About the Latin America Risk Report
This newsletter started as an experiment in late 2018 as a follow-up to a project I completed tracking polling and politics during Mexico’s general election. The Latin America Risk Report still tracks elections, but the publication now covers the entire hemisphere and has expanded to feature coverage of security and corruption issues as well as politics throughout Latin America.
I’m James Bosworth (aka Boz). I’ve spent the past two decades researching and writing about politics, economics, security, and technology in emerging markets. I’ve lived across Latin America including Santiago, Managua, Mexico City and Bogotá.
I’ve been blogging about Latin America since 2004, tweeting since 2009 and sending this newsletter since November 2018. Among other professional things (here’s my LinkedIn), I’m the founder of Hxagon, LLC, a consulting firm providing political risk analysis and bespoke investigations in emerging markets. I’m also a Superforecaster with Good Judgment Inc.
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