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The dark side of Nicaragua

We fell into the trap of believing that Nicaragua was doing well.

Costa Rica’s guilty voters

One Costa Rican voter's shame at betraying her party roots.

President ‘Carlitos’ and Costa Rica’s generational shift

He's young enough to understand the digital generation, but young enough that maybe he's even lived outside of a condominium.

Goodbye, Fabricio!

The PRN campaign was crumbling with each passing day, while on the other side things looked more boring, less spectacular, but more balanced.

In Costa Rica, friends didn’t fight over politics; those days are gone

We’re a more unequal society, grumpier, more distrustful.

How Juan Diego Castro is turning Costa Rica upside down

The evolution of an unprecedented candidate in 10 paragraphs.

January’s here and the gloves are off: Costa Rica’s true campaign begins

The electoral “truce” is over, but it wasn’t much of a truce, for two reasons. First, before the mandatory ad-free period began over Christmas,...

Costa Rica’s elections 2018: a primer

In days of yore, Costa Rican elections were called a “fiesta electoral,” a celebration of democracy where many Costa Ricans were fiercely and visibly...

Costa Rica’s cement scandal isn’t over, but public trust is unquestionably damaged

The problem is that because of our history, in Costa Rica, we don’t know how to live in a state of distrust. And the lessons of other countries that have gone down this road are not an experience any of us want to repeat.

Costa Rica, ‘fake news’ and the Trump effect: We are unprepared

"The problem is that various Costa Rican politicians, and maybe those of other countries as well, have seen that this formula works."

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