"A few weeks ago, no one would have bet that [Sergio] Massa had a chance to be president," says the AS/COA senior advisor.
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The 35-year-old son of a banana magnate, who will govern until April 2025, will have to face security challenges and a divided Congress.
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro’s Emilio La Rovere covers Brazil’s rare opportunity and comparative advantage.
Learn more about candidates Patricia Bullrich, Sergio Massa, and Javier Milei, as well as their proposals to solve Argentina’s economic crisis.
In a special electoral cycle marred by violence, voters will choose between Luisa González and Daniel Noboa in the October 15 runoff.
Although most leaders have condemned the attacks, there has not been a unified regional response to them or the subsequent conflict.
Will Argentines reach for a dramatic option in October 22 elections? Reuters' Argentina correspondent Anna-Catherine Brigida shares views from the ground.
Brazil's Supreme Court and political class are "trying to very clearly send this message: never again," said AS/COA's vice president of policy.
As two women, Claudia Sheinbaum and Xóchitl Gálvez, compete for the presidency, Aúna’s Mónica Tapia explains the paradox of gender parity in Mexico.
Luisa González and Daniel Noboa will face off in the country’s October 15 runoff to replace Guillermo Lasso. AS/COA profiles the candidates.
The country’s two main political alliances have selected their aspirants. What have been the surprises, similarities, and questions so far?
Campaigning on an anti-graft platform, Arévalo won the country’s August 20 runoff by a landslide. We share facts about his victory.
Two former lawmakers, Luisa González and Daniel Noboa, will face each other in the October 15 runoff. AS/COA looks at the facts.