"Continuation down this path, particularly with the lack of the ability of the international community to affect it, would be very concerning," said AS/COA's Eric Farnsworth to Miami Herald.
From Chile to the Dominican Republic, we look at where and how the pandemic is postponing going to the polls.
With Haitian rhythms and Spanish lyrics, Ralph Jean Baptiste shows integration is possible for other migrants.
Manmade problems are still exacerbating a tragedy provoked by natural disaster.
Just over two years in, Jovenel Moïse faces ongoing unrest as he seeks to usher through confirmation of what would be his fourth prime minister.
Jacqueline Charles discusses how an anti-corruption movement emerged in Haiti after revelations of embezzlement, and what that means for President Jovenel Moïse.