By Gretel Cuevas VerdinLatin America Analyst Millions of voters across Mexico went to the polls last Sunday to participate in the largest election in Mexican history. With more than 21,000 contested positions in all three levels of government, this election represented the consolidation or fracture of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s political project. With allContinue reading “A Day to Remember: Mexico’s largest elections in history”
By Gretel Cuevas Latin America Analyst The race for the coronavirus vaccine has been far from equitable with rich countries hoarding as many doses as they can while developing countries struggle to get a few. While the European Union, the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom have pre-ordered at least twice the doses toContinue reading “Vaccine diplomacy: Russia and China gain influence in Latin America as the US & EU engage in vaccine hoarding”
By José Luis Reséndiz Latin America Analyst The sustainable economic recovery in Latin America is a challenge that leaders may regret not to take up seriously and on time. Unfortunately, the violence and inequality crises from the last decades have led to the wrong perception that the pandemic is just a transitory issue. The regionContinue reading “The gamble of failing on greening the Latin American financial system”
Latin America analyst Gretel Verdin shares her thoughts on the key issues for the Latin America region in 2020 which include: Covid-19, Economic issues, Crisis in Peru.