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Caracas councilman Jesús Armas talks with AQ about life and work in the world’s most violent city.
A small number of criminals and gang leaders have the power to control violence. Latin America should focus on shaping their behavior.
Human rights issues shade Obama's visits to Cuba and Argentina. Plus: Colombia faces peace deadline; Venezuela goes on a long holiday; and more.
Colombia’s former president on his objections to a deal, and his “vendetta” with his successor
A new study shows narco-trafficking gangs are only part of the problem.
A trip to the Amazon ends in violence for AQ’s editor-in-chief.
In AQ’s new feature on Latin American history, how Argentina and Brazil ensured their rivalry remained limited to the soccer field.
El crecimiento económico por sí solo no va a detener el crimen violento. Pero las políticas correctas – y el liderazgo – pueden hacer una diferencia.
O crescimento econômico não é suficiente para deter a criminalidade violenta, mas políticas corretas – e liderança – podem fazer a diferença.
Renewed violence on popular Rio de Janeiro beaches has prompted efforts to restrict access. Civil society is pushing back.

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