Biden lures Latin America into 'debt trap'
The US promises that the American Partnership for Economic Prosperity will provide a once-in-a-generation opportunity. The question is: to whom?
"Let Cuba live without the blockade!"
The UN has overwhelmingly condemned the US economic embargo against Cuba and called for the lifting of the blockade on the Island of Freedom.
"We condemn the war crimes being committed in Gaza"
Major Latin American countries have spoken out against Israel’s offensive and its response to the Palestinians.
Beat the Right until they turn Left. Beat the Left until they turn Right
Latin America needs a “golden mean” to live amicably.
It's just the law: the third must go
Whether Peronism will be able to stop the far-right hurricane in Argentina, the second round of presidential elections will show.
Guatemala attempts 'preventive coup d'état'
For the first time in the history of Latin America, they tried to overthrow not the incumbent, but the elected one, who did not take office.
The president and his 'unlikely political project'
Ecuadorians have elected the youngest national leader in history. However, only for 16 months.
Intervention in accordance with international law
Will a Kenyan-led multinational peacekeeping force be able to protect Haiti from criminal gangs?
U.S. intelligence agencies on a "worm" plantation
If the U.S. cannot simply provide protection of diplomatic missions in its capital Washington from terrorists, how can they be trusted with the lives of the world’s inhabitants?
IMF or BRICS? It's the billion-dollar question
Argentina is looking for a way out of the permanent currency and inflation crisis.
Brazil is back in the first league of the world stage
Will President Lula da Silva succeed in leading a new movement of non-aligned to the globalist unipolar world.
Drug pirates of the Caribbean
The U.S. has paved the perfect drug delivery route for the world through the Caribbean.