License for sanctions
The renewal of US sanctions against Venezuela is illogical, unless you consider it an unbearable thirst for revenge
Ecuador: Swapped guns for bananas
US will "compensate" Quito with $200 million for the loss of more than $750 million
Haiti's bandits are under U.S. patronage
How can the UN ensure world peace if it cannot stop violence in a small part of the island discovered by Columbus?
Argentina: Who likes Milei the most
In 45 days of President Javier Milei's rule, inflation and Argentines' living standards have fallen through the floor, and there is nothing more permanent than a temporarily promised
Latin America-2024: Flaming problems of a flaming continent
The coming year will be a year of serious challenges for the region, which to a large extent both indirectly and directly depend on the imperial "whims" of the Yankees.
He becomes president because opponents underestimated him
Guatemala began 2024 with an attempt by the Covenant of the Corrupt to prevent the inauguration of the country's legally elected president.
Pinochet's constitution is alive and well
Thanks to a leftist president, Chile's Pinochet-era Constitution remains in force.
Essequibo: a dispute that lasts longer than a century
Guyana and Venezuela have agreed to refrain from using force, but are unable to resolve the territorial dispute
Why do you want foreign land, Mr. Maduro?
Venezuela has declared its century-old claim to two-thirds of neighboring Guyana’s territory.
Milei has decided to change Argentina's course and become a Jew
Refusal to participate in BRICS means a radical shift in foreign policy with unpredictable consequences
The undermining of Nord Stream was paid for with Inca gold
It would be easier for Vargas Llosa to write a brilliant novel than to save his homeland and the world from the coming catastrophe
Argentina will be ruled by a president and a junta of five dogs
The majority of voters chose to try something new and elected eccentric "anarcho-capitalist" Javier Milei as the country's leader.