People take part in a march to demand the resignation of Honduras' President Juan Hernandez in Tegucigalpa June 26, 2015.

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Peru's Foreign Minister Ricardo Luna (C) along with foreign ministers and representatives from across the Americas, give a news conference after a meeting to discuss issues related to the Venezuelan crisis, in Lima, Peru, August 8, 2017. Mariana Bazo/Reuters

¡Gracias, Donald!

August has brought a number of depressing reversals in the United States’ relation with Latin America: President Trump’s seemingly offhand statement on the possibility of military intervention in Venezuela, which sucked all the oxygen out of Vice President Pence’s much anticipated tour of the region; the cancellation of the Read More

August 8, 2017

Brazil’s Clouded Political Horizons

Brazil is in a confusing place, with unprecedented voter dissatisfaction but no clear path out of crisis. Markets cheered last week when Congress voted 51 percent to 45 percent not to permit President Temer’s trial on corruption charges.

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July 25, 2017

What Latin America Can Learn From Past Anticorruption Success

As Latin America reflects on its current wave of anticorruption successes—including the arrest of former Guatemalan president, Odebrecht prosecutions in Peru, and the ongoing Lava Jato cleanup in Brazil—it may be both sobering and heartening to consider the history of past anticorruption successes around the world.

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July 12, 2017

Helping U.S. Lawyers in the Fight Against International Corruption

Last year was momentous for the breadth and depth of corruption revealed globally.

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