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RE: Argentine govt OK’s media group’s breakup plan

By: Joel Christensen, Research Associate at Council on Hemispheric Affairs

Dear Editor, In “Argentine govt OK’s media group’s breakup plan” (February 17), the Miami Herald reports that Grupo Clarín, one of Latin America’s leading media…

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COHA Report: Drones in Latin America

By: W. Alejandro Sanchez, Senior Research Fellow at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs

For a PDF version of this report click here.  Over the past several years, drone usage has become increasingly widespread, not solely among global military…

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The Two Worlds of Buenos Aires: Macri’s Legacy of Inequality

The Two Worlds of Buenos Aires: Macri’s Legacy of Inequality

By: Thomas Abbot, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs

[This article has received very minor edits in response to valid points raised in the comments. Please see COHA's comment below to see what was...

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Water and Sovereignty throughout the Western Hemisphere

Water and Sovereignty throughout the Western Hemisphere

By: Thomas Abbot, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs

  While water issues are quite complex, among the most common themes running through the treatment of water in the Western Hemisphere are issues of…

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Uruguayan First Lady Should Condemn All Perpetrators of Violence, the Military as well as the Tupamaros

Uruguayan First Lady Should Condemn All Perpetrators of Violence, the Military as well as the Tupamaros

By: William Kinney, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs

In an October 3 interview with The Associated Press, Uruguayan First Lady and former guerrilla activist Lucía Topolansky was asked about the past justification for…

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Latin America Extends a Helping Hand to Europe

By: Olga Imbaquingo, Research Fellow at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs

Mass unemployment and a hard quest for fiscal austerity have led Europe to the brink of abyss. This situation resonates with the “lost decade” in…

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