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Elections in the United States were, as is often the case, a close nail-biting affair. Although the vote took place on November 3, it wasn’t until November 7 that all major US media outlets were calling Joe Biden the clear …

“You don’t repress the people,” Bolivian General Williams Kaliman told President Evo Morales. “This is what you taught us.” Evo’s excessive thirst for power had become toxic. After his third electoral mischief, he had to go. Alberto Fernández came


The coronavirus crisis is proving critical across the globe, with mandatory lockdowns in most major countries and a cascade of public health, social and economic problems unfolding as a consequence. But in Brazil, something else is also brewing: a political …

In one of the most heated weeks in recent history for Latin America, with former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio “Lula” Da Silva freed from jail and Evo Morales overthrown from Bolivia’s presidency and flying to exile in Mexico, president-elect Alberto …

In the latest edition of The Bubble’s Weekly Roundup, hosts Demian Bio and Edmund Ruge analyze the most relevant events of the week in the political landscape. …

Mauricio Macri chose a running mate known for using anti-immigrant rhetoric, complaining about non-contributory pensions, who calls for a more active role for the armed forces and accuses competitors of being communists. Could Miguel Ángel Pichetto work as a Jair

On Tuesday, Argentina assumed a new pro-tempore presidency of the Mercosur, which will hold until mid-2019, a year that promises to be of extreme importance for the regional trading bloc.

Its member countries, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay, will try …

President Mauricio Macri will not travel to Brazil on January 1st to attend the inauguration of his Brazilian counterpart, Jair Bolsonaro, Argentine press reported on Monday.

Last week, Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie had confirmed the President would in fact attend …

Two days from the Brazilian runoff, far-right candidate and likely president Jair Bolsonaro showed optimism about a victory and claimed that he will have a “good relationship and an optimal alliance” with Argentine President Mauricio Macri. Speaking at a press

The Argentine government reacted cautiously on Sunday to the outcome of the Brazilian elections’ first round, in which the far-right candidate of the Social Liberal Party, Jair Bolsonaro, was the big winner with 46.7 percent of the vote.

The total …