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The government has launched a probe of widespread sexual abuse during the last dictatorship. Will it be successful?
The first-ever Guaraní translation of Don Quixote was recently completed, part of a growing effort by scholars and officials to embrace Paraguay’s indigenous language.
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Student protests have shaken up the country’s university system and are challenging business as usual.

Will Francis be willing to extend his more liberal discourse on economics and the environment into contentious social issues like gay rights and abortion? The outcome of his trips to Bolivia and Ecuador, earlier this week, and a visit to Paraguay, now underway, may help answer those questions.

By partnering with other progressive Latin American countries, Paraguay can stir things up at this year's critical UN climate meeting

Amid a major drought that is depleting hydropower reservoirs across Brazil, Itaipu remains a major source of clean energy in Brazil and Paraguay.

Paraguay could significantly enhance its cooperation with Indonesia in both the agricultural and energy sectors.

Paraguayan businessman Horacio Cartes of the Colorado Party (Partido Colorado–PC) was inaugurated this morning as the president of Paraguay for a five-year term. Cartes won the presidential election in April with 46 percent of the vote, outpacing his opponent, Efraín Alegre of the Liberal Party (Partido Liberal Radical Auténtico —PLRA), who won 37 percent of votes cast.

The administration of President Federico Franco has been very bullish on Paraguay’s potential for hydrocarbon development, with declarations of potential reserves that border on hyperbole.