Category: South America
Could Beijing adopt an anti-imperial currency policy – or next week, will it become a tighter sub-imperial ally of Western financiers?
The real questions now are: can Maduro deepen the revolution before time runs out, and can Kirchnerismo remain a potent political force after Sunday’s loss?
A new documentary, Chicago Boys, looks at the Chilean economists who brought neoliberalism from the halls of Chicago to the policies of Latin America
If Macri defeats Scioli in the runoff it will be the first defeat for Latin America’s Left since Chavez came to power in 1998
The radical Left is showing it can be electorally competitive. Future growth depends on reaching wider audiences
The complex history and prospects of Brazil’s workers party (PT)
Evo Morales’s government has increasingly incorporated conservative elements into the Bolivian state
U.S. threat to democracy in Latin America would end if its media were not closed to real dissent
National elections present voters with sharply contrasting visions of government’s role
2015 is a year for wage recovery. Waning inflation hovers at an annual 25 percent and the collective bargaining negotiated wage increases have risen to 30 percent