News & Analysis SEE MORE Guides Guide to 2022 Latin American Elections AS/COA covers this year’s votes in the Americas, from presidential elections to referendums. Hemispheric Updates How Latin America Is Faring against Omicron Even with lower hospitalization rates, Omicron threatens disruption. From tests to shots to restrictions, here’s how the region is handling the latest Covid tsunami. Health Hemispheric Updates Are the Kids All Right? A Look at Vaccine Age Eligibility in Latin America Many countries are vaccinating children six and up. In Brazil and Mexico, however, age eligibility lines have been less clear. Mexico Brazil Health Country Argentina Bolivia Brazil Canada Chile Colombia Costa Rica Cuba Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Guatemala Haiti Honduras Mexico Nicaragua Panama Paraguay Peru Puerto Rico United States Uruguay Venezuela Issue Arts & Culture Asia & Latin America Democracy & Elections Economics & Finance Energy & Commodities Entrepreneurship Environment & Sustainability Foreign Relations Gender & Social Equality Health Immigration Infrastructure Innovation & Technology Rule of Law & Anti-Corruption Security & Defense Trade U.S. Policy AS/COA in the News SEE MORE Press Releases Americas Society apresenta a parte Ⅱ da This Must Be the Place A segunda parte da exposição, que inaugura dia 2 de fevereiro na Americas Society, traz novas obras que exploram o corpo como sujeito e meio e oferecem novas interpretações de identidade. Venezuela Central America & Caribbean Puerto Rico Argentina Brazil Chile Paraguay Arts & Culture Press Releases Americas Society presenta la parte Ⅱ de This Must Be the Place Parte II de la aclamada exposición, que se inaugura el 2 de febrero en Americas Society, tiene nuevas obras que exploran el cuerpo como tema y medio y ofrecen nuevas interpretaciones de la identidad. Venezuela Central America & Caribbean Puerto Rico Argentina Brazil Chile Paraguay Arts & Culture Press Releases Americas Society Presents Part Ⅱ of This Must Be the Place Part II of the acclaimed exhibition, which opens February 2 at Americas Society, presents new works that explore the body as theme and medium, and in doing so, offer new understandings of identity. Venezuela Central America & Caribbean Puerto Rico Argentina Brazil Chile Paraguay Arts & Culture Press Inquiries firstname.lastname@example.org 1-212-277-8333 Podcasts SEE MORE LatAm in Focus: Three Stories You May Have Missed in 2021 2021 meant U.S. ambassadorial vacancies to Latin America, scores of refugees to Mexico, and record cargo through the Panama Canal. Panama Mexico Environment & Sustainability Immigration U.S. Policy LatAm in Focus: The Democracy That Chileans Want CNN Chile host and La Tercera columnist Paula Escobar Chavarría covers the parallels between Chile’s 2021 presidential race and its 1988 referendum. Chile Democracy & Elections LatAm in Focus: COP26's Gauntlet for Brazil and Latin America 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. Brazil Environment & Sustainability Membership AS join COA join YPA join Videos SEE MORE Democracy Dialogues: Arturo Sarukhan “I’d be getting very jittery” if both Mexico and the United States reach their 2024 presidential elections with current anti-democratic trends continuing unchecked, said the former ambassador. Mexico United States Democracy & Elections This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York, 1965–1975 Take a closer look at an exhibition exploring the work of a generation of immigrant artists who revolutionized the city's art scene. Arts & Culture #PeruCOA 2021: Pedro Castillo El presidente habló de sus prioridades para una recuperación económica sostenible e igualitaria, y cómo promoverá la estabilidad macroeconómica. Peru Economics & Finance Americas Quarterly READ MORE AT AQ Book Review: Mario Vargas Llosa Takes On a Coup in Guatemala The Peruvian novelist brings Central America’s bloody Cold War past to life – with a surprising political angle. Is Gustavo Petro Leaving Behind Colombian Progressives? The left-wing candidate for Colombia’s presidency is building new alliances, and straining old ones. All Eyes on Brazil’s Military as Election Approaches Amid fears Bolsonaro may try to prevent a peaceful transition, generals emerge as key power brokers.