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Ecuador's New President Strikes Out on His Own

By Simeon Tegel

Lenín Moreno's moves against Rafael Correa – including a referendum planned for early 2018 – could have profound effects on Ecuador's democracy. READ MORE

Chileans Are Frustrated With Politics, Too

By Brendan O'Boyle

A surprise in Sunday’s first-round presidential election suggests Chile isn’t immune to Latin America’s anti-establishment mood. READ MORE

How Latin America’s Next Oil Power Can Avoid the Resource Curse

By Juan Cruz Vieyra , Mario Huapaya

Guyana – population 1 million – could soon become a major oil player. A sovereign wealth fund will help it make the most of the opportunity. READ MORE
 

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