Latin America & the Caribbean
Regional Overviews Archive

Our monthly analysis briefs break down the latest data on political violence and protest trends, highlighting potential early warning signs for closer monitoring. This archive contains historical releases, including weekly overviews from before 2023.

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Regional Overview: Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean
17-23 July 2021

29 July 2021

Last week in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean, demonstrations remained high. In Haiti, people demonstrated to demand justice for the killing of President Jovenel Moise during the eve of and day of the president’s funeral service. In Cuba, supporters of the regime demonstrated in several cities following massive anti-government demonstrations. In Honduras, bus drivers…

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Regional Overview: South America
17-23 July 2021

29 July 2021

Last week in South America, Pedro Castillo was declared Peru’s president-elect. Anti-government demonstrations increased in Colombia, while heavy fighting between armed groups led to the displacement of farmers. In Venezuela, citizens continued to protest amid a severe socio-economic crisis. Lastly, in Brazil, state forces continue to launch operations targeting criminal groups in an effort to…

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Regional Overview: South America
10-16 July 2021

22 July 2021

Last week in South America, civil unrest was triggered by a polarizing presidential election run-off in Peru. Protests erupted in Chile after the killing of an indigenous Mapuche individual by police. In Colombia, clashes between armed groups and state forces continued to take place, leading to the mass displacement of civilians. In Venezuela, the government…

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