(Abridged, because I’m traveling)
October 26, 2022
- Oliver Stuenkel, “What if Jair Bolsonaro Wins?” (Getulio Vargas Foundation, Americas Quarterly, October 26, 2022).
Once deemed unlikely, reelection would allow Brazil’s president to double down on his cultural agenda and bring an uncertain outlook for foreign policy and the economy
- Daniela Diaz, “Un Indigena Es Asesinado Cada Cuatro Dias en Colombia” (El Pais (Spain), October 26, 2022).
La Comisión Nacional de Territorios Indígenas alerta del aumento en las masacres y homicidios contra los pueblos indígenas durante el 2021
- Ines Santaeulalia, “Petro Playing Both Sides in Colombia-Us Relations” (El Pais (Spain), October 26, 2022).
The president is reaching out to Washington on issues like energy and drug policy, yet maintaining an anti-American rhetoric to appease his voter base back home
- Maria Puga, “12 Anos de Lucha Incansable por la Verdad y la Justicia” (El Universal (Mexico), October 26, 2022).
Mi familia es una de muchas afectadas por la impunidad de la que goza la Patrulla Fronteriza de los Estados Unidos
- Antonio MarÍa Delgado, Michael Wilner, “Biden Stands Aside as Revolt Brews Against Juan Guaido in Venezuela” (The Miami Herald, October 26, 2022).
“The United States continues to recognize Juan Guaidó as the interim government of Venezuela,” a U.S. national security official said. “If the Venezuelan opposition decides to do away with the interim government, it is their decision”