthed a number of original things: the açaí berry, Xuxa, bossa nova, possibly the airplane, and now a love hotel for canine companions.
Uruguay’s Jose Mujica – ‘the poorest president in the world’ Even if he didn’t have headlines like these, Pepe Mujica would be one of those politicians that people remember. Homely […]
Work brought me to Medellín twice in the last month. The city, set in a gorgeous valley lush with tropical vegetation and one of the world’s most temperate climates, is […]
Much like Christopher Columbus did when he set sail 520 years ago, Avenida Americas was born out of a curiosity to dig deeper into our vast continent. Pulling from the […]