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  • 2019/02/21 14:39:06

    Democracies cannot apply dictatorships’ despicable judicial rulings

    Democracies cannot apply dictatorships’ despicable judicial rulings

    Editor

    The nonexistence of separation and independence of the branches of government and the rule of law, are features of dictatorships and make it evident as the most palpable proof, their manipulation of justice. The use of judicial prosecution to intimidate, persecute, subordinate and/or eliminate members of the opposition, journalists, businessmen, and society’s civic leaders, is a common practice of 21st Century Socialism’s regimes in Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Bolivia, and Ecuador

  • 2019/02/07 16:21:51

    Trump's political schizophrenia

    Trump's political schizophrenia

    Editor

    Trump's State of the Union address could pass to history as a case of study on political schizophrenia: the president spoke like a crazy racist demagogue about Mexico, and like a super-wise statesman about Venezuela

  • 2019/01/21 12:24:19

    Venezuela: it’s now or never

    Venezuela: it’s now or never

    Editor

    The fate of Venezuela is probably in the hands of Juan Guaidó. He is a 35-year old National Assembly deputy, linked to Voluntad Popular, a party founded by Leopoldo López

  • 2019/01/16 11:27:20

    Constituting AN efective transitional goberment in Venezuela

    CONSTITUTING AN EFFECTIVE TRANSITIONAL GOVERNMENT IN VENEZUELA

    Editor

    Under the mandate of Articles 233, 333, and 350 of the Venezuelan constitution, Congressman Juan Guaido is the Transitory President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela with all due legality and legitimacy, but without an effective control of the Executive Branch

2019/01/07 16:28:08
2019/01/03 20:44:18
  • ​​​​​​​Beatrice Rangel, President & CEO of the AMLA Consulting Group
  • On Political Transitions

    Editor

    2018 ends with Latin America trapped between hope and despair. Hope is nurtured by the change of guard in Brazil which seems to be biased in favor of freedom. Given the geopolitical significance of Brazil most analysts expect a big democratic push in the region

2018/12/31 11:03:49
  • Juan Carlos Varela, the great disappointment of Panama for his allies
  • Juan Carlos Varela, the great disappointment of Panama for his allies

    Editor

    "He lied us", so cruel and hard, on the past eve of Day of the Innocents, distanced itself from the Panamanian president, Juan Carlos Varela, the Independent Movement (Movin), one of the pillars of his triumph in 2014, it reflecting for ones hypocrisy and for others the erosion of a minority government

2018/12/28 12:22:45
  • James Mattis: Who Will Keep Trump in Check Now?
  • James Mattis: Who Will Keep Trump in Check Now?

    Editor

    Can America’s democratic institutions — Congress, courts and the media — constrain Donald Trump and ensure the survival and continued prosperity of the world’s oldest democracy?

2018/11/08 14:59:40
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  • The Walls Are Closing in on Free Media in the Arab World

    Editor

    The job of journalists is to ask questions, to speak truth to power, to question authority. This has always been a very difficult struggle in the Gulf and wider Middle East, but this is what Jamal Khashoggi was committed to. He believed with great courage and passion that the way to achieve a better place for his country and society was to strive for an independent and free media.

2018/11/06 13:25:12
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  • Midterm Elections 2018: The War for America’s Soul

    Editor

    Even as pundits predict pontificate, the midterm elections are only yet another battle for the commanding heights of America’s torn soul. Atul Singh, editor in chief of the Fair observer analyzes the current political situation before the midterm elections. The New York Times has declared the battle for Congress to be close. The Washington Post analyzes five possible scenarios for Election Day. In his analysis of the election, Jon Sopel of the BBC declares that the midterm elections “ are ALL about Donald Trump.

2018/11/05 14:59:36
  • It is not that the dictatorship of Venezuela existed a year ago and has appeared with the hundreds of thousands of forced migrants, or that Nicaragua’s dictatorship suddenly happened with the crimes against the protests started on April 18.
  • Bolivia’s Castroist Chavist Dictatorship cannot be covered up

    Editor

    Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua are really regarded as dictatorships, but the Bolivian dictatorship is flouting its nature in analysis, news and statements. While affirming the consensus on the criminal status of Castro-Diaz Canel, Maduro and Ortega regimes, the dictatorship of the coca grower leader Evo Morales seems unnoticed

2018/11/05 14:50:21
  • Like Humpty Dumpty, the post-World War II American free trade policy has fallen off the wall. All of Minton Beddoes’ horses and all her men cannot put it back together again. Global trade will inevitably decline after having grown faster than GDP for decades
  • Donald Trump Declares Economic War on China

    Editor

    After World War II, the US decided to create a new rules-based international order. It was based on institutions such as the United Nations, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF)

2018/10/29 15:04:02
  • Estados Criminales
  • The criminal countries are Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia and Nicaragua

    Editor

    By Carlos Sánchez Berzaín. The Americas have long shown a holder of power that also have liquidated democracy, have established transnational organized crime dictatorships. The criminal countries that form a consortium are Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia and Nicaragua.

2018/10/22 18:04:44