Been there. One major global response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a flurry of sanctions. That will be felt in Latin America, especially in countries where governments turn to Moscow to get around the U.S. sanctions they themselves face. Covering restrictions placed from 1958 to now, read our explainer on U.S. sanctions in Latin America, focusing on Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela.
See how Latin American governments reacted to the invasion.
And then there were five. Colombians participated in legislative elections and primary-like presidential consultation votes on March 13, narrowing a field of over 20 candidates down to just five. Check out our candidate explainer for a vote breakdown as the country now readies itself for the May first-round presidential election.
We debriefed the results with Colombia experts in our first-ever Twitter Space. Listen to the conversation.