One region, all voices


The recomposition of the international order: a new Tordesillas?

We seem to be approaching a new attempt to establish spheres of influence, but with serious and spurious consequences for most of the peoples, nations and states of the world.

The Americas lose a friend

With former US President Jimmy Carter in hospice care, Latin America and the Caribbean are about to lose a respectful interlocutor who cared deeply about the region.   

Armenian presence in Latin America

Coauthor Júlia Tordeur The community of citizens of Armenian origin in Latin America, although not the largest, stands out as one of the most active, heterogeneous and influential in the region.

The problem of simplified analogies

New forms of misinformation about the history of fascism are occurring in the United States and Europe, and they are not only coming from Russia. The main and most ominous distortion of fascism came to a head with the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

The “discovery” of Machu Picchu and the duel of narratives

According to the official website of the Machu Picchu National Park, "the city was never lost, as it was occasionally visited and inhabited," which contrasts with Bingham's account of his declared "discovery" of the region.

About the “Améfrica” Quilombos

Since the recent anti-racist mobilizations in the United States and Latin American countries, there has been a strengthening of the black and feminist movements in Brazil as well as a resumption of the debate on race. Within this framework, there has been a resurgence of interest in ideas and theories of the past.