Hybrid Regimes in Latin America: El Salvador and Mexico
Two Latin America countries are currently transitioning from imperfect democracies to hybrid regimes: Mexico and El Salvador.
Lula, between changing scenarios and foreign policy blunders
Lula da Silva’s return to the presidency has raised great expectations. However, circumstances have changed compared to his previous mandates.
Chile: a tough acceptance of reality
In Chile, there has been an internal division of the ruling party’s original project, giving rise to what is currently known as “Boric’s two souls”.
Mexico: a democracy without millennials?
Young people are probably taking their protest to the digital world, where they may find greater resonance for their messages.
China-Latin America relations in retrospect
Economic, political and cultural relations between Latin America and China have increased since the presidency of Jiang Zemin.
The Bukele Method
A political experiment is underway that could give the country a “soft power” at the international level that it has never had before.
Peru: a fractured country
Peru became a fragmented country marked by irreconcilable interests and demands, where the most powerful sectors always prevail.
Mexico and Brazil’s double standards in their foreign policy
The ambiguous foreign policies of Brazil and Mexico give the impression of a lack of principles that do not facilitate regional cooperation and integration processes.
Lula’s foreign policy and the future of South American regionalism
Brazil is a key regional and global player, with one of the world’s leading economies and a prominent power in many aspects.
The new unwritten rules of presidential succession in Mexico
Since Mexico’s transition to democracy in 2000, no president has been able to impose his favorite candidate to succeed him.