AS/COA covers the role of the region hardest hit by the pandemic in the hunt for a vaccine.
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Nine Latin American countries hold elections this year, with five—Chile, Ecuador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Peru—selecting presidents.
“This is a necessary step and, unfortunately, we are now doing this in the worst possible situation,” said the Cuban economist on the January 1 currency shift
The region’s recovery will be slow and depend in part on effective vaccine distribution and stable oil prices.
La región puede recuperarse pero "necesita buenos líderes y buenas políticas públicas", dijo el vicepresidente de política de AS/COA
From an absent president to illegal fishing to agro-tech, AS/COA Online dives into under-covered—but important—issues facing Latin America in a year of competing headlines.
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Embracing this difficult moment to build resilience should be top of mind, the International Monetary Fund’s managing director tells AS/COA’s Susan Segal.
"The question is whether both nations will look for an opportunity to work toward a truly ambitious agenda," said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to Forbes.com.
With a decision from the U.S. Supreme Court upholding DACA, AS/COA Online looks at the immigration program, the Trump administration’s attempt to end it, and its current status.
The Argentine collector remembers her grandmother’s lessons and shares some of her own.
As long as Mexican women continue to face high levels of violence and inequality, they will keep demanding change, writes Carin Zissis for World Politics Review.
Venezuela is set to hold legislative elections on December 6. Of course, the term “elections” should be used lightly.
IHS Markit’s Steven Knell and Escopo Energia’s Lavinia Hollanda explain how the region can turn the current moment into an opportunity to develop renewable energy.
The diplomat shares how she convinced the EU to get behind Juan Guaidó.