The NSA leaker knows that President Rafael Correa wants to be the next Hugo Chávez.
Latin America’s biggest country is struggling with crime, corruption, and weak economic growth.
It’s not a long-term solution to rampant drug violence, but it could provide short-term relief.
Faced with growing public opposition, the Kirchner government is stepping up its attacks on democracy.
Raúl Castro’s economic reforms are less significant than his crackdown on dissent.
Jorge Mario Bergoglio has fought both poverty and radical leftism.
Why February 2013 may be remembered as a turning point for Mexican schools.
How the new secretary of state should approach Latin America. (You can read this article in Spanish here.)
Cómo debería abordar las relaciones con América Latina el nuevo secretario de estado norteamericano
The Kirchner government has decided to whitewash Iranian terrorism. (You can read this article in Spanish here.)
Will the region’s most influential countries stand up for constitutional government in Venezuela? (This article is also available in Spanish here.)
¿Se alzarán las más influyentes democracias de la región en defensa del gobierno constitucional en Venezuela?
The Marxist Dictator's Legacy: Autocratic rule, economic ruin, and South America’s highest murder rate. (You can read this article in Spanish here.)
Gang violence, corruption, and blackouts have created a PR nightmare. (You can read this article in Spanish here.)
La violencia de las pandillas, la corrupción y los apagones han creado una pesadilla de relaciones públicas
Nicaraguan democracy is being snuffed out. (You can read this article in Spanish here.)
Se extingue la democracia en Nicaragua
The president has not provided real leadership. (You can read this article in Spanish here.)
Moscow has offered support to virtually every dictatorship and anti-American regime on the planet. (You can read this article in Spanish here.)
Moscú ha dado apoyo prácticamente a cada dictadura y a cada régimen antinorteamericano del planeta
President Rafael Correa continues to follow the Hugo Chávez playbook. (Click here for the Spanish-language version of this article.)
Rafael Correa sigue fielmente el guión de Hugo Chávez.