Meanwhile, the People’s Summit for Democracy stands up for the people of Latin America, and against the U.S. policy of isolationism.
With legislative and presidential elections coming up in Colombia, the supposedly “oldest democracy in Latin America” will see if it can consolidate the most precarious and recent peace on the continent.
An op-ed by Juan Grabois, an important leader in Argentina’s political left, about U.S. corporate efforts to defang an Argentine environmental law.
With Lula da Silva’s return to active politics, a clash between the moderate left and right-wing populism is in the cards.
Vijay Prashad and John Ross discuss the partnership that is being strengthened between countries in Latin America and China at a moment of increased pressure due to the US trade war against China
Regional governments from both right and left see the BRI as lucrative and free of political interference