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Covid corruption: Extortion among Latin America's security forces

During the Covid-19 pandemic, several governments across Latin America mobilised available security forces – including police reserves, the military and the navy – to assist in responding to the pandemic. Security personnel are regularly arrested for...
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S-RM Analyst Team @ S-RM 24 November 2020
Covid corruption: Extortion among Latin America's security forces
Covid corruption: Extortion among Latin America's security forces

Venezuela-US: Sanctions to remain despite hope of dialogue

One leader who may wish to take advantage of the opportunity provided by a Biden presidency to re-set relations is Venezuela's President Maduro. However, if he thinks he can breathe more easily with the election in the US of a like-minded socialist l...
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Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 10 November 2020
Venezuela-US: Sanctions to remain despite hope of dialogue
Venezuela-US: Sanctions to remain despite hope of dialogue

Trump owes Florida victory to the Vene diaspora; Biden likely to keep sanctions

With Joe Biden closing in on the presidency, all eyes (and analysts’ pens[1]) will be focused on what his policy programme means. Florida Latinos are notably more inclined to support the Republican party than their counterparts elsewhere. Taking thes...
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Paul Domjan @ Tellimer Research 7 November 2020
Trump owes Florida victory to the Vene diaspora; Biden likely to keep sanctions
Trump owes Florida victory to the Vene diaspora; Biden likely to keep sanctions

The moral imperative (or lack thereof) for IMF funding

This is the second in a series of thought pieces that will look at the role of development finance institutions post-Covid-19. In practice, however, the IMF has so far stuck to its guns and refused to extend funding for countries with an unsustainabl...
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Patrick Curran @ Tellimer Research 25 August 2020
The moral imperative (or lack thereof) for IMF funding
The moral imperative (or lack thereof) for IMF funding

Ukraine seeks help from IMF's emergency financing facility

Ukraine looks to have become the latest country seeking to tap funds from the IMF’s emergency financing facilities to help countries deal with the coronavirus pandemic that was announced earlier this month, according to local media yesterday citing t...
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Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 20 March 2020
Ukraine seeks help from IMF's emergency financing facility
Ukraine seeks help from IMF's emergency financing facility

Venezuela: Maduro's antics don't fool anyone

The political situation in Venezuela seemed to take another twistover the weekendafter Juan Guaido's re-election as leader of the National Assembly – which confers on him the internationally recognised position of interim president – was blocked by f...
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Stuart Culverhouse @ Tellimer Research 6 January 2020
Venezuela: Maduro's antics don't fool anyone
Venezuela: Maduro's antics don't fool anyone