Out July 26, Americas Quarterly
's Summer 2012 issue looks at how women and girls are faring in education, labor markets, politics, and the private sector.
Writing for World Politics Review, AS/COA's Jason Marczak examines the need for cross-border, multi-faceted strategies to combat violence in Central America.
The worst drought to hit the United States in half a century is boosting Argentine and Brazilian corn and soy producers.
AS/COA's Christopher Sabatini takes a look at what the victory of Enrique Peña Nieto will mean for U.S.-Mexican relations for Mexico's El Universal
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The urban designer spoke about the smart city project, outlining how it could foster creative innovation and urban renewal in Mexico’s second-largest metropolis.
In the wake of Mexico's July 1 elections, COA's Eric Farnsworth and Center for American Progress' Michael Werz explore challenges that lie ahead for the country's next president.