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“Fake News” Offers Latin American Consolidated Powers An Opportunity to Censor Opponents

Today’s headlines are dominated by the role of misinformation campaigns or “fake news” in undermining democracy in the West. From ongoing accusations of Russian meddling in Trump’s election to Russian efforts to sway the Brexit and French Presidential election votes, … Continue reading

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Why Latin America Needs to Prepare Now for Election Meddling

The Kremlin’s interference in the 2016 U.S. elections caught the world by surprise. This wasn’t because election interference of that kind hadn’t happened before—it had, just ask the Ukrainians—but simply because no one thought the Kremlin would dare to challenge … Continue reading

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Latin American Liberalization

Despite its longstanding resistance to air transport liberalization, Brazil is on the cusp of relaxing its airline investment rules as part of the country's plans to improve its transport infrastructure before the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics. See… … Continue reading

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Mary Anastasia O'Grady on Free Trade and Drug Prohibition in Latin America

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