One region, all voices


This is how chess is played: Latin American politics beyond borders

Transnational party organizations, although not popularly recognized, have grown and may become a hope for confronting authoritarian discourses of the left and right.

The Internet Blackout Day

The global network blackout on January 18, 2012, was a political act driven by thousands of digital platforms, not a technical problem.

Reactionary Drift on the Global Right

Signs of a global shift towards conservative policies, from the illiberal right and left, are increasingly visible.

Messi: (de)territorialization of celebration and social networks

Messi has been so politically correct throughout his career, meticulously avoiding any kind of political statement, that his acceptance as a global commodity has been natural.

COP27: Latin America and the largest emitters

The politicization of the climate agenda by the world's largest emitters is worrisome. Therefore, a strategic repositioning of Latin America and the Caribbean is necessary.

What has Qatar 2022 told us about global democracy?

The World Cup in Qatar was marked by controversy. From the controversial awarding of the emirate as host to the living conditions of thousands of migrant workers, to the threats to the players in case they joined some demonstration.