The dispute over Argentina's decision to grant political amnesty to a Chilean ex-guerilla fighter "will have no lasting impact, though it does reveal growing differences within the region that will continue to spark friction," writes AS/COA's Christopher Sabatini for World Politics Review.
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The exhibition, Shattered Glass: Rethinking the Museo de Arte Carillo Gil Collection, "treats New Yorkers to an exclusive look into Post-Revolution artworks that touches upon identity, life, death, and the history of Mexico," writes AS/COA's Susan Segal for The Huffington Post. Join Americas Society for this exciting show, closing December 18.
Communities across the United States "could benefit from a more business and export friendly climate that encourages even more innovation and invention that would bring new jobs," argues COA's Brian Wanko in an op-ed for The South Bend Tribune.
"In the absence of passage of these bilateral agreements, a possible near-term alternative would be to welcome Colombia and Panama into ongoing negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership," writes AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth in an opinion letter to the Financial Times.
"With the positive economic headlines dominating the news cycles, there is also a renewed interest in the history and culture" of Latin America, writes AS/COA's Susan Segal for The Huffington Post. Join Americas Society for the final days of Art and Myth in Ancient Peru: The History of the Jequetepeque Valley, closing October 23.
"Chilean culture is steeped in poetry; poetry has become a life-blood of that country, ingrained in the bedrock as it were, over time," writes Americas Society's Daniel Shapiro for CNN. Two of the miners rescued from Chile's San José mine were identified as poets.
"Speculation is rampant in Washington that the November 2 mid-term elections will usher in a new phase of trade expansion for the United States," argues Eric Farnsworth in an op-ed for The Miami Herald.