Argentina: Government Seeks Identity between “Friendly Fire” and Radicals

By Juan Guahán, on February 16, 2020

The new government of Alberto Fernandez is seeking its identity while trying to avoid or dampen the “friendly fire”. (more…)

Chile: Let’s Talk about Where the Real Violence is Coming From

By Alejandro Lavquen on February 14, 2020

Photo:  Alejandro Lavquén

Since the people’s rebellion began against the Sebastian Piñera Administration and neoliberalism in Chile, he and the pro-Pinochet right-wing have gathered under Chile Vamos, in (more…)

Mistrial Declared in Kafkaesque D.C. Trial of Venezuela Embassy Protectors

By Alan Macleod on February 14, 2020

The word “Kafkaesque” is thrown around liberally in the modern era, often without warrant. “The Trial,” a 1925 novel written by Bohemian writer Franz Kafka, tells the story of Josef K., (more…)

Lima Group to Meet in Quebec as Trudeau Consolidates His Role in Attacking Venezuela

By Arnold August on February 14, 2020

Trudeau recent meeting with self-proclaimed president Guaido

The Lima Group meets in Gatineau Quebec on February 20, 2020, across the river from Ottawa’s Parliament Hill. The group was originally established on August 8, 2017, in Lima, (more…)

Venezuela Denounces the U.S. Government before the International Criminal Court for Crimes against Humanity

February 13, 2020

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, held a press conference from The Hague, Netherlands, after filing a complaint with the (more…)

El Salvador: The Right-Wing’s Dislike for Democracy

By Angel Guerra Cabrera on February 13, 2020

The assault on El Salvador’s Legislative Assembly on February 9 by President Nayib Bukele, heading military troops, was an attempted self-coup, frustrated for now. (more…)

Haiti Ten Years after the Earthquake

February 10, 2020

Photo: Carlos Barria

January 12 marked 10 years since the 2010 earthquake in Haiti that killed more than 300,000 people and left an estimated 1.3 million more homeless. (more…)

Guaido is Back in Venezuela, Now What?

By Marco Teruggi on February 12, 2020

Guiado gets an unceremonious reception on his return to Caracas

Opposition leader Juan Guaido is back in Venezuela after a three-week international tour that took him to Colombia, Europe and the United States. (more…)

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