Some quick hits.
- Colombia has sworn in its new president, Gustavo Petro via the BBC: The moment Colombia’s new president is sworn into office.
- La Prensa Latina reports on some of his first day activities: Colombia’s Petro begins presidency with stress on LatAm unity.
- Via El Tiempo it is reported that the outgoing Colombian president, Ivan Duque, is getting a job at the Wilson Center: El expresidente Iván Duque trabajará en Estados Unidos, ¿cuál será su labor?
- NPR notes that Republicans have long feuded with the mainstream media. Now many are shutting them out. This evolution is not healthy for the republic, insofar as it further polarizes information dissemination and increases the degree to which different citizens are in different info bubbles.
- Via the NYT: In Wisconsin, G.O.P. Voters Demand the Impossible: Decertifying 2020.
- Via Alaska Public Radio: Why Republicans in Alaska’s first ranked choice election reserve their venom for each other.
- Via the BBC: Brazilians march in defence of democracy over Bolsonaro election fears