My latest piece on Caracas Chronicles explains why President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski is leading the region in calling for regime change in Venezuela.
An analysis of what President Donald Trump may have planned for socialist dictator President Nicolas Maduro’s regime in Venezuela.
A look at the quiet, foreign intervention imposed by neighbors of Gambia to depose a president who refused to go.
A look at the major shift in attitudes toward public corruption in Latin America.
Excerpts from Isabel Allende’s novel, “The House of the Spirits,” serve as an excellent look at what inspires socialists’ alleged “economic wars.”
A look at how the city of Medellin has fared in its quest to become the “Silicon Valley of Latin America.”
Explaining how Venezuela’s political crisis is now a “warm war” with highlights from the first day.
A gringo roundtable of analysis on the Colombia-FARC peace agreement from various journalists in Colombia.
My take on ousted President Dilma Rousseff’s inappropriate reaction to her impeachment by Brazil’s congress.
My attempt to moderate the neoliberals’ glee at the “receding pink tide” in Latin America, because growing opposition to free trade is a greater obstacle.
After a trip to Costa Rica fell through for unforeseen visa requirements for the Peruvian wife, I pose the question: does Montevideo, Uruguay suck?
How to transfer citizenship to your foreign-born children and a primer on “moral turpitude” in a glowing review of the US embassy in Peru.
The story of my first legal action in Latin America, a claim to recover the security deposit for an apartment in Lima, Peru.
Explaining why I think Venezuela will see a dictator in its transition whether it be toward a market economy or further state control.