Coauthor Adán Castro Oñorve
The world’s major cities are experiencing an increase in temperatures due to climate change, the lack of green areas and the heat island effect.
Coauthor Adán Castro Oñorve
The second plebiscite in just over a year to decide whether to change Chile’s current Constitution is approaching and, according to the polls, it seems to follow the same path as the first one.
The synthesis report of the technical phase has managed to summarize everything in 17 key messages. To be frank, it offers an unflattering picture of the results obtained to date.
Coauthors Luciana Fernandes Veiga and Vitória Peres
Questioning the fairness of the process is legitimate. However, what has been observed is the use of this discourse as a political strategy to delegitimize the electoral result.
Coauthors Ulf Thoene and Diego Dávila
The digital divide in Colombia, a country immersed in a complex post-conflict scenario, is a significant challenge as the digital lag is evident in various areas of the state.
The success of the new Argentine government will depend on the ability of the center-right to bring governance and good sense to the incoming administration.
The recent purge of more than 900 officials of the Nicaraguan Judicial System is one of the most significant structural changes that marked the beginning of the Ortega-Murillo-Laureano succession.
Pix, Brazil’s leading digital payment system, has revolutionized the market and could become the main means of payment in the medium term.
Coauthors Luís Carlos Petry and André Bakker da Silveira
Some children and young people frustrated with their social and emotional conditions, having lost all hope, seek refuge in misogynistic groups that reinforce their feelings.
In Latin America, restrictive monetary policies, as the effective and relevant means to control and reduce inflation, is a decision that is not objected to by governing boards or central banks.
The migrant processing centers outside the United States are not only overwhelmed, but have also failed to stem the flow of migrants along the risky routes.
Masculinist groups, boys and men who belittle and hate women based on a misogynistic logic, have conquered spaces in various communication channels and platforms.
Cuba suspended its United Nations Universal Periodic Review and many of the recommendations made to the State focused on human rights.
The new president will have to take care of the agenda of rights, which does not accept regressions. Tolerance and plurality will play a key role in the vision of state required by Argentina.
A new political cycle will begin in Argentina on December 10. How can we understand this true electoral earthquake?
As long as state weakness persists and economies do not progress, the region will be condemned to a seesawing between authoritarianism and democracy.