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Latin America

The UN’s Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) released a report yesterday in Santiago which detailed the marked decline in poverty rates across Latin America since 1990.

Why everything we believed about Latin America before is wrong.

Latin America is changing. Do we have the tools and intellectual framework to deal with it?

Well, it was fun while it lasted.

When the knock-out round of the World Cup begins Saturday morning, the Western Hemisphere will have almost half of the final 16 teams in contention, and at least two teams (the winners of Argentina vs. Mexico on Sunday and also Brazil vs. Chile) guaranteed in the final eight.

The World Cup can turn on a dime, especially once the knock-out rounds begin.

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