The normally loquacious Chávez has been almost silent since emergency surgery in Cuba on June 10th.
Coca cultivation is down in Colombia! But guess what is true about Peru?
Obama is visiting Brazil and Chile while American fighting men join the coalition against Libya.
Would troops to Mexico help in the drug war?
Venezuela have reached a series of agreement on energy. Should the US be concerned?
After two months deep underground, thirty-three Chilean miners are finally back home.
Nine months after a devastating earthquake hit Haiti, more than a billion dollars in reconstruction aid still hasn’t reached the country.
Mary Anastasia O’Grady takes Jeffery Golodberg to task over his interview with Fidel Castro. Much hilarity (or, at least, poor analysis) ensues.
Fidel Castro is back in the public eye, but he’s singing a slightly different tune now.
Elation at discovering 33 miners still alive after over two weeks of looking for them is giving way to the reality that it will take roughly 4 months to get them out.
Colombia’s Constitutional Court has struck down a US basing rights deal.
Remember when dealing with the utterances of Hugo Chávez that you should take them with a grain of salt (or twelve).
Colombia has sworn in a new president. And so begins the Santos era as the Uribe era heads for the history books.
Since 9/11 there has been a steady trickle of stories about jihadists hooking up with Latin American drug cartels and the like. Here is a guide of story points that can help you identify when such a story is almost certainly bogus.