- Daily Brief
- December 13, 2019
Decades of grievances have spilled over into violent street demonstrations calling for major reforms.
The battle between the executive and the legislature is testing the country’s institutional resilience.
The US-backed opposition and sanctions have failed to push Maduro from office, leading to a stalemate.
The country’s new president will embrace the opportunity to crack down on the drug trade.
President Trump’s hostility towards trade deficits could sink the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Elections and trade will dominate the geopolitical discourse in the Americas in 2018.
Meet the new boss. Same as the old boss. But can Pinera deliver fresh economic growth?
Overturning the protected status for foreign nationals will hasten the northern exodus of migrants.
Disillusionment with mainstream political parties is driving Brazilians to extremist options.
It was once Latin America’s richest country. Now Venezuelans are running low on food – and patience.
Despite being barred from seeking another term Evo Morales is forging ahead with reelection plans for 2019.
What will President Trump’s first year bring for the continent?