In an interview shown in the past week on the Spanish-language network Univision, U.S. President-elect Barack Obama said that Venezuela's firebrand pr...
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Reporting from Caracas, Venezuela -- Despite the prospect of economic hard times as oil revenue plunges, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is preparing...
Hezbollah has been able to keep its weapons and buy more following Lebanon's civil war. The "Party of God" is also known to maintain close and direct relations with Syria's leadership.
After suffering serious losses during the 2006 summer war with Israel, Hezbollah reportedly increased its weapons arsenal three-fold, though they should have disarmed.
The prospect of a unified Latin America that could finally stand up, not only to the U.S. but to the global financial system, appeals to global justice activists.
Chavez's fortunes have always hinged on his standing with moderates. But these days he talks to them less and less, spending more of his time on the kind of hyperbolic red meat that only the wingnuts go for.
What the United States needs to do under the Obama administration is, first off, pay more attention and engage not just with Nicaragua but to Latin America in general.
I carry my share of misery, but a fair number of reactionaries must have ceaseless raging fear in their heads. Isn't real life awful enough? Why the need for even worse alternate realities?
The "divide and conquer," Cold War strategy in Latin America has only succeeded in further reducing Washington's standing in the region, which is now lower than it has ever been.
During the Ibero-American summit in Santiago, Chile, King Juan Carlos of Spain becomes somewhat agitated at Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez.
The king of Spain's recent undiplomatic outburst at the Venezuelan president has become a ringtone hit across Spain.
An estimated 500,000 people have...
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