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Laura Carlsen, who has reported extensively on Mexico, looks at what was good and what was bad about the recent elections.
The PRI, which ruled Mexico for 70 years, has been voted back in power after 12 years out of government. LAB's Nick Caistor looks at what we can expect from the 'reformed' party.
A powerful video documents the continued resitance to the government brought to power by the 2009 coup.
Protest against the government's proposed road continues as the promised negotiations are awaited.
A new book looks beyond the clichés to examine the causes of the violence associated with illegal drugs trafficking in Mexico. LAB talks to one of its authors, Peter Watt.
With an end to the police strike and the arrival in La Paz of the TIPNIS march, the political situation has become calmer. The Bolivia Information Forum reports.
The next six years of Mexican history may be be critical for its long-term future, as there is much to repair and heal. For this reason, only AMLO can save Mexico, argues British journalist Matt Kennard.
To mark International Women's Day, our newsletters for the next two weeks focus on some of the most pressing issues confronting women in Latin America.

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