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With today’s release of its Spring 2012 issue, Americas Quarterly has unveiled a new index that measures social inclusion in the Americas.

Concern over the safety of volunteers has forced the U.S. to cut back its program in Central America. But many of the volunteers don’t want to leave.
Do more Indigenous and Afro-descendant representatives in national congresses make a difference?

Survey results released yesterday show that 82 percent of Guatemalans consider President Otto Pérez Molina’s performance during his first 100 days in office “good” or “acceptable,” while 11 percent consider it “bad.”

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