Ultra-right politician Javier Milei will face Sergio Massa in a run-off election in Argentina on November 19 amid currency devaluation and growing indebtedness. A feminist analysis brings the stakes of the vote into focus.
El candidato ultraderechista Javier Milei se enfrentará a Sergio Massa en una segunda vuelta electoral en Argentina el 19 de noviembre. Un análisis feminista pone de relieve lo que está en juego en la votación.
Viewed in light of Latin America's recent progressive wave, diverging electoral results in Ecuador and Argentina generate hope and uncertainty.
Los resultados electorales en Ecuador y Argentina generan esperanza e incertidumbre desde el ciclo progresista que se ha instaurado los últimos años en América Latina.
President Nayib Bukele leverages an antagonistic stance against El Salvador’s past to consolidate his political power.
Legal U.S. firearm sales to Latin American countries are on the rise, arming violent actors in Mexico, Guatemala, and elsewhere. U.S. gun export policies need more than tweaking.
Mareike Winchell’s ethnography of post-hacienda life in Bolivia’s Ayopaya province reveals the complex afterlives of servitude, but fails to weigh the comparative scale between deference and refusal.
Despite Colombia’s deep historical ties to both Israel and the United States, Petro has been one of the most outspoken leaders in support of Palestine, calling for peace both at home and abroad.
Peronism made a comeback in Argentina’s first-round presidential election. Libertarian Javier Milei failed to secure an outright win and now faces Sergio Massa in the runoff.
The Dominican government's attempt to reinforce its hegemony over the border river unleashed unexpected resistance in Haiti.