International pressure on Venezuela is mounting as the country’s strongman, Nicolás Maduro, clamps down.
The Dutch government overrules the interim government of Curaçao, insisting that elections go forward.
The alliance between Cuba and Venezuela has weakened in recent years. Donald Trump could inadvertently restore it.
Congress approves a spending limit, but corruption and economic distress still overshadow Michel Temer’s presidency.
The Cuban leader’s main geopolitical accomplishment was keeping the island free from American domination.
The president is piecing together a revised peace accord after his original plan was voted down in a referendum.
Yearn though Colombians might for peace, fifty years of war has left them yearning even more for justice.
Colombians narrowly reject a peace deal with the FARC. A way forward is now hard to imagine.
The president’s impeachment will do little to lift Brazil’s economy out of recession or clean up its politics.
While the opposition demands a presidential recall, Nicolás Maduro declares a state of emergency.
Power shifts to the president’s unprincipled allies in the Brazilian Democratic Movement Party.
The country is apprehensive about liberalizing trade with a major exporter of agricultural products.