Focusing on the cities, neighborhoods – even streets – where crime recurs doesn't just displace violence. A special report from the Igarapé Institute.
With just 18 months left in President Michel Temer’s term, Brazil’s next foreign minister will face an uphill battle.
At least 20 activists and rural community leaders have been murdered since Colombia’s peace bill was signed.
Promoting gun control measures in international forums could put pressure on domestic actors to catch up.
Governments in the region should set specific targets to get a homicide epidemic under control.
A close look at the October 2 vote reveals why restarting Colombia's peace process may not be so easy.
For Colombia's young combatants, the end of one war can mean the beginning of another.
The discovery of a Brazilian terrorist cell that allegedly pledged allegiance to ISIS provides an opportunity for Brazil to address weaknesses in its counterterrorism framework.
Increasing threats from cybercrime in Latin America present the U.S. with an opportunity to show regional leadership.
The U.S. can change a historic pattern of irresponsible arms sales driving regional violence.
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