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If ex-President Carlos Mesa can stay within 10 points of Luis Arce, previously Evo Morales’ economy minister, he’ll force Bolivia’s first-ever runoff.
Remittances help provide food, medicine, and even political stability. Creative’s Manuel Orozco, NYU’s Roy Germano, and Remitly’s Matt Oppenheimer talk remittance trends in pandemic times.
Can the pandemic become an opportunity to pass critical anti-corruption reforms? Three case studies by AS/COA’s Anti-Corruption Working Group provide critical insights.
As Bolivia nears the scheduled October 18 vote, here is a look at the key players and the role they played in Evo Morales’ downfall.
Even before the pandemic, turbulence in the Americas was driving a new approach to education, say Deans Joanne Li of FIU Business and Ignacio de la Vega of EGADE.
"Solving debt crises is not a zero-sum game. All sides must give ground to succeed," writes AS/COA’s Chairman Emeritus William R. Rhodes in FPA's Great Decisions.
PepsiCo’s Monica Bauer and Think Olga’s Juliana de Faria cover ways to approach pandemic recovery through a gender lens.
Democratic nominee Joe Biden played a leading role in regional policy during his time as vice president and it’s possible, if the ticket wins, that Harris will do the same.
Was President Nayib Bukele's tough-on-crime approach the solution? International Crisis Group's Tiziano Breda says there’s more to the story.
Their responses to 2019 Amazon wildfires is one example of the markedly different paths each candidate has staked out on environmental policy.
AS/COA's Healthcare Series offers recommendations for governments, providers, and stakeholders to address inefficiencies and inequities in the region's health systems.
“Un acuerdo tiene que ser balanceado y justo, y creo que la oferta del gobierno lo es”, dijo la presidenta y CEO de AS/COA.