The U.S. needs to alter its association of vast amounts of money to commitment and success. Poverty eradication and robust economic partnerships with Latin America will not be achieved through money alone.
Category: Latin America
Instead of sticking with commodity production based on traditional currency, one country aims to reshape all transactions with this contemporary technology: El Salvador.
While too abstract to be an explicitly codified principle, the concept of machismo is present on a social, economic, and political level.
The lack of political will and neighboring cooperation to promote integrity inevitably ensues havoc within a country—such as mismanagement of natural resources, poverty, and social unrest. This is a state of affairs that Central America has cyclically encountered.
“In the unity of our nations rests the glorious future of our peoples”- Simón Bolívar
China’s Huawei was struggling to secure a chance to bid for Brazil’s new 5G network, but Brazil’s dire need for vaccines might give China a new advantage.
With foreign investors pulling out of Latin America’s uncertain economy, China has swooped in to buy these low-cost companies as opposed to pricy European and U.S. American investments.
The apparent rise of gender-based homicide has impelled Latin American countries to legally distinguish the crime as “femicide.”
A military coup backed by the United States resulted in widespread torture, disappearances, and suppression of dissident thought. Argentina’s Dirty War is considered one of the most overt modern crusades of state-sponsored terrorism.
Latin American waters have fallen prey to China’s economic pandering, particularly Ecuador, Peru, and Chile. China’s fishing exploitation is heedless towards ecologically sensitive waters, especially the Galapagos Islands, revered for its unique flora and fauna. In one month, 300 fishing vessels have spent a total of 73,000 hours fishing off of the Galapagos coasts.