South America

A term used to describe anti-imperialism rhetoric that promotes income redistribution, national sovereignty and a distancing from the orbit of power of the USA.

A movement that values a renewed appreciation of African culture.

A policy implemented by the US that laid claim to geopolitical influence in the Central American and Caribbean region.

The systemic variation in sea temperature in the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of South America, typically in late December, that has an impact on the weather of the region and across other regions of the world.

An economic development strategy marked by protectionist policies in order to bolster local growth.

Volcanic regions fed by mantle from below the earth's surface. Nit caused by tectonic plate movement.

An forested area in the tropics marked by substantial rainfall.

An amalgam of gangs, ex military and military backed irregulars within a country, that were often involved in appropriations of peasant lands in South America.

Goods that come from agriculture, forestry, mining, and fishing.

Occurs when countries, after very rapid growth from low to middle income status, falter due to poor infrastructure-poor roads and inadequate sanitation, education and health facilities- and low productivity.

A term used to describe people with both black and white ancestry.

A term used to describe those with black and indigenous ancestry.