As Guyana, a small and often under discussed Latin American nation faces its own economic and political complications, it is undisputed that the devastating and looming threat of climate change will negati
Guyanese politics have historically been driven by ethnicity-based parties. For decades, the Guyanese people have aligned themselves to political parties based on a shared heritage.
As the United States draws nearer to the possible election of its first female president, Panoramas decided to take a look at the female presidents Latin America has had in the past. Below are the profiles of each of these eleven women, whose successes and trials reflect the history of women in politics around the world.