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Costa Rican President delivers speech at the IX Summit of the Americas

The President of Costa Rica, Rodrigo Chaves Robles, gave his speech at the second plenary session of the IX Summit of the Americas in...

Former Latin American leaders condemn ‘breakdown in the rule of law’ in El Salvador

The declaration comes after El Salvador’s new Legislative Assembly voted Saturday to dismiss top Supreme Court judges who opposed populist President Nayib Bukele.

Businessman Guillermo Lasso wins Ecuadorian election, vows to change ‘destiny’

Lasso, 65, will inherit a pandemic-battered and debt-laden economy and a political system riven by gridlock when he takes over from the unpopular Lenin Moreno.

Chileans look to future after referendum to replace constitution

Chileans gleefully ripped up their Pinochet-era constitution in a weekend referendum, but the focus turned to the next chapter.

Bolivian President Evo Morales resigns after losing backing of security forces

Bolivian President Evo Morales resigned Sunday, caving in following three weeks of protests over his disputed re-election.

Messages promoting a coup d’état apparently came from Costa Rican police

Audio messages circulating on social media, apparently recorded by police officers upset about a new work schedule, propose a "golpe de Estado."

US signs trade deal with Argentina during Obama trip

The United States and Argentina sealed a major trade deal on the first day of President Barack Obama's visit Wednesday, bolstering the efforts of his counterpart to end a decade-and-a-half of international financial isolation.

El Salvador ex-President Francisco Flores has irreversible brain damage

El Salvador's former President Francisco Flores, who faces trial accused of embezzling millions of dollars in aid money for earthquake victims, has irreversible brain damage after suffering a stroke, doctors said Thursday.

The tides of Latin American populism

Many are speculating that the “pink tide” of populism, which has pushed the region to the left over the last 15 years, now is turning. But is it really populism that these countries are rejecting?

Latin America’s populist collapse cheered with foreign inflows

It's been a tough run for Latin American leftists, and investors couldn't be happier.

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