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Displacement and accumulation have characterized Ortega’s Nicaragua. Can the tycoons expect more of the same in his fourth consecutive term?
La Nicaragua de Ortega se ha caracterizado por el despojo y la acumulación. ¿Pueden esperar los potentados una continuidad con su cuarto mandato presidencial?
When will the Biden administration change its pattern of ignoring blatant human rights violations and the deterioration of democracy in Latin America?
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The results of Argentina's November 14 elections included the right-wing coalition Juntos handily defeating incumbent party Frente de Todos. The socialist left also became the third national force and the far-right emerged as a new player.
Days before the elections in Honduras, many living outside the country worry they won’t be allowed to cast their ballots on November 28.
Growing voter apathy underlines the need for change in Venezuelan politics.
La creciente apatía de los votantes destaca la necesidad de cambiar la manera de hacer política en Venezuela.
At stake in Honduras’s upcoming general election is the continuity or rupture of the neoliberal, authoritarian pact between political and economic elites.
Opposition lawmakers in Brazil voted in favor of charging the president with crimes against humanity for downplaying and mishandling the pandemic.
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Opposition leaders have revived the MUD to participate at the ballot box. Will opposition voters end their boycott too?