Americas

The Privilege of Receiving Education in Latin America During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic forced governments to urgently adopt policies to deal with the crisis, but in many cases, this strongly affected areas such as education.…

Chelsea Barker

Aerolíneas Argentinas: A Curse or a Blessing?

Having a flag carrier, an airline owned by the government, undeniably boosts a country's sovereignty over its national airspace, allowing the government to organise and exploit the skies however they consider it is best.…

Fernanda Ciliberti

The Favouritism in Brazilian Politics That Has Made Way for a Dangerous President

Jair Bolsonaro is arguably Brazil’s most problematic President. He also often expresses opinions on women and his political opponents which demonstrate extreme misogyny and employ violent militaristic rhetoric.…

Callum Sutherland

All Hell Broke Loose with a Dozen Eggs: the Real Price of an Interview

Protests in Colombia have continued for over a week now, but why did they start in the first place? Protests throughout Colombia have erupted in the past week, which started essentially to oppose the government’s tax reform but have now evolved into the demands for multiple problems.…

Anonymous

Mexico’s Gang Epidemic: the Deadly Outbreak Threatening to Overwhelm Society

Mexico registered its highest homicide rate in history in 2018, recording a 12% increase from 2017. Joshua Guillen explores the country's problem with gang violence.…

Joshua Guillen

Peace or Justice?: Colombia’s FARC Trials’ Struggle to Juggle Accountability with Reconciliation

As armed tensions escalate, Columbia's Justicia Especial para la Paz finds itself walking the wire between justice and reconciliation, with the prospect of renewed conflict an ever-looming threat.…

Alexeï Delanghe