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Entries with Keyword “latin america”

It finally looks like we’ll be getting some sunshine this weekend, although we’re terribly afraid of jinxing it. With that said, it’s time to get out there and do something! Roll around in the lush green grass with your friend, …

The Pew Center in Washington has found that Argentines are more concerned about the impact of climate change than about the terrorist threat of the Islamic State or the influence of the United States, Russia or China.

Inhabitants of 38 …

Things are heating up between Argentina and its neighbors, as the Argentine government moves towards implementing tougher border and immigration controls. Yesterday, in La Paz, the Bolivian Chancellor called upon the Argentine ambassador to ‘please explain’ Wednesday’s creation of a

In an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra discussed her candidacy for UN Secretary General, among various subjects such as UN bureaucracy, the Venezuelan crisis and Donald Trump.

When asked if she believed it was “high time” …

It’s been quite the week for LGBT rights in Latin America. The news coming out of Colombia with the official passing of marriage equality is a clear sign of continued progress in the region, despite being in the throes of …

According to the latest Transparency International Corruption Perception Index (CPI) report released today, Argentina, as well as the majority of Latin American nations, scored poorly in terms of institutional corruption.

The report gave Argentina a corruption score of 32. To

A report released by the World Bank this afternoon revealed troubling statistics regarding unemployment and education opportunities in Latin America. Authored by members of the Bank’s Latin America and Caribbean department, the study examines the phenomenon of ninis, short …

No more tweets about talking on the phone to Evo. No more visits to Venezuelan presidents in their hospital beds. As President-elect Mauricio Macri leads the transition from one of South America’s most socialist governments to one of its …

Out of 14 territories in Latin America, Argentina was placed first in terms of English language proficiency by the international education company Education First (EF) and 15th out of all 70 territories polled.

EF’s fifth edition of its English Proficiency …

Cristina has been on the media warpath against a perceived attack on emerging markets.

This Monday, Cronista republished (in Spanish) an article from the Financial Times titled, “Emerging Markets: Fixing a Broken Model.” The article is long, a …