Tag Archives: corruption

Poco de Pettiness in Peruvian Politics

Posted on 02. Feb, 2018 by .


An anecdote illustrating the vengeful pettiness in Peruvian politics from the municipal governments of Surco and Chorrillos in Lima, Peru.

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Have you no sense of decency, Dilma?

Posted on 02. Sep, 2016 by .


My take on ousted President Dilma Rousseff’s inappropriate reaction to her impeachment by Brazil’s congress.

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Nobody Pays the Last Month’s Rent

Posted on 03. Jun, 2016 by .


The story of my first legal action in Latin America, a claim to recover the security deposit for an apartment in Lima, Peru.

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Why Venezuela is More Like Syria than Cuba

Posted on 16. May, 2016 by .


Explaining why I think Venezuela will see a dictator in its transition whether it be toward a market economy or further state control.

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Non-Profit Work in Colombia: Easy Money?

Posted on 11. May, 2016 by .


The founder of an NGO in Colombia explains two of the top territory hazards of trying to make a difference.

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Accidental Corruption

Posted on 07. Jul, 2015 by .


SUMMARY: Macro vs. micro-corruption as well as intentional corruption vs. accidental corruption make four quadrants of potential corruption in Latin America.

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