Authored by Pepe Escobar via The Asia Times, Beijing is turbo-charging its infrastructure connectivity across the region and the Caribbean... A sharp, geoeconomic shift took place last month in Santiago, Chile at the second ministerial...Show More Summary
We wrote about Vicenç Martí back in 2012 when he won the Who’s Got Game competition at our GamesBeat 2012 conference. He was running Akamon, a company that made social casino games for Latin America and Southern Europe. He sold his company two years ago and then merged it with an Israeli social casino game maker. […]
Mexico was officially welcomed as the 30th International Energy Agency member country on February 17, making it the first member from Latin America and helping to increase the impact of the Agency which now accounts for more than 70% of global energy consumption.
Brazil’s Independent Games (BIG) Festival is now taking submissions for its sixth annual event. It celebrates indie games from Latin America and abroad, and this year will be held in both São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro from June 23 and July 1. Developers have until April 13 to submit their games to be nominated […]
Jacob Zuma stood down as South African president after nine years in power marked by corruption scandals and court action. Here are some other world leaders forced out of office facing legal charges. - Latin America - - BRAZIL: President...Show More Summary
What led to the economic collapse of Latin America's richest country?
The ‘Werq the World’ Tour Conquered Mexico and Is Now Coming for the Rest of Latin America The fabulous world tour of RuPaul's Drag Race 'Werq The World' stopped in Mexico had a huge success, and now heads to South America. Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Latin America's most famous carnival continued on Monday 12 February, with six more of Rio de Janeiro's elite samba schools parading through the specially-built Sambadrome in a dazzling display.
Our Latin America Correspondent Guillermo Galdos spent a week in the city of Ciudad Juarez, one of the key routes for drugs and people into the United States and where the war's frontlines are becoming even more blurred.
The Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College presents Margarita Cabrera: Space in Between, featuring sculptures that examine the relationship between the U.S. and Latin America through the stories of immigrants. Cabrera?s choice forShow More Summary
While the secretary of state may have secured support for tighter sanctions on Venezuela, it was a narrow victory.
The two-year-old Univision Creator Network has added some new names to its roster of talent. The Univision-run media company's new signees include creators from across Latin America, including some who gained fame via TV and others who...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Rex Tillerson sat down with five presidents or prime ministers as he crossed Latin America and the Caribbean last week. On Saturday, he leaves for six days in five countries in the Middle East.... The post Rex Tillerson travels the world as the anti-Trump appeared...
The Museum of Modern Art announces the appointment of Inés Katzenstein as the inaugural Director of the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Research Institute for the Study of Art from Latin America. In this role, she will provide intellectual...Show More Summary
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson sat down with five presidents or prime ministers as he crossed Latin America and the Caribbean last week. On Saturday, he leaves for six days in five countries in the Middle East. Next month, he hits the road for 12 days in Africa. It’s no mean feat, especially...
Tillerson ended his weeklong trip to Latin America on Wednesday. Was he able to rally support around Trump's policies in the region?
The Matter of Photography in the Americas highlights groundbreaking works by artists from Latin America, the Caribbean, and Latino communities in the United States who cast a critical eye on photography as both an artistic medium and a means of communication. Show More Summary
Crisscrossing Latin America over the past week, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has tried to rally support for stiffer sanctions against Venezuela, including a possible embargo on its oil exports, but had only mixed success. While most governments in the region blame Venezuelan President Nicolas...
KINGSTON (Reuters) - The United States is closer to deciding whether to impose sanctions on Venezuelan oil, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Wednesday, at the end of a five-nation tour of Latin America where he discussed the move with regional leaders.
Washington's top diplomat wrapped up a trip through Latin America on Tuesday buoyed by support for the US approach to Venezuela but with a warning against backsliding in the drug war. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's first official...Show More Summary