Since the end of the Cold War, organized crime has increasingly become the main source of revenue for terrorist groups around the world.
There are regions known as bellwethers, which by the composition of their population reflect political trends on a national scale.
Coauthor Melissa Martins Casagrande
The increase in the number of refugee applications has not translated into more processing, resulting in a growing waiting list.
The upcoming internal elections will take place in a complex context for political parties and the Superior Court of Electoral Justice.
Improving the EU-Latin America relations becomes imperative if Europe wants to regain international leadership and Latin America not to accentuate its peripheral situation or take sides between antagonistic positions.
In Brazil, racism is maintained through a sophisticated mechanism of “deracialization” of reality.
In 2022, the hacktivist group has breached police and military information systems in Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Mexico and Peru and companies in several countries in the region.
Over the last decade, we have seen political fracking grow at a disturbing rate, where certain actors fracture and pollute society for their own benefit.
A recent report by the World Meteorological Organization highlights that greenhouse gases have reached record levels, which is translating into serious consequences for the planet.
After the economic expansion and relative recovery recorded in 2021, the region will return to the low growth due to the repercussions of the war between Russia and Ukraine.
It is usual for criminal and state power to feed back into each other in societies where organized crime exercises informal sovereignty over populations historically abandoned by the state.
In climate subjects, despite the fact that scientific knowledge is resounding, some insist on alternative narratives.
This year marks the centenary of the birth of Victoria Santa Cruz (1922-2014), an icon of Afro-Peruvian culture and exponent of African influence in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The normalization of relations is not being achieved at the desired speed, despite the political will of both governments.
With the rise of Xi Jinping, everything began to change. Now China is a giant that rivals diplomatically, objects to the global order, does not submit to anyone’s scrutiny and does not tolerate criticism.
The president, who feels cornered and is losing his capacity for political reaction, is appealing to the relentless increase in polarization.