Brazil’s Senate Accuses Bolsonaro of Crimes Against Humanity
It’s a new low for his government’s catastrophic pandemic response.
Can Pedro Castillo Save His Presidency?
The Peruvian president’s first months in office have been characterized by chaos, extremism, and—critics say—sheer incompetence.
Democrats See Broken Promises in Biden’s Haiti Policies
After high-profile resignations, Biden diplomats scramble to shore up stability in Haiti and stem migration.
Hips Don’t Lie (and Neither Do Receipts)
Latin American leaders—and pop stars—are ensnared in the Pandora Papers leak.
Can the United States Rival China in Latin America?
The newly announced Build Back Better World initiative weighs its prospects in the region.
How Filibusters Moved from Piracy to Congress
Freelance imperialists in the 1800s left behind weak institutions and racist legacies.
The Other 9/11
Chile’s constitutional rewrite aims to extinguish the lingering legacy of the 1973 coup.
Argentina’s Unlikely Climate Push
Can urging from Washington make one of Latin America’s biggest polluters go green?
A Savvy Start for Ecuador’s New President
Reconciliation and vaccination have earned Guillermo Lasso a 73 percent approval rating. Can it last?
Latin America’s Drive to Integrate Venezuelan Migrants Earns Praise
A U.N. official calls efforts in the region “a model of solidarity.”
Specter of Stagflation Hangs Over Emerging Markets
Rich countries’ pandemic policies are sucking growth and capital out of the developing world.
Why Is America Cooperating With Militaries Running Criminal Rackets?
U.S. international security cooperation urgently needs an overhaul by Congress.
How Latin American Women Governed During the Pandemic
Female leaders saved more lives in Brazil and reinvented stimulus policy in Argentina.
The Pandemic’s Legacy Will Spur New Protests in Latin America
Increased economic inequality has only added to widespread discontent.
Venezuela Is Without a Vaccination Plan
Maduro’s abject failure is consequential for the nation, the region, and the world.