One of the most important meetings in Latin America’s economic and political calendar is happening later this week. It’s not happening in Latin America, and no Latin American leaders will be in the room. I’d bet money that nobody will even say the word “Latin”.
The world will see clearer this week, and politicians across the hemisphere will be keen to hear, how Francis deals with a country and society that makes many Latin Americans deeply conflicted.
Some cities stun, others charm, a few overwhelm and all too many bore. Sometimes after you visit you realize once is enough, many times it takes a good three or […]
Reprinted from November 7, 2013 edition of the New York Times Editors Note: A fabulous post-mortem of the Argentine elections and the prospects of the country’s political life, from a […]
This piece is adapted from Frank Bruni’s 10/27/2013 Sunday Review piece in the New York Times. Removing some more colorful descriptions of Rome, and switching the words in bold, I adapted […]
Via No Se Mancha blog Now that the campaigns have ended, everything is in place and everyone (literally, everyone) is ready to vote in the country’s important mid-term elections set […]
Americans have been through all the stages of joy and grief when it comes to mortgages over the last few years. First low rates for everyone, easy approvals for most, […]