Pulsamérica considers the foreign policy of Colombian President Santos one year in, while Nicaraguan leader Daniel Ortega receives a Libyan delegation.
Arturo Valenzuela quietly exits, leaving top US Latin America policy post vacant, as hosts Argentina crash out of Copa América in a penalty shoot-out.
South American footballing order is shaken up as Brazil and hosts Argentina face fight to progress in Copa América in the face of strong performances from Venezuela, Colombia, Chile and Peru.
The Falklands/Malvinas debate continues to bubble away, as Kirchner, Timerman, Cameron and Fox trade blows and international bodies condemn UK approach.
UNODC World Drugs Report reveals Peru is challenging Colombia for mantle of world’s largest cocaine producer, while providing data on Latin American consumption.
Venezuela leads resistance to increase in OPEC production quotas, while Brazil sits on the fence over UN condemnation of Syrian regime.
Former presidents and businessmen call for end of the ‘war on drugs’, while Latin America finds itself at the centre of world football scandal.
Honduran reintegration debate heats up, Air France flight ‘black box’ data published and Argentina celebrates victory for Messi (and Barcelona).
Strauss‑Kahn’s arrest prompts debate over IMF head’s replacement, protesters turn out in solidarity with Spanish ‘indignant’, and Honduran accord is signed.
Obama’s immigration speech met with large dose of scepticism in Latin America, while G8 seeks to tackle transnational drug trafficking.
Mixed reaction meets the death of Osama Bin Laden in a busy week for the OAS, while United States envoy Arturo Valenzuela announces his resignation.
Chávez reprises criticism of NATO role in Libya as Gaddafi delegation visits Caracas, while Latin American media celebrates the beatification of John Paul II.
Guantánamo files prompt reflection on relations with the US, international group voices concern about press freedom in Ecuador and Gallup labels the Americas ‘most thriving region’.
An unlikely trio meet to discuss the Honduran question, while worries are voiced about Colombia’s English teaching and the whisky industry looks to a thirsty Latin America.
A choice ‘between cancer and AIDS’? As Peruvians head for the polls, Pulsamérica considers the view from abroad.