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Dan Erikson writes that voters disenchanted by the failure of previous leaders to curb crime and corruption created an opening for a fresh, new face.

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Dan Erikson posts on issues that lie at the heart of Guyana’s tumultuous political situation.

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Dan Erikson reflects on the 50th anniversary of the dedication ceremony for the statue of Benito Juárez, the former president of Mexico and anti-imperialist icon, who overlooks an intersection a few blocks from the White House in Washington, DC.

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Dan Erikson analyzes the Trump administration's expectations for the new Brazil government's willingness to maintain a strong stance in opposition to Chinese engagement with Latin America.

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Dan Erikson analyzes the approval by Cuba’s National Assembly of a new constitution for a national referendum on February 24, 2019, which would mark the country’s biggest political overhaul in a generation.

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Dan Erikson analyzes the change of governing style in Mexico, the U.S.'s third-largest trading partner.

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Dan Erikson analyzes the results of the Brazil presidential election victory of right-wing nationalist Jair Bolsonaro's 55%–45% win.

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Dan Erikson describes the backdrop and ramifications of Brazil's first-round presidential election results.

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Dan Erikson is interviewed about the United Nations General Assembly.

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Dan Erikson summarizes efforts by the United States to focus on recent decisions by Latin American countries to no longer recognize Taiwan.

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Dan Erikson writes about China's growing political and economic ties in Latin America, a topic of increasing debate and concern among analysts and policy makers in the United States.

(Article in Spanish)

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Kathy Bonk, President of the Communications Consortium

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