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  • Aaron Escobar

    U.S.-Cuba Thaw Stepping Stone to Expanded Latin America Trade

  • Agência Brasil

    Why Brazil Is Its Own Worst Enemy

  • In Venezuela, the U.S. Can Gain More by Doing Less

  • Bouncing Parliament: Surveillance by Emergency in the UK

  • Jolanda Flubacher

    Dilma Rousseff likely to be Reelected, So Why are Brazilians Celebrating?

  • Dirty Wars and Football: The Ghost of General Videla

  • via Facebook

    The Internet’s First Town Meeting?

  • Latin American Liaison: A Pursuit for Indian Ascendency?

  • Official Website

    The Iran End Game: Nuclear Non-Ethics in Action

  • Frenemies forever: Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin will clash over Syria at G20. Pete Souza/White House

    Obama vs. Putin as G20 Meets in Syria’s Shadow

  • Pope Francis: Who Am I to Judge?

  • Brazil in Protest: To what End?

  • Malaise in the WTO

  • Official Website

    Understanding Hugo Chávez’s Legacy

  • BRICS, the United States and Africa

  • Jon Rawlinson

    Massive Health Care Needs in Africa

  • U.S. Foreign Policy and Africa: The Next Four Years

  • Martin H. Simon/EPA

    Heeding the Echoes of History as Global Leadership Shifts

  • Liberian children hold Chinese flags before the arrival of China's President Hu Jintao in Monrovia in 2007. Christopher Herwig/Reuters

    U.S. and Chinese Interests on African Security

  • Emerging Powers expand ties with Africa

  • Brazil as a Positive Force in Africa

  • Mohamed Morsi with Ahmadinejad and Singh in Tehran, Iran.  Source: Al Jazeera

    Iran and the Non-Aligned Movement’s Struggle for Relevance

  • Computer circuit board being manufactured

    China’s Rare Earth Export Restrictions

  • China’s Involvement in Mozambique

  • Screenshot

    Review: Iara Lee’s ‘Cultures of Resistance’

  • People’s Bank of China (PBOC) in Beijing. Sim Chi Yin/Bloomberg

    The Chinese Central Bank’s Delicate Tap Dance

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  • Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Ecuador. Photo: Miguel Ángel Romero

    Is the Developing World Abandoning Iran?

  • Enrique Peña Nieto has Much to Prove in Mexico

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  • The Moral Obligation Next Door

  • Subtracting from Rio+20: The Continuing Problem

  • Despite Lack of Firm Commitments, Rio+20 Climate Summit Prods On

  • Pete Souza/White House

    Latin America Delivers A Swift Kick

  • Latin America’s Shift on Drug Policy

  • Risk with Great Reward in South America

  • Álvaro Colom, the former president of Guatemala greets Juan Manuel Santos, the president of Colombia.  Photo: Luis Echeverría

    The Promise of Colombia

  • Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton announcing new economic sanctions targeting Iran as Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner listens on, at the State Department in Washington

    Coming Up: A Tehran Communiqué?

  • President Barack Obama prior to the APEC summit in Yokohama, Japan, Nov. 13, 2010. Pete Souza/White House

    A Need for Pan-Asian Institutions in Asia

  • Do Country Acronyms have a Meaningful Place in a Dynamic World?

  • A (Real) Turning Point in U.S.-Latin American Relations?