CUSLAR and the Cornell Latin American Studies Program Seminar Series present: ¿Qué pasó en Curuguaty? People demand to know what really happened in Curuguaty, where land disputes led to a […]
by José Tomás Sánchez What happened at Marina Kue? This question has become the rallying cry of civil society and international human rights organizations, who want a full investigation into […]
By Hazel Guardado Committee on U.S.-Latin American Relations (CUSLAR) “Low browed and savage, groveling and bestial, lazy and wild, simian and sensual” were just some of the ways Americans described […]
Translation: Kimberly Cárdenas, Committee on U.S.-Latin American Relations (CUSLAR) Original Spanish version here To the President, Enrique Peña Nieto REFLECTION FROM FAITH ENRIQUE PEÑA NIETO PRESIDENT OF MEXICO President Peña: […]
Traffic in São Paulo – Photo from Pulsamerica By Diana Folla, Committee on U.S.-Latin American Relations (CUSLAR) If you visit Brazil’s economic center and cultural hub, São Paulo, you’ll discover a bustling […]
AL PRESIDENTE ENRIQUE PEÑA NIETO REFLEXIÓN DESDE LA FE LIC.ENRIQUE PEÑA NIETO PRESIDENTE DE MÉXICO Presidente Peña: Por más que usted esté en otros niveles socioeconómicos, podrá percibir por todos […]
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