Rodrigo Chaves has won the Costa Rican election. He will take over from the outgoing Carlos Alvarado as the 49th president of the republic on… Read More »Rodrigo Chaves Wins Costa Rican Election
How will the Ukraine crisis impact Central America? Nestor Quixtan looks at the possible political, military, and economic effects of the war on Central America.… Read More »How Will the Ukraine Crisis Impact Central America?
As Russia invades Ukraine, and countries around the world react, we take a look at the initial reaction from Central American governments. It might seem… Read More »What is the Central America Reaction to the Ukraine Crisis?
Two days after Ticos went to the polls in the 18th free and fair Costa Rica election in a row (a miracle for this part… Read More »A Quick Summery of Sunday’s Costa Rica Election: What Happened?
Using the latest Corruption Perception Index by Transparency International published this week, we rank the most corrupt countries in Central America from least to most… Read More »What Are the Most Corrupt Countries in Central America?
A look at what Costa Rica’s presidential candidates think of the proposed QR code to keep unvaccinated Costa Ricans out of most unessential businesses. The… Read More »As Costa Rica’s QR Code Gets Put Back to March, What Do the Presidential Candidates Think?
The story of Taiwan in Central America isn’t a happy one. As Nicaragua renounces its recognition of Taiwan, it’s important to note it’s not the… Read More »Taiwan in Central America: A Story of Continued Rejection
We offer a quick reminder here to anyone reading about the “Nicaragua elections” taking place today, to remember that they’re nothing but a sham. 2021… Read More »Some Things to Remember About Today’s Nicaragua Elections
Nayib Bukele: “The Eyes of the World are on El Salvador” (But Maybe Not for the Reasons You Want Them to Be)
President Nayib Bukele may be correct about the world watching El Salvador today, as Bitcoin becomes a legal currency. But away from that, it’s also… Read More »Nayib Bukele: “The Eyes of the World are on El Salvador” (But Maybe Not for the Reasons You Want Them to Be)