Internet voting encourages citizen participation
Internet voting encourages electoral participation and improves transparency and trust in the electoral process.
Latin America sidesteps energy transition
Many countries in the region continue to grant huge benefits to the oil industry.
The road to authoritarianism in Peru is affirmed
Already in its third month, Dina Boluarte’s government leaves little doubt about its authoritarian profile.
Appearances in the Post-Truth Era
Misinformation is so old that it predates the human species itself. But the radius of reach of digital social networks, their capillarity and speed have no precedent.
What is the place of culture in Lula’s new government?
Contemporary development strategies based on the economy of culture and knowledge must be translated into cross-cutting and cross-sectoral public policies.
Daniel Ortega’s pressure cooker
Today there is no dissent allowed in Nicaragua. For how long this situation can be maintained?
Inflation and rising interest rates: a false solution?
High profits for some business groups show that under high inflation not everyone loses.
Ecuador and the migratory boom 2.0
Recently, a series of catastrophic events have changed Ecuador’s “migratory landscape”.
Fires and Pyrocene as a masterpiece of modern reason
They are caused, above all, by the deliberate burning of grasslands and extreme drought, exacerbated by climate change.
“Brazil is back”: the return of the South on Lula’s agenda
President Lula da Silva’s victory in the elections has improved Brazil’s image abroad.