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As both sides of the debate ramp up their activity in anticipation of the vote on August 8, another public letter has been published calling for Senators to pass the bill to legalize and decriminalize abortion in Argentina.Following Margaret Atwood’s …

The Argentine government released a statement expressing its recognition of Mexico’s elections which took place yesterday and congratulating the President-elect, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, also referred to as AMLO.

According to polls, López Obrador was the favorite to win, and …

Latin America has some of the most restrictive abortion laws in the world. Abortion is illegal under any circumstance in six countries: the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Suriname. In the majority of Latin America, getting an …

As advocates on both sides of the debate gather around throughout the country—plastic fetus-wielding pro-lifers and pro-choice groups carrying their iconic green scarves alike—the tension throughout the country ahead of the Lower House vote to decriminalize abortion is palpable. No …

Next week’s abortion debate looms large in the consciousness of Argentine society, and as such, we at the Bubble wanted to take a wider lens to women’s health issues in Latin America and the Caribbean.

As you’re probably aware by …

Out of four disabled people in Latin America, three are unemployed. Created in 2013, Incluyeme.com is a unique company which is working to change this statistic. Not an NGO, Incluyeme.com is a fight against ignorance and for diversity, as it …

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has advocated for greater cooperation between Madrid and Latin America, and Buenos Aires in particular, in response to “protectionist and populist” sentiments.

Speaking in Buenos Aires at an event hosted by the Argentine Council for

As president of the Central Bank for the largest economy in Latin America, Ilan Goldfajn has an outsized role in the future of a key global player that is also one of Argentina’s primary trade partners. Speaking to the The

When US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson toured Latin America in mid-February, his statements about China’s increasing influence on Latin America made international headlines.

Chinese and Russian state-run media were quick to jump down Tillerson’s throat, while several think-pieces spewed …

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson kicked off his Latin America tour of Mexico, Argentina, Peru, Colombia and Jamaica with a policy speech in Texas yesterday in which he showered the Mauricio Macri administration with praise and made clear Washington’s …