The Costa Rican opposition is protesting an announced agreement that would allow 7,000 U.S. troops to operate on Costa Rican soil, coordinated with 46 U.S. ships in territorial waters.
Presidential elections May 30 in Colombia ended up unexpectedly - apparently - but perhaps there's more to it.
Four months after a new president, Porfirio Lobo of the right-wing National Party, took power, killings continue and he has still not achieved full legitimacy in Latin America.
The Arizona anti-immigrant law is garnering international attention.
Another step in the tortuous process of Latin American integration was marked May 3-4 when representatives of all 12 states belonging to the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) met.
Venezuela and China sign major deals, reactionaries win in Hungary, Tanzania grants citizenship to refugees.
Police kill miners in Peru, Australia blocks refugees, Cuba conserves
Between a rock and a hard place: that describes the precarious situation of Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo.
Nine members of Congress have asked Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to press Honduras to stop violent repression against supporters of overthrown president Manuel Zelaya.
Could it be "the beginning of the end of the horrible night of Uribism"?