Search: Latin America,Bolivia (3 materials)

Russia's vaccine can help Latin America, but faces obstacles

... Bolivia's "November Surprise" Led by coca grower turned politician Evo Morales, Bolivia has been part of the “pink tide” group of nations that includes Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela and Argentina that has challenged Washington's hegemony in Latin America. But late last year Bolivia's got a “November surprise”when the commander-in-chief of the armed forces called for the resignation of none other than president himself. Evo's efforts to hold onto power via electoral fraud roiled the Organization of American States (OAS),...


Battle for the Andes

... of the Peruvian side. The economic dependence of Latin American countries on China, which will only continue to grow in the coming years, will have a noticeable impact. Time is running out for Russia to correct the situation and keep a hold on the Latin American arms market. Ten years ago, for example, broader military-technical cooperation with Bolivia was a real possibility, if only Russia had been more flexible in terms of its pricing and credit policy. Now, however, the relatively small Bolivian market is oversaturated with Chinese weapons, and there is little chance that the country’s ...


Electoral Circle 2014 in Latin America: Winds of Change?

... as its election will take place in 2018). This election marathon will hit its peak in 2014, when seven presidential election campaigns will take place in the region’s key countries (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Panama, Colombia, Brazil, Uruguay and Bolivia), with ballots to be cast by 50 percent of Latin American voters [1] . In six out of these seven nations (the exception being Costa Rica), the obvious favorites are either incumbent presidents or nominees of the authorities. Will the ongoing election process in Latin America affect the regional ...


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