One theme I’m planning to explore further in my posts this year is corruption in Latin America, and the pervasive … Continue reading 2014: The Year of Corruption
Ever spent much time in Paraguay? Me neither. Ever spent much time thinking about Paraguay? Negative. The only foray into … Continue reading What’s Going On in Paraguay?
Water and oil and ethanol, oh my! Conventional wisdom has it that Brazil’s energy matrix is filled to the brim … Continue reading Brazil’s Energy Conundrum
(via No Se Mancha blog) How do you say schadenfreude in Portuguese? If it were up to many Brazilians, they … Continue reading Eike Strikes Out
(via No Se Mancha blog) This is why the reforms proposed by the Peña Nieto administration are so important. Just … Continue reading PEMEX Reform – The Final Frontier
(via Americas Quarterly blog) Last year when Argentina expropriated most of Repsol’s majority stake in YPF, the country’s flagship oil … Continue reading The Renewed Interest in Argentine Energy
The economics of providing utilities in Latin America is a perpetual source of strife. If the high cost of building … Continue reading Utilitarian utilities in Bolivia