America seems reluctant in accepting the fairly benign fact that countries do not like to be dictated to and thus misses opportunities for creating new dialogues. This is especially prominent in explaining the poor relationship at the moment with Russia.

A thought on how the electoral behavior is determined

Political science has included many reports, highlights, thoughts and methods which seek to analyze the electoral behavior of contemporary sociaties. The conclusions seem to be decisive electoral incentives, which are formed in view of elections.

With global economic conditions more challenging, Latin America needs to pursue reforms and policies to improve productivity, address persistent inequality and promote inclusion.

Some of Latin America’s countries may be on the verge of major changes, according to policy-makers, industry leaders and analysts at the 10th World Economic Forum on Latin America.

Energy sector leaders from business and government agreed that Latin America can and will increase energy production, despite lower global prices.

Senior Cuban officials told that the government is eager to receive foreign investment, and has taken measures to make Cuba an attractive investment destination. The meeting was a historic one for the country, which has recently initiated diplomatic relations with the US after half a century.

While the evolving global context is more challenging, Latin America is poised to take advantage of continuing opportunities for growth.

With Latin American and Caribbean countries facing a more competitive and volatile global economy, implementing necessary reforms will build their resilience and allow them to achieve the next level of development, the leaders of Mexico, Panama and Haiti told over 750 business, government and civil society leaders in the opening session of the 10th World Economic Forum on Latin America.

The Pacific Alliance is not even three years old but has already made remarkable progress towards integrating the economies of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru, and opening them to the world.

Cecil Rhodes, the 19th century British businessman and the architect of Apartheid, once said that to be born an Englishman was to have “won first prize in the lottery of life”. On another occasion he said: “I contend that we are the first race in the world, and that the more of the world we inhabit the better it is for the human race.”


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