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”.
via Washington Post, PETER M. SIAVELIS and KIRSTEN SEHNBRUCH Two generals. Neighbors, in fact. And close friends. Their daughters played together when they were little. One terrifying military coup later finds […]
Americans aren’t the only ones that pause to reflect on this terrible September day. While we mourn our own loss of life and a sense of security, and mark the […]
I love a good story about authoritarianism as much as the next person, but Kurt Weyland’s recent tome in the Atlantic riled me up in a way that a bookish […]
The Wall Street Journal editorial board, ever-ardently guarding the principles of freedom, slipped this gem about Egypt into last Friday’s paper: Egyptians would be lucky if their new ruling generals […]
Is it an “up yours” to Brazil? A “take that” to China? A “please be my friend” gesture to the United States? Whatever it is, the Pacific Alliance is taking […]
Last week, David Gacs at the Americas Society/Council of the Americas wrote about the important advances Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Chile have made to open up trade with one another […]