An influx of new voters and widespread apathy may be key factors, writes guest blogger Miguel Octavio.
Some question why the FARC would carry out such a high profile attack as the May 15 Bogota bombing when the government has broached the idea of peace talks, writes a guest blogger.
In the modern world, a country’s natural resources have very little to do whether goods are on the nation’s shelves for people to buy. Venezuela is a prime example.
Wealthy communities across Latin America put up gates and fences to fend off criminals. In Venezuela, rising crime has led poor neighborhoods to do the same, dividing the country further.