Was COP26 A Good Deal for Brazil?
Carbon credits for fighting deforestation were left in flux at Glasgow — but they could be key for the climate and Brazil’s economy.
Book Review: A Case for Optimism in Colombia
Mauricio Cárdenas proposes something radical for these times: a pragmatic focus on recent accomplishments.
The Huge Risk Facing Latin American Oil Companies
The region’s big energy firms are mostly lagging in the transition away from fossil fuels. More can be done.
Mexico’s Opposition Searches for a Winning Message
Traditional parties are in the political wilderness. Could emulating Biden’s 2020 run beat AMLO’s movement?
Nicaragua: How Latin America Reacted
From condemnation to praise, many of the region’s biggest players weighed in on Sunday’s election.
Argentina’s Warning to Latin America: “I Am You, Tomorrow”
Escaping Latin America’s middle-class trap means making real social investments, not cutting one-off checks.
Nicaragua’s Sham Election Is Over. What Should the World Do Now?
The hemisphere has a short window to show another dictatorship will not be tolerated, writes Panama’s former vice president.
Salgado’s “Amazônia” Shows What’s at Stake at COP26
A new exhibit at the London Science Museum features moving images of an ecosystem under threat.
Could the U.S. and China Spoil Latin America’s Rebound?
A slowdown in China and winding down of U.S. stimulus threaten a much-needed regional rebound.
Colombia, Washington’s “Closest Ally,” Looks to Beijing
An expected surge in Chinese investment may bring Bogotá even closer.
The Rise of José Antonio Kast in Chile
The ultra-conservative figure has surged as an option for voters alienated by the left.
What’s With All the Imperial Spanish Flags in Peru (and Elsewhere)?
A nationalist turn among Peru’s right-wing parties — and some sectors of the population — points to increasing polarization.
What President Duque Has Done for Venezuelans Is Heroic
As other countries closed their doors, Colombia’s president and its people lent a hand.
Could Honduras Shift Left? A Look at Xiomara Castro
The former first lady and democratic socialist could become Honduras’ first female president. That may be the easy part.
Dollarization Can’t Save the Venezuelan Economy
Pragmatic adjustments have abated Venezuela’s collapse, but the bigger picture remains a bleak one.