In 2018 the President tried to paint progressive Democrats as radicals. He still lost the House. Numbers show that Latino voters might be listening this time.
House opens investigation into oil giant Marathon; close ties to Mexico's Foreign Secretary Ebrard are revealed
The American oil company has big business interest in the north of Mexico. The House Energy Comission has been looking into Marathon's lobbying efforts with the Trump administration.
The return of Nielsen: How Nestor Kirchner's Finance Minister aims to become Argentina's Economy Supersecretary
The Fernández-Kirchner ticket see him as a moderate voice for the international markets and partners like the U.S. and Brazil. His aim could be to take over the Economy.
The announcement came days before the arrival of Mike Pompeo to Argentina. The intention is to push Brazil and Paraguay to join in the declaration.
The President presented the new strategy for the embattled national oil company. On the day of the announcement, the Mexican Peso fell. Investors and analysts await the full document, but Citigroup already published a negative review.
The battle for the dollar has begun. Less than a month before Election Day some major investors have begun to turn around their bets on the Argentine Peso. Guardar
The resignation of the Secretary of Finance evidenced the failures in an administration that does not understand how AMLO makes decisions.
Beyond the polls, the Argentinian presidential election holds a key question: What is the ideal option to escape the economic crisis?
After his meeting with Pence, and a weekend away from a potential "Black Monday", Marcelo Ebrard had supper with a powerful American group that would have support the US President in any other Republican administration. The details of a high-level lobbying effort.
Two different polling firms place Macri and Fernández in a technical tie. In the Córdoba province the President wins comfortably.
Sales turned around in June and Macri's approval ratings went up by six points. Still, specialists warn that this is an "unstable balance".
The current Government seems uninterested in pursuing the corrupt officials of the past, unless it means influencing the opposition internal election.
This week a group of civilians disarmed and held hostage Mexican troops, firmly demanding their weapons for self-defense back. LPO consulted several specialists about the decades-long security crisis unfolding in Mexico.
The senator and former Secretary of the Interior talked with LPO about the security crisis in Mexico and the responsibility of the current administration.