With Edward Snowden on the run and Mercosur countries stumbling over themselves to criticize U.S. spying and the European detainment … Continue reading What is MERCOSUR Really?
Is it an “up yours” to Brazil? A “take that” to China? A “please be my friend” gesture to the … Continue reading Pacific Alliance or Star Washington Consensus Students?
In news that will shock nobody, Kelpers/Bennies, or residents of the Falklands, voted overwhelmingly to stay tied to Britain. In a … Continue reading Southern Rock – Another British Bailout
Cornelius Fleischhaker, whose IMF credentials put him in a privileged seat to see all the shenanigans in the organization’s fraught … Continue reading What have you done for me lately?
One of Yale’s finest, Drew Konove, a Mexico City scholar and connoisseur of the often overlooked vagaries of Mexican history, … Continue reading Mexico, DF: Stuck in the middle
Remember when observers were horrified at Argentina’s decision to nationalize Repsol-YPF? Remember when seasoned observers thought that it would not even … Continue reading Argentina’s Energy Potential
It’s back, and back with a vengeance. Three-term Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez, who had a very public battle with cancer … Continue reading Hugo on the brink