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An Alternative Future: Buen vivir’s Economic and Political Implication in South America

An alternative approach of development stemming from the cosmo-visions of the Quechua peoples of the Andes’s sumak kawsay, the Aymara of Bolivia’s suma qamana,...

Five Latin American States Abstained at UN’s Ukraine Resolution and Here is Why

During the special emergency session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on March 2nd, only five Latin American states renounced from condemning Russia’s...

New Latin American Left and its complex trajectories

Authors: Ash Narain Roy and Shimone Jaini The rise and fall of a leftist government in Latin America evoke passion, nostalgia, optimism and rhetorical exuberance...

Bolivia elections, an opportunity to defuse extreme polarization

The UN’s top human rights official has called on all actors in Bolivia to remain calm and refrain from any action that could undermine...

Two paths before Latin America: Democracy or dictatorship

The Latin American region is at a crossroads, with a choice not between the political left or the right; between socialism or capitalism, it...

The power of symbolism: Mexico’s Foreign Policy

A few weeks ago, the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) took the decision to grant asylum to Evo Morales after he fled the...

Bolivia takes steps to protect its rich natural landscapes and strengthen environmental practices

With terrain ranging from dense Amazon rainforest to sweeping deserts and soaring mountain ranges, Plurinational State of Bolivia is often hailed as one of the most...

The coup in Bolivia shines yet more dark light on America

Just when one might have thought things geopolitical might be about to turn for the better, which means the worldwide geopolitical nightmare engineered by the U.S....

Floods, Fires, Coups and Impeachment Make a Busy Week

Venice is flooded.  The water is hip high in St. Mark's Square threatening the church and the expensive shops and restaurants on its perimeter.  The mayor...

South American future from Obama to Trump

Due to Donald Trump’s victory in the Presidential election this November North American foreign policy will experience radical changes. The new government creates hopes...

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