Venezuela: more than a brutal regime it’s an evil revolution that must be stopped

Venezuela: more than a brutal regime it’s an evil revolution that must be stopped

The Venezuelan crisis has become the worst humanitarian crisis in the Western Hemisphere, with more than 3 million people fleeing the country in the last few years. As conditions in the country worsen, more Venezuelans a

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Hezbollah Crime-Terror Network Poses Big Concerns, Should Be Focus At Summit Of The Americas

Hezbollah Crime-Terror Network Poses Big Concerns, Should Be Focus At Summit Of The Americas

As world leaders from throughout the Western Hemisphere gather in Lima, Peru for the Summit of the Americas VIII on April 13th – 14th they should agree to target Hezbollah and dismantle their crime-terror emp

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The US and Colombia aren’t planning a military intervention in Venezuela, but is Maduro?

The US and Colombia aren’t planning a military intervention in Venezuela, but is Maduro?

In an op-ed piece for CNN in Español, Joseph Humire discusses the ongoing crisis in Venezuela. He asks, what if the strategic objective isn't to produce internal chaos, but to provoke an external conflict? What role d

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The Dragon and the Condor: Beyond China’s Economic Influence in the Americas

The Dragon and the Condor: Beyond China’s Economic Influence in the Americas

February 2018 • Issue 6 by Ricardo Neeb & Fernando Menéndez Mainstream analysis of China’s presence in Latin America almost exclusively concentrates on economics rather than politics, and often d

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Fighting crime, drugs, and terror

Fighting crime, drugs, and terror

In this Washington Times article, author J.D. Gordon details the plight of Attorney General Jeff Sessions to eliminate the threat of terrorist organizations endangering Americans. The fight was furthered this month

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The true role of the “fixers” between Iran and Argentina denounced by Nisman

The true role of the “fixers” between Iran and Argentina denounced by Nisman

In this Infobae article, Martín Dinatale delves into the continuously evolving and highly contentious international mystery that is the research findings and death of the late Argentine prosecutor: Alberto Nisman. Whil

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There is no presumption of innocence for ministers

There is no presumption of innocence for ministers

In this El Montonero article, Dardo López-Dolz raises the age of question of, "What makes being a minister so appealing," by taking a deeper look at the presumptions of holding office and comparing them to the realities

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Hubris and Prudence in Nicaragua

Hubris and Prudence in Nicaragua

The latest from fellow Fernando Menéndez about China's place in Nicaragua:  "A few short years ago, Chinese investments in Latin America seemed to mean changing the nature of the hemisphere in economic, if not polit

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