Chilean Foreign Minister Roberto Ampuero addressed his nation’s decision to suspend its leadership, saying the UNASUR "does not lead to anything, does not help integration and is not able to resolve the issues" facing the region.
Raúl Castro's inability or unwillingness to fix Cuba's structural problems with deep and wide-ranging reforms has many wondering how a successor without Castro's founding father credentials will manage the country over the next five or 10 years.
Argentines took the middle ground among their Latin American neighbours. Just 13 percent expressed confidence in President Trump. Also surveyed were Venezuelans, who reported the highest approval of Trump among Latin Americans at 20 percent.
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s lifestory once read like a fairytale. He overcame poverty to lead his country, leaving office with the highest popularity rating in Brazilian history. But his downfall has been just as dramatic as his rise to power.
Mexico's top presidential candidates launched their campaigns vowing to take a harder line against Donald Trump, with the leftist front-runner saying his country is done being the US president's "piñata."
On Monday, appeals court judges unanimously upheld their decision to reject Lula's appeal of his conviction on corruption charges — a move that takes him one step closer to being barred from the presidential ballot and put behind bars.