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    1. November 3, 2014

      Swallowing the toads of Colombia’s peace process

      The fighting has been going on for so long that few remember why it began. It has taken place near some of the largest oil...

    2. October 29, 2014

      Medical mission against Ebola brings pride and fear to Cuba

      Ebola provokes panic in most countries and Cuba, it seems, is little different – despite Havana’s widely-applauded move to...

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    2. The New Colombia 2013

      Policy reforms, improved security and a commodities boom have lead to Colombia’s emerg...
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    1. October 15, 2014

      Latin America is a region plagued by incumbents

      Six weeks after falling for Marina Silva, pro-market souls (and the markets themselves) have bounced back, developing a new...

    2. The World

      October 13, 2014

      Why third time might be unlucky for Evo Morales

      After changing the constitution so he could run again, Evo Morales has just won another term as president of Bolivia – his...

    3. October 12, 2014

      WTO begins talks to break deadlock over ‘consensus’ principle

      Leading members of the World Trade Organisation have begun discussions on how to circumvent the founding principle that all...

    4. August 19, 2014

      Latin America swaps its populists for apparatchiks

      Latin America, long neglected by Europe and taken for granted by the US, has found a suitor in China. Resource hungry,...

    5. August 13, 2014

      Contract wins help G4S stage comeback

      G4S, the world’s biggest security company, staged a comeback in the first six months of this year, led by new contract wins...

    6. FT Alphaville

      August 12, 2014

      On the concerns facing directors of a major Russian energy company, right now...

      The agenda of the Board of Directors meeting includes the following items: 1. Participation of Inter RAO in other...

    7. August 1, 2014

      Modi’s move to thwart WTO deal causes confusion

      As a means to trim the bureaucratic impediments to global commerce, the World Trade Organisation’s laboriously-negotiated...

    8. July 31, 2014

      Key dates in 400-year history between US and Africa

      It is in recognition of the changing times that the White House has invited 50 African heads of state, alongside hundreds of...

    9. July 30, 2014

      Farc rebels accused of committing horrific crimes ‘with impunity’

      Last year, two teenage girls and a young woman vanished in an area dominated by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia...

    10. July 29, 2014

      Business presses India to drop objections to trade deal

      Business groups have called on India to drop its objections to an international deal to ease the flow of goods through...

    11. July 18, 2014

      The Diary: Adnan Sarwar

      Li Po, working in the eighth-century Tang dynasty, wrote a poem about a lonely young wife; Ezra Pound did his best to bring...

    12. July 1, 2014

      BNP fine sparks calls for cultural change

      Equity investors may have shrugged off BNP Paribas’s record $9bn fine for breaching sanctions on Sudan, Iran and Cuba, but...

    13. beyondbrics

      July 1, 2014

      Corruption charges add to Argentina's debt woes

      It hasn’t been a good few days for Argentina’s government. First, a New York court ruled to block payments on its...

    14. June 27, 2014

      BNP Paribas nears $8.9bn settlement with US

      Executives at BNP Paribas are finalising the details of a record $8.9bn out-of-court settlement with US authorities over...

    15. The World

      June 20, 2014

      Guantánamo inmates settle in for fourth World Cup

      By Richard McGregor in Guantánamo Bay Caption: AFP There are many ways to measure the never ending “war on terror” but...

    16. June 11, 2014

      US Chamber of Commerce voices concern over potential BNP fine

      The US Chamber of Commerce, the powerful American business lobby, has voiced concern about the potential scale of a fine on...

    17. June 8, 2014

      Bank crime and punishment

      In recent years the US has used financial sanctions as a key part of its foreign policy arsenal to combat regimes with which...

    18. June 8, 2014

      Venezuela gives US foreign policy makers a headache

      Perhaps it is because of years of mutual disregard that Latin America is rarely a US foreign policy priority. There always...

    19. June 6, 2014

      War of words on BNP Paribas reaches a roar

      The transatlantic war of words over BNP Paribas and whether it should be fined for violating US financial sanctions reached...

    20. June 4, 2014

      Prisoner swap reveals Guantánamo dilemma

      The hearing from Guantánamo Bay comes to life with the flicker on a television screen in faraway Washington, displaying a...

    21. FT Tech Hub

      June 4, 2014

      Online courses back up and running in Iran, but Cuba still waiting

      A win for online education and sensible sanctions regulation. Today, online course provider Coursera says it is able to...

    22. June 3, 2014

      Paris trade talks threat over US BNP fine

      France on Tuesday warned of potential consequences for transatlantic trade talks if the US pushed ahead with a $10bn-plus...

    23. June 1, 2014

      US soldier freed in Taliban prisoner swap

      A US soldier held captive for five years by the Afghan Taliban has been released after the US agreed to hand over five...

    24. April 30, 2014

      BNP warns of US fines ‘far in excess’ of $1.1bn provision

      US authorities are weighing criminal charges against BNP Paribas over possible violations of sanction rules as the...

    25. April 15, 2014

      Cuba fed a president’s fears and took over Venezuela

      The enormous influence that Cuba has gained in Venezuela is one of the most underreported geopolitical developments of...

    26. April 11, 2014

      Ho Chi Minh’s dirty shoes and Fidel Castro’s modesty

      A reader has barked at me for praising the onyx in the lavatory at Aspinall’s in London: “Onyx? A bit nouveau, but what...

    27. FT Alphaville

      April 4, 2014

      Further reading

      Elsewhere on Friday, - The Economist on Modi: He will probably become India’s next prime minister. That does not mean he...

    28. The World

      April 3, 2014

      Cuba hummingbird hovers over US psy-ops failure

      The Associated Press has just released a fascinating piece of investigative journalism about US psy-ops in Cuba, the plan...

    29. March 29, 2014

      Cuba cuts taxes for foreign investors

      Foreign investors, who have weathered a difficult decade in Cuba, will see their profits tax fall from 30 per cent to 15 per...

    30. March 10, 2014

      Uribe wins seat in Colombia’s Senate

      Álvaro Uribe has made a dramatic return to elected office in Colombia, winning a seat in Congress that gives the former...

    31. March 2, 2014

      Venezuela: In search of a solution

      Until this month, Angel Vivas was a little-known figure who had retired from Venezuela’s armed forces seven years ago after...

    32. The World

      February 24, 2014

      Venezuela as Ukraine?

      “We could turn Venezuela into Ukraine!” a student protester shouted in Caracas this weekend. It is striking how similar the...

    33. February 21, 2014

      Time for US policy change on Cuba

      If a policy is not achieving its objective, either the policy must change or the objective. For more than 50 years the US...

    34. February 7, 2014

      Romantic escapes

      Laguna, Little Cayman, Cayman Islands, Caribbean, $2.49m Where: Northwest of Jamaica and south of Cuba in the Greater...

    35. January 31, 2014

      ‘The Man Who Loved Dogs’, by Leonardo Padura

      The Man Who Loved Dogs, by Leonardo Padura, translated by Anna Kushner, Bitter Lemon Press, RRP£20 / Farrar, Straus and...

    36. January 29, 2014

      US sanctions lead Coursera to block online learning in Iran and Cuba

      US sanctions on nations such as Iran and Cuba are making it harder for students there to access online education, as US...

    37. January 28, 2014

      Latin American leaders gather in Cuba for summit

      In a country famous for its political billboards, Cuba this week prepared to welcome Latin American heads of state to Havana...

    38. beyondbrics

      January 26, 2014

      The week ahead: Jan 27-31

      This week sees Putin in Brussels, and Pena Nieto in Cuba. Taiwan, Russia and Philippines GDP is released. Plus, earnings...

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