On January 15th, the World Health Organization (WHO) released its annual list of the Top 10 Threats to Global Health that it pledged to combat…View More Anti-Vaxxers Are Taking Over the World – but not the way you think
While the world is consumed with Brexit, Trump’s scandals, and numerous Twitter wars, the political turmoil in Venezuela remains a cogent yet underrepresented issue. Politicians…View More Who is Juan Guaidó?
Gustavo Viegas takes us through the trial of Joaquín Guzmán and why a lifetime in prison for ‘El Chapo’ won’t be nearly enough to solve the drug cartel problem in Latin America.View More Narcos: El Chapo’s Trial and Drug Violence in Latin America
Here’s a thought; There is almost an undoubtedle chancethat something you have used today is madefrom the hands of modern-day slaves. Commonly used materials such…View More Who Picked Your Cotton?
Latin America has a problem with populism. From Bolivia’s Evo Morales to Venezuela’s Hugo Chávez, from Nicaragua’s Daniel Ortega to Brazil’s Luiz Inácio Lula da…View More ‘Winter is coming’: Argentina’s most recent crisis
By the end of the twentieth century, the progress of democracy seemed almost inevitable. Waves of democratic expansion had taken place after World War II,…View More Democracy under Threat? : Bolivia as a Latin American Case Study
With elections due to take place in several key Latin American countries before 2018 is out, there is certainly a lot at stake – both…View More Colombia: A polarized country ahead of key elections
The 30th of November marked the one-year anniversary of the signing and entry into force of the peace agreement between the Government of Colombia and…View More A Year of Peace: Has the Situation in Colombia Improved?
Brazil, a country mired in political and economic turmoil, has an uncertain future. Michel Temer, formerly the vice president, is the current president. He ascended…View More Brazil: A Democracy in Crisis?
The crisis in Venezuela is one that has been building for a while and has now come to a head. The rising conflict is between…View More Is History Doomed to Repeat Itself in Venezuela?
On 1 October, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro criticised Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy for his attempts to suppress Catalonia’s independence vote. Whether Maduro’s comments were…View More Venezuela: The Death of a Democracy
Early in his tenure as Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson asserted that the reorganization of USAID and the State Department would be his priority. The…View More Making Aid Great Again: The Restructuring of USAID