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Brasil, Colombia, y Costa Rica tendrán elecciones presidenciales y legislativas este año, pero esas no son las únicas votaciones que se llevarán a cabo en la región.
The region has witnessed a mix of stability and stagnation with several big setbacks and a couple bright spots.
"We are in a global battle for hearts and minds, where decisions are being made today that will lock in relationships for the longer term," writes AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth in The National Interest.
AS/COA Online cubre los grandes desarrollos y distribuciones de la vacuna mientras los países se esfuerzan por volver a la normalidad.
“This election was a testament to the strength of Chilean democracy,” says AS/COA’s Holly K. Sonneland, who reflects on the smooth electoral process and ways the results reflected polling.
What country is a booster champ? Who kept a vaccine promise? Where was there a rebel with a cause? We look at how countries rose to the vaccination occasion.
"The biggest challenge for keeping ties productive will be sustaining the attention necessary to tackle deep-rooted problems," writes AS/COA's Carin Zissis in World Politics Review.
The democratic socialist and former first lady will end to 12 years of National Party rule in the country.
The two polar-opposite candidates will try to woo voters from the center ahead of the December 19 second-round vote.