Water Problems in Paraguay What’s old: For nearly a year, Paraguay (and indeed much of South America) has been experiencing an extreme drought. In June, the government in Asuncion decided to use funds originally earmarked for managing the COVID-19 pandemic to preserving navigati…
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What Peru Has Overcome What’s old: In the heyday of the Cold War, a Maoist group called Shining Path, waged a guerrilla war against the Peruvian govern…
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Forty-four years ago this week, U.S. President Jimmy Carter and Panamanian leader Omar Torrijos signed two treaties that redefined the relationship bet…
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Brazilian Beef What’s old: In 2001, the total value of Brazilian exports to China was roughly $1.9 billion. Countries that Brazil exported more to Chin…
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