The hemisphere has a short window to show another dictatorship will not be tolerated, writes Panama’s former vice president.
Na campanha eleitoral de 2022, Jair Bolsonaro e seus seguidores podem vir a testar os limites da democracia para proteger seu “direito” de fazer postagens.
En la campaña presidencial de 2022, Jair Bolsonaro y sus seguidores podrán forzar los límites de la democracia para proteger su “derecho a publicar”.
In the 2022 election campaign, Jair Bolsonaro and his followers may test the limits of democracy to protect their “right” to post.
From Chile to Colombia, voters are looking for change – regardless of what it will bring.
As politicians on the left and right fuel polarization, signs of an appetite for centrist politics are starting to show.
Brazil’s former president is running again in 2022. Will he do so as a pragmatic, or more radical figure?
A personal look at the surprising politics of the US-Mexico border region.
Brazil’s municipal elections saw setbacks for the president, gains for right-wing parties outside his orbit – and promising new voices on the left.
Expect even more outsiders in years ahead.
The pandemic has postponed voting in a region where support for democracy was already on the decline.
By any measure, Sunday’s gubernatorial elections in Venezuela did not go well for the opposition. The regime of President Nicolás Maduro took 17 of a possible 23 seats, with, as of this writing, another still up for grabs. Marred by predictable irregularities and government manipulation, the MUD opposition coalition’s decision to participate failed to pay … Read more
If Cristina Fernández de Kirchner wins a senate seat in Sunday’s mid-term elections, as she is poised to do, her comeback would be significant: The former president is under investigation in at least eight separate corruption cases. Part of the explanation for why these investigations have not sunk Fernández’s senate bid may lie with Argentina’s … Read more
A question institutional investors often ask regarding Mexico’s presidential elections next year is: Can Andrés Manuel López Obrador actually win? Most polls do indeed put the leftist former mayor of Mexico City, known popularly by his initials, AMLO, ahead of hypothetical adversaries today. But the road to the 20 million votes he likely needs to … Read more