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With the recent drastic change in political tune in both the Brazilian and Mexican administrations – the two largest economies in Latin America – it didn’t take long to for these two countries to send shockwaves throughout the regional geopolitical …

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 …

Without the presence of the region’s top two headline-grabbers, the Summit of the Americas took place in Peru this weekend. President Mauricio Macri, along with his regional counterparts who are also critical of the actions being carried by Maduro’s regime …

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has promised to attend the Summit of the Americas in Lima, challenging Peru’s decision to withdraw the invitation to the meeting.

Reacting to Lima’s decision to consider Maduro no longer welcome at the summit, the Venezuelan …

Expressing misgivings about the current political context in Venezuela, Peru has indicated that Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is no longer welcome at the April Summit of the Americas, a decision that has been supported by the Lima Group.

The Lima …