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In a continent that is growing increasingly conflictive, few were paying attention to what was quietly developing in Bolivia. Tension reached its apex last week, when Evo Morales was dramatically ousted from power and pushed into exile after an …

Only weeks after a presidential resignation and without the presence of the region’s top two headline-grabbers, Peru will host the Summit of the Americas starting tomorrow.

The meeting, held under the auspices of the Organization of the American States (OAS), …

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 …

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodríguez announced that her country will today begin the process of withdrawing from the Organization of American States (OAS), at the orders of President Nicolás Maduro. “Tomorrow [for today] we will present a letter of complaint …

Susana Malcorra, after her visit to the United States for an Organization of American States (OAS) meeting, announced Mauricio Macri will meet with Donald Trump at the end of April in Washington D.C. The White House schedules official …

The Organization of American States paid a visit to Argentina to carry out an annual check of how the country is doing regarding fighting corruption. The 37 page report has pointed out a series of flaws with President Mauricio Macri’s …

After yesterday’s criticism coming from the Venezuelan opposition (and many Argentines here), the Macri administration is doing some damage control.

Many are still surprised about the President’s alleged “backtracking” regarding the situation in Venezuela, particularly because while he was running

Political turmoils in Latin America seem to follow an inescapable and cliched historical pattern: an unpopular administration that benefits the powerful few and neglects the rest is overthrown by popular demands of the masses who, in turn, elect a charismatic, …