One region, all voices


Limits of “just war” and the necessary condemnation

Most Latin American governments opt for silence before the atrocities in other regions, such as the wars in Ukraine and the Middle East, either because of the 19th-century "self-determination of peoples" or the fear of being judged internationally by the same yardstick.

Towards a New Era of the Nation-State and the United Nations

In the complex scenario of international relations in the 21st century, it is essential to reconsider strategies in the face of current interstate tensions.

One Year of War: Latin America and the Kremlin’s Narrative

In Latin America, positions that frankly support or minimize criticism about the Kremlin's agenda are in good health.

Ukraine, one year later: perspectives of the conflict

Every day this war is protracted increases the moral responsibility on the international community as a whole.

War and peace in Ukraine: For a return to the status quo antebellum 

An effort to address the ethnopolitical claims of pro-Russian groups could eventually be made by seeking to address demands for increasing autonomy within the Ukrainian State.

Latin American leaders’ reaction to the Russian invasion

After the invasion, most Latin American governments categorically rejected the use of force in the resolution of the conflict; however, as was to be expected, the authoritarian governments of the region closed ranks in support of Russia.