Ariela Ruiz Caro

Ariela Ruiz Caro is an economist from Humboldt University of Berlin and holds a Master’s Degree in Economic Integration Processes from the University of Buenos Aires. She is an analyst of the Americas Program for the Andean/Southern Cone region.

Chile: Handing Power Over to Those Who Defend Pinochet’s Constitution

The Dismissal of Pedro Castillo and the Political Crisis in Peru

Biden Isn’t Great for Latin America, But Trump Was Far Worse

Irrelevance and clashes at the Summit of the Americas

Latin America, the Caribbean and the War in Ukraine

The Mexico Dialogue on Venezuela and the End of the Lima Group

Latin America: In Search of Lost Sovereignty

The Triumph of Pedro Castillo Amid the Campaign to Undermine His Presidency

Chile: the End of Neoliberalism and the Start of a New Chapter in Its History

The Main Obstacle in the Fight Against COVID: Inequality

Trump Moves to Take Leadership of Regional Development Bank Away From Latin American Nations

South American Nations Adopt Different COVID-19 Stategies, With Different Results

The Dramatic Fall of Chile as Latin America’s Neoliberal Role Model