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Miguel Bergasa's 'Glances over Latin America' opens at Espaciofoto Gallery in Madrid

3 hours agoArts : Artdaily

With "Glances over Latin America" Espaciofoto Gallery (Viriato, 53, Madrid) offers a tour over the photographic archive of Miguel Bergasa, surely one of the most comprehensive Spanish photographers on the subject, both for the period of time and the territory covered. Show More Summary

ArtRx LA

5 hours agoArts : Hyperallergic

LOS ANGELES — This week, there's a survey of video art from Latin America, a retrospective of work by assemblage artist Noah Purifoy, the opening of a fetish figurine shop, and more.

Why you need to see the Getty's collection of video art from Latin America

6 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

The video begins with the opening piano chords of Claude Debussy's melancholic "Clair de Lune" as the viewer is taken inside the empty Peruvian Congress. The camera lingers on architectural details: the Classical columns, a weighty bronze bas relief, the brilliant colors of the stained glass ceiling....

Latin America Making Gains in Global BPO Sector

Categories: Guest Post, Sourcing Tags: GEP, Guest Posts, Sourcing and Categories Spend Matters welcomes this guest article by Elizabeth Figueroa of GEP. Business process outsourcing (BPO) is playing an increasingly important role on global and local corporation processes, practices and outcomes. Show More Summary

Dangers of Overreaction

A summary of Wikistrat’s sim on China in Latin America (which I contributed to) is up at HuffPo. As alarming as this sounds, it shouldn’t spur an over-reaction from the U.S. Wikistrat’s analysis determined that China could have no more than a marginal regional impact, even under the best case assumptions. Washington has no need […]

Rebook Club Carlson BOGO Awards For LATAM Now (25% Off)

Club Carlson just announced a 25% discount on award bookings in Latin America. This award sale includes properties in Mexico, Central America, South America, and the Caribbean. The sale is good for stays through the end of 2015, butShow More Summary

A View of the Global Art World, from a Mexico City Curator

yesterdayArts : Hyperallergic

MEXICO CITY — Critic and historian Cuauhtémoc Medina serves as chief curator at the Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporanea, one of Latin America’s and Mexico City’s most progressive contemporary art institutions.

Special US Envoy On LGBTI Rights Randy Berry To Begin Tour Of Latin America

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Via White House press release: Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI Persons Randy Berry will travel to Chile from June 1 – 2, Argentina from June 3 – 4, Uruguay from June 4 – 5, Brazil from June 6 – 9, and the Dominican Republic from June 10 – 11 to discuss the human rights of LGBTI persons and other historically marginalized groups. Show More Summary

FIFA and the wider problem of corruption

Sepp Blatter, re-elected as head of FIFA, gained so many first round votes that his opponent withdrew.  Many of those votes came from Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe.  Not many came from Western Europe and North America.  How could the man be re-elected after presiding over an administration that for decades has involved bribes […]

One issue could dominate upcoming elections in Latin America

This year, tens of millions of voters will go to the polls in several Latin American countries shaken by violence and stuttering economies. But the issue that decides their vote may be as close as the nearest faucet. In Mexico, Venezuela,...Show More Summary

Colombia promotes itself as a destination for clinical research

The goal is to position the country as the top destination in Latin America to conduct clinical research for the biopharma and medical device industry. Miami, FL, May 30, 2015 – Procolombia, Colombia’s exports, tourism, investment, and country brand agency, signed an alliance in 2014 with Interventional Concepts, Inc. Show More Summary

Rebellion! Will Platini Lead Us Out of This Mess?

C’mon Platini – it’s time to lead!! A Facebook friend of mine - John Daly – made an observation that could leave Blatter and his minions in the dust: All the winners of the FIFA World Cup have come from Latin America or Europe. From Latin America: Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay. From Europe: Germany, France, […]

Ana Tijoux's 'Antipatriarca' Video Unites Women's Rights Worldwide

Ana Tijoux, the powerhouse French-Chilean diva who is one of the most recognizable and important rappers in Latin America, has just released the video for “Antipatriarca,” one of the more explicitly feminist songs in her repertoire. It’s glorious. Read more...

Washington Preparing for 'Political Intervention' in Latin America

Washington is seeking to maintain its control over Western Hemisphere, making attempts to engage Latin American states in its political fold through a "two track" stick-and-carrot policy, Professor James Petras revealed.

Will Latin America Again Become an Arena for Great Power Conflict?

For almost two centuries, the Monroe Doctrine has shaped great power interactions with Latin America. Designed to provide a framework for protecting nascent Latin American republics from European colonial interference, the Monroe Doctrine...Show More Summary

Ex-Adviser to Obama: US Policy Toward Cuba in Past 50 Years Lacked Respect

The US approach towards Cuba during more than 50 years lacked respect for the island nation's right to decide its own destiny, Dan Restrepo, former principal adviser to US President Barack Obama on issues related to Latin America, the Caribbean and Canada, told Sputnik Friday.

Strange New Respect: NYT Gets (Anti-Nuclear) Religion, Fawns Over Jailed Lefty Nun's 'Activism'

After hailing the Marxist-flavored brand of "liberation theology" Catholicism in Latin America on its front page May 24, the New York Times demonstrated more strange new respect for religion of the left-wing variety, with an adulatory...Show More Summary

Iconic motorbike maker Enfield eyes new markets to rev up growth

By Aditi Shah NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Iconic motorbike maker Royal Enfield, owned by India's Eicher Motors, is planning to push into Latin America and Southeast Asian markets to boost profits, CEO Siddhartha Lal told Reuters on Thursday. Show More Summary

Daily Headlines: May 28, 2015

Latin America: The presidents of Brazil and Mexico signed a series of trade and investment agreements in order to strengthen Latin America's two biggest economies. Argentina: An Argentine judge issued arrest warrants for the apprehension of three sports marketing execs named yesterday in a U.S. Show More Summary

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