The Washington Post today launched Post Opinión, a new page in its Global Opinions section featuring original and translated Spanish-language op-eds. Post Opinión will highlight perspectives from newsmakers and underrepresented voices from Latin America, Spain, the U.S., and beyond.

“We launched the Global Opinions section three years ago to reach a wider audience beyond the United States while offering the best-informed perspectives from other nations to readers around the world. This is the latest step toward that ambition,” said Fred Hiatt, editorial page editor at The Post. “The Post Opinions section is uniquely committed to offering a range of viewpoints across the ideological spectrum and opinion pieces on a range of topics. We aim to accomplish the same with our Spanish-language pieces.”

Post Opinión today featured a collection of columns examining the administration of Mexico’s leftist president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, ahead of his first state of the union report. The full section is available here.

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