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Defense budgets get a boost from science.
Internet users are wealthier, more urban—and more tolerant—than their unconnected compatriots.
Why digital currency can be a game-changer for Latin America.
Getting a grip on technology—before it gets a grip on us.

Although no case of Ebola has been confirmed in the region, Latin America and Caribbean leaders are already taking steps towards prevention.

Edited by Juan Pablo Luna and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser: Paperback, 392 pages

In order to maximize shale development in the hemisphere, Latin America and the Caribbean should partner with the United States.

New technology, entrepreneurship, and growing demand mean that traditional universities face greater competition from nontraditional players.
Investment in high-tech, higher ed.
A threat to the region's middle class?

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