The society of exhaustion consolidates the abundance with respect to formulas that, chronologically speaking are not so old, would seem to carry an unbearable longevity.
Although Latin America is very heterogeneous and complex, the headlines that reflected the events in the region during the year that is ending can be summarized in a dozen, one per month, which remain as a summary of what happened while dictating the agenda for 2023. According to the CAF-Development Bank, while the richest 10% … Continued
Although democracy is not at its best, elections do not seem to be at the core of reasons for concern to assume that democracy is undergoing a state of fatigue.
Politics not only cannot be understood without the uses and understandings of the soccer universe, but it also makes use of them for its performance.
Lula has the support of a political party he founded four decades ago, which maintains a certain solvency in the political landscape and has the support of some traditional Brazilian politicians.
Costa Rica has broken with certain past practices such as bipartisanship and the survival of a traditional political class and has fully immersed itself in the new political times that have diluted the relatively stable frameworks that existed until a few years ago.
The recent Colombian elections and the predictions regarding the outcome of the Brazilian elections in October allow us to ask, as we pointed out fifteen years ago, what is the meaning of these changes.
In view of the previous failures and the murky preamble to the next Summit of the Americas, there is an urgent need to build a new logic of interaction.
It would seem that the war in Eastern Europe, except for the impact of the related economic crisis and the expectations of a “new global order”, is a foreign issue for Latin America.
The pace at which political activity tends to devour those who engage in it is an issue about which we have fewer data than we should.