Latin America

By Ashley P. Reaves
Contributing Writer
January 15, 2015

Colombia must accept a compromise deal to end the world’s longest-lasting insurgency.

By Jesse Smith
Contributing Writer
October 28, 2014

A pragmatic view of the Argentinian debt case shows why the lack of intervention is bad for U.S. interests in the international financial system.

By Zachary Toal
Staff Writer
April 21, 2014

Economists and academic sports enthusiasts at-large are quick to point out historic figures as proof that hosting large-scale sporting events does not benefit the host, particularly when the host, like Brazil, requires new stadiums and infrastructure. So why is the Brazilian government spending so much to prepare for the World Cup?


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