Latin America Is Avoiding the Obvious Need for Reform. Why?
A fear of protests and a lack of external pressure have frozen political leaders so far.
Peru Squandered Its Early COVID Advantages. Here’s How It Can Recover.
Less red tape and more public-private cooperation would help Peru beat back the virus.
Latin America Needs to Protect Itself From the Virus of Populism
Centrist positions – both on the economy and on how to re-open – are needed now more than ever.
Colombia Needs to Think Bigger to Escape Crisis
Fighting this crisis will take big structural reforms. The fiscal balance must take a back seat.
How AMLO Became Latin America’s Fiscal Hawk
The Mexican president’s aversion to debt, macroeconomics and bail-outs risks aggravating the impact of COVID-19.
Brazil’s Challenge: Flattening Not One Curve, But Three
As it fights the virus, Brazil needs to keep borrowing costs low and control its debt trajectory.