Thursday, August 25, 2016

Progress and Progressivism in Peru

The rising rejection of leftist populism in Latin American democracies gained a new leader in August with the inauguration in Peru of President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, an accomplished international economist with progressive social goals.


Is the global fad for quinoa a bane or boon to the peasants of the Andes?



Emerging Markets: The Peruvian Magic Show

Why this happened I will never know, but right next to a Reuters report on the internet about the Peruvian economy was a link to a recipe for slow cooked lamb curry with tomatoes, garlic, and garam masala.


Peru to launch Observatory for Amazon Protected Areas and Climate Change



    Where to Eat Peruvian Food Around Washington, D.C.

    On a hot day, few meals can reenergize eaters like fresh fish and chilled potatoes accompanied by a Pisco sour.  More diners should consider exploring the cuisine of Peru during the warm weather. This colorful and culturally rich South American gem evokes vivid images of the Amazon, Andes, miles of coastline, and plenty of sunshine


    Behold Downtown’s New Rooftop Restaurant, Serving Peruvian Lobster Tempura Rolls & More



    Culture, Cuisine and Cocktails – A Pisco Sweet Guide To Lima, Peru

    Peru is one of those old fashioned countries where people are very proud. They are proud of their culture, their cuisine, and most of all, their cocktails. They also drink and enjoy everything they are proud of, rather than relegating them to tourists.


    Peru tourism sector capitalises on variety



    Pokémon Go players in Peruvian Amazon use motorcycle, water taxis to 'catch 'em all'

    One of the most popular ways to get around the crowded, narrow streets of Peruvian cities has now become the favored form of transportation for gamers hoping to catch Pokémon.


    Artists find a way to commemorate the dead