Brazil’s Chance to Lead

The crisis in Venezuela poses a national security threat, leaving Brazil little choice but to take action.

When and Why the Suppliers of Oil Matter

More often than not, it doesn’t matter where oil comes from. But the exceptions to this rule can be critical.

Venezuela Election Results

Dec. 7, 2015 The degree to which MUD can challenge President Nicola Maduro and redirect the Venezuelan government depends on how much of a majority it holds in the National Assembly.

Argentina Moves to the Right Following Election


Nov. 24, 2015 The election of center-right candidate Mauricio Macri has provoked a sense of optimism about the country’s future.

Daily Memo: Preparing for Trade After the Lockdown

Many countries are already easing off their restrictions.

Daily Memo: Arms in Libya, Clashes in Ukraine

The European Union wants to step up efforts to enforce an arms embargo on Libya.

The Coronavirus and the Rural-Urban Divide

The pandemic will deepen differences between the urban and the rural.

The World in 2019: A Year on the Edge

One era is ending and another will soon begin.