Fears of a radical shift by Peru’s president are misplaced, but lack of direction remains a problem.
How to explain the administration’s oddly quiet start – and what to expect in the months ahead.
Peru’s president survived Congress’s attempt to impeach him, but only for now.
A nationalist turn among Peru’s right-wing parties — and some sectors of the population — points to increasing polarization.
With his Cabinet appointments, Peru’s new president may have planted the seeds of his own failure.
The election of a socialist marks the end of an era for Peru – but the obstacles to implement his changes are as present as before.
A decades-old stigma against anything appearing leftist may be a factor in April’s presidential election.
The 76-year-old centrist technocrat will have to deal with a combative Congress and reeling electorate.
The absence of stable political parties is destabilizing democracies throughout Latin America.
COVID-19 and economic crisis haven’t stopped a dubious push for impeachment.
George Forsyth, a popular mayor and anti-crime crusader, is leading early presidential polls.
A vote to strip privilege from lawmakers could actually further shield them from corruption charges.