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Though soy products were barely used in Uruguay until 2000, the crop now dominates the country’s agricultural production.

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Three reprehensible cases in recent days have once again put the issues of violence against women and the outrageous validity of forms of family mistreatment as an extremely permeant and difficult-to-eradicate daily reality.

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George Orwell’s 1984 has some lessons for Latin American politics.

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Considering how deeply rooted corruption is in Mexican society, and how much harm it causes, it might be easier to fight if it were considered a disease.

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Famed Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa presented his book “The Outbreak of Populism” in Chile, which, according to Axel Kaiser, the Executive Director of the Foundation for Progress, continues Vargas Llosa’s lifelong preoccupation with the threats to liberal democracy.

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With the country still reeling in the aftermath of Central Mexico’s latest earthquake, which left over 300 civilians dead and thousands more injured, many are starting to question whether more could have been done to prevent such vast destruction.

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The location where Pope Francis is scheduled to officiate mass in Peru is causing concern among the Church’s faithful, but this is “only the tip of the iceberg of a much larger struggle within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church.”

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The atmosphere before the elections in Argentina is tense as the nation grapples with Mauricio Macri’s presidency during which Santiago Maldonado disappeared, Mapuche leader Milagro Sala was arrested, and economic policy changed rapidly.

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A recent report from Semana magazine said that political parties serve to negotiate peacefully the inherent conflicts in a diverse society.

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With all eyes on the government following the recent disappearance of activist Santiago Maldonado, many of President Macri’s critics have been quick to contend that the case is simply further proof of the government’s intention to oppress the Argentine people.

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