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Ahead of the 2018 Mexican elections, former Mexico City mayor and third-time presidential candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador has presented Morena’s 2018-2024 National Project, giving a clear indication of where his party’s priorities lie.

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It has become more and more difficult to recognize Brazil and its renowned city of Rio de Janeiro. From an institutional coup to political corruption, the country is on course for shipwreck.

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Tragedy struck Argentine families when the naval submarine ARA San Juan, with forty-four crewmembers on board, disappeared on a routine voyage.

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Amid the destructive violence of the crises that degrade Venezuelans and despite the rejection of the government, the opposition seems to be heading towards an electoral defeat with worse consequences than in 2005.

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The book “Empresarios Zombis” (Zombie Entrepeneurs) by Juan Andrés Guzmán and Jorge Rojas investigates the stories of the largest fortunes of Chile and their strategic tax evasion that has allowed them to disguise their earnings paired with the purchase of failing companies.

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Support for democracy in Latin America seems to be on the descent, according to polls taken within the past couple decades.

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The Fuerza Popular has a threatening absolute majority in the Peruvian Congress that has the potential to weaken other branches of government.

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On November 1, without the approval of the National Congress, President Michel Temer issued Decree 9188, authorizing up to 100% of the assets of mixed-capital companies to be sold.

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“Solo el pueblo salva al pueblo,” is a message recently circulating in Venezuela among government officials meaning, “Only the people can save the people.”

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Venezuela’s weekly TalCual publication will no longer appear in its printed version, much to the chagrin of long-term readers.

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