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Protesters in El Salvador declare ‘Yes to democracy. No to authoritarianism’ during a demonstration on Jan. 14, 2024. PHOTOGRAFIA/Getty Images

In the face of severe challenges, democracy is under stress – but still supported – across Latin America and the Caribbean

A survey of people across 24 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean found widespread concern over the economy and crime.
One of two digitally drawn murals that are part of the installation and exhibit ‘who claims abstraction?’ by Toronto-based Guatemalan artist Francisco-Fernando Granados. (Rachel Topham Photography)

How art can challenge election-time rhetoric about immigrants

2024 is expected to be a year of elections around the world, and as often happens, anti-immigrant rhetoric is on the rise. Art can play a critical role in challenging that rhetoric.
Argentina’s new president, Javier Milei, arrives at the seat of government in Buenos Aires, accompanied by his sister Karina, on Dec. 10, 2023. (AP Photo/Julian Bongiovanni)

Is Argentina’s new president, Javier Milei, a far-right leader? The answer is not simple

Some aspects of Argentine President Javier Milei’s programme resemble the far right, but others do not. Without excluding him from this movement, we should recognize there are differences.
President Félix Tshisekedi greets his supporters after his re-election in Kinshasa on 31 December 2023. Photo: Chris Milosi/nadolu via Getty Images

DR Congo’s election – the key to Félix Tshisekedi’s victory

Those who reject recourse to the courts in favour of street demonstrations are taking the wrong approach to the current democratic turning point.

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