A rebuttal against a Guardian op-ed which argues that white, middle-class cocaine users are complicit in the violence of narcoterrorism and the drug war.
An overview with links for country-specific ETFs (exchange-traded funds) for expats looking for a relatively low-risk way to invest money in their new countries.
The latest edition illustrating the new prosperity in Peruvian economy highlights the tile floors installed at my local meat and produce market in Lima, Peru.
An expat in Nicaragua gives an overview on the Central American country in terms of food, weather, modernity, economy, crime, education and more.
Explaining the reasons why I sold Peru Reports, the English-language news service I founded which reported on politics, economics and more from Peru.
Ecuador-based analyst Justin Perry offers his insight why the referendum to impose presidential term limits is not the good news it seems to be.
“Another Ultimate Expat-Immigrant Test” is a second test to see whether you are an “expat” or an “immigrant” — and why race has nothing to do with it.
An essay challenging the conventional wisdom that Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro is inept, but rather a brilliant strategist and political operator.
After firing my first maidservant in January, our difficulty in finding a babysitter and domestic maidservant illustrates the changing economy in Peru.
Transcripts from two in-depth interviews from expats in Buenos Aires about life and inflation in Argentina under business-friendly President Mauricio Macri.
A look at unbelievably shoddy quality in a simple clothes rack which caused grave injury to my maidservant which required 10 stitches.
My latest piece on Caracas Chronicles explains why President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski is leading the region in calling for regime change in Venezuela.