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AS/COA Online cubre los grandes desarrollos y distribuciones de la vacuna mientras los países se esfuerzan por alcanzar la inmunidad colectiva.
Fresh from Glasgow, Institute Talanoa’s Natalie Unterstell explains how Brazil and the region were part of big steps at the climate conference, but there’s still a way to go.
"Se nota que la polarización continúa y que Chile sigue caminando por un largo camino", dijo el vicepresidente de política pública de AS/COA.
The two polar-opposite candidates will try to woo voters from the center ahead of the December 19 second-round vote.
We look at top candidates’ stances on immigration, inflation, pensions, and more.
“You can’t force people to vote when they themselves are convinced that the system is completely rigged,” says the AS/COA Venezuela Working Group head of the November 21 vote.
The three heads of state meet on November 18. AS/COA’s Carin Zissis covers what’s on the docket at the first North American Leaders Summit in five years.
"Neither the United States nor Nicaragua’s neighbors took meaningful steps to slow or reverse the democratic slide," said the AS/COA vice president to Forbes.com.
"This is a more serious effort, but it should have been done months or even years ago," said the AS/COA vice president.
With signs the opposition coalition is poised to make gains, the special advisor to AS/COA analyzes what the November 14 legislative elections mean for the country's future political course.
By denying the Ortega regime of the legitimacy it seeks, Washington and the international community can discourage other budding dictators, writes AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth for Univision.
"There is no way that anybody with an objective view would consider today's election exercise to be anything but a charade," said the AS/COA vice president.
“It’s like a slow-motion train wreck,” says the AS/COA vice president of the November 7 vote, widely considered a sham.