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Opinion: Chile’s president insists on gender ideology and free abortion

By Daniela Carrasco* (Opinion) One of Gabriel Boric's campaign promises to be elected as president of Chile was that he...

This Eden on the Colombian-Venezuelan border brings peace where hundreds were murdered

It is 1:47 PM. The typical Northern Colombian heat intensifies the dizzying smells of...

Opinion: new evidence exculpates former Bolivian President Jeanine Áñez

By Nitu Pérez Osuna* The use of the judiciary as an organ of persecution at the service of the Bolivian executive and its MAS party...

Opinion: the media and pollsters, the big losers of the first round in Brazil

By Orlando Avendaño* (Opinion) Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva won the first round of Brazil's elections on Sunday against his...

Opinion: from rejection to support – my very personal...

(Opinion) As a gay man, I used to reject Jair Bolsonaro from the bottom of my heart. Back in 2018,...

Opinion: welcome Mr. President, unfortunately your honeymoon will be short-lived

By Rocco Caldero (Opinion) What a wonderful country we have. I was born and to...

GringoView: Avoiding disaster, not with a bang but a nudge

(Opinion) Imagine a celestial David having to muscle an asteroidal Goliath away from its path towards a catastrophic collision with earth. While Hollywood has never been at a loss for Armageddon scenarios, none of them could...

Opinion: The risks and costs of the blackout for Brazil

By Wagner Victer Opinion: In 2001, we had a widespread energy shortage in our energy matrix due to a lack of rainfall and installed generation and transmission capacity. The Brazilian economy suffered a strong impact with a...

Opinion: Luis Arce’s UN speech is a monument to hypocrisy

By Mauricio Ríos García (Opinion) The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) is not usually the most eagerly anticipated event of the year, nor is it...

Opinion: Is Brazil’s growing private weapons arsenal a problem during the election?

(Opinion) "Firearms are a guarantee for the survival of the family," Jair Bolsonaro said at a public event in June to later add that "armed people will never be enslaved." A month later, he addressed women...

Opinion: Petro is making progress in implementing the Chavista model in Colombia

By Nitu Pérez Osuna* (Opinion) The chapter of a new war in Colombia has already been written for all to see as President Petro plays with criminal groups in search of "total peace." This time, an unprecedented...