O petróleo ajudou alguns países e arruinou outros. A AQ foi a Georgetown e relata aqui os esforços do país para encontrar um caminho.
Oil wealth has helped some countries, and ruined others. AQ reports from Georgetown on policymakers’ efforts to find the right path.
La riqueza petrolera ha ayudado a algunos países y ha arruinado a otros. AQ reporta desde Georgetown sobre los esfuerzos de los líderes guyaneses por encontrar el camino correcto.
CARICOM nations want to slash food imports by growing more of it at home. Experts call it a daunting but worthwhile challenge.
Incumbent Luis Abinader leads in the polls ahead of the Dominican Republic’s 2024 elections on May 19.
Elected on an anti-corruption platform, the Dominican Republic’s president is bucking a regionwide trend.
Critics say developers are buying up pristine beaches. Governments see exclusive real estate as the future of the economically vital tourism industry.
Maduro is less interested in Essequibo than in diverting attention from Venezuela’s economic crisis.
A longstanding border controversy has worsened following a massive discovery of oil, a top official at Guyana’s foreign ministry writes for AQ.
International intervention must avoid the painful mistakes of previous missions, writes a Haitian civil-society leader.
Will demands for U.S. action help slow gunrunning to a region where the homicide rate is triple the global average?
Small countries are bulwarks of Taipei’s influence abroad.
Caribbean activists helped make reparations a mainstream concept. Now they hope ex-colonial powers will commit to paying, even if it’s not the trillions of dollars slavery is estimated to have cost.
The subsidized oil procurement agreement with Venezuela collapsed in 2019. Thirsty neighbors now seek near-term assistance once more.