Capriles calls for a recount, but it’s really his claims that need the audit.
Join us for a documentary film illustrating the impact of the Bolivarian revolution on poor and working people in this Latin American country and the established system of democracy.
What scared Washington most about Chavez was not his failures or idiosyncrasies. It was his success.
Washington should recognize that Latin America is experimenting with new political and economic models to reduce the region’s traditional poverty and inequality.
Latin America itself got scarcely a mention in the U.S. presidential campaign, but a new generation of voters has put it on the agenda.
Join us for this debriefing and discussion with observers about what Venezuela’s October presidential elections mean for Venezuela, and for the U.S.
Join this session at the Together for Justice: 2012 International Gathering, where IPS Associate Fellow Manuel Pérez-Rocha will discuss the efforts being waged by the grassroots and experts in solidarity to restore a balance in investment rules, and how several countries are responding to this challenge.
Uncle Sam isn’t making much fuss over Latin America’s law-breaking lawmakers.
We went through this exercise once before with Prohibition.
Women leaders do not by definition implement policies promoting women’s rights.
Ajamu Baraka, Annette Dickerson, joined by Charo Mina-Rojas will present a multi-media report back on the situation of Afro-Colombians.
The Latin American countries are forging a multi-polar world in which the U.S. looks increasingly out of touch.
IPS Associate Fellow Manuel Pérez-Rocha will lead a workshop as part of Ecumenical Advocacy Day for Global Peace with Justice on “Trade Agreements & Human Rights: How Victimizers Sue Victims in Latin America.”
Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina has emerged as the region’s leading advocate for drug policy reform.
In the last edition of the Latin American Advisor, Sanho Tree lent his opinion to the ongoing hemispheric debate over drug legalization.