Andreas Campomar

The vast human cost of the Panama Canal keeps unfolding

6 April 2019 9:00 am

There is nothing new about Latin America’s fractious relationship with her northern neighbour. In 1900 the Uruguayan writer José Enrique…

‘Too English, bizarre, and what are the rules again?’: Cricket in Buenos Aires

2 March 2019 9:00 am

For most Latin Americans, who are themselves no strangers to sporting eccentricity, cricket remains a baffling proposition. The game is…

Why Juan Villoro is the best football writer you've never heard of

28 May 2016 9:00 am

Football, unlike cricket, has for the most part been ill served by its writers. For every Brian Glanville and Ian…

Life in Rio’s most infamous favela — where you have to pay the cops to arrest criminals

19 September 2015 8:00 am

When Stefan Zweig first arrived in Rio de Janeiro in 1936, he was overwhelmed not only by the city’s magnificent…