The latest news on Latin America
After Hugo Chavez's death, the Obama administration must stand with the people of Venezuela by publicly defending democratic principles.
As the white smoke clears, Italy—and the rest of Europe's—monopoly on the papacy seems to have ended, at least for a time.
MEXICO CITY (AP) — The famous words uttered to announce that a leader of the Catholic Church has been chosen now have special resonance for Latin America, which had felt neglected by the Vatican and has finally produced the New World's first pope.
The closeness of Venezuela's ties to the Iranian regime are suddenly an open question
It remains to be seen whether Venezuela will now change course and return to democratic pluralism and a free market economic system.
Hugo Chávez's death is a chance to improve ties between the United States and Latin America.
It is unlikely Brazil will be able to extend its influence beyond Latin America.
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These rankings show how American universities compare with other institutions of higher learning.