The Geopolitics of the United States, Part 1: The Inevitable Empire

Like nearly all of the peoples of North and South America, most Americans are not originally from the territory that […]

Selina raises $95M to create a boutique travel lodging experience built around communities

If you’re looking to travel abroad — and especially if you’re looking to work while doing so — it might […]

Lost cities: where to pretend you are Indiana Jones

By Sarah Gilbert, Lonely Planet. Unearthing lost cities used to be the preserve of machete-wielding, Indiana Jones types, but advances […]

China Creates New Trade Route Through Nicaragua Canal

Construction on the Nicaragua canal is set to start in December. The government has proclaimed it to be an economic panacea. […]

The World’s Most Content (and Miserable) Countries

By Thomas Frohlich and Vince Calio, 247WallSt, World news does not always fully capture people’s level of happiness. Last year, […]

Ahead of the Curve — Nicaragua’s Enormous Potential

  Greg Simon In December of last year, I left my career to travel the world for one year. My […]

Mexico’s Enrique Peña Nieto Confronts the Challenges of Federalism, Fiscal Reform and Education

By Diana Villiers Negroponte, Brookings Institution, The PRI leader, Enrique Peña Nieto, assumes the Mexican presidency on Dec. 1. Manufacturing […]

Living in Antigua, Guatemala: An Expat’s View

by Lucy Brown, International Living, A flourishing expat community has evolved over the years as adventurous spirits from all over […]

How to Profit From the Path of Progress

By Ronan McMahon, The Daily Reckoning, Verdant green tropical forest sweeps down to golden-sand beaches washed by the rich blue […]

Why Life is Simpler, Saner, and Less Expensive in Corozal

By Lynn Armstrong, International Living, Today we have a hotel-resort in Corozal, Belize. But I didn’t start out here… or […]