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Seeking to oust Maduro, Washington may find itself in a new Vietnam
02/08/2019

Seeking to oust Maduro, Washington may find itself in a new Vietnam

A coup in Venezuela is supported by the most powerful geopolitical and economic interests in the world
INF Treaty withdraw, Venezuela and Afghanistan – weekly outcomes
02/04/2019

INF Treaty withdraw, Venezuela and Afghanistan – weekly outcomes

INF Treaty withdraw, Venezuela and Afghanistan - weekly outcomes
“The Global Minotaur” sets his eyes on South America
01/31/2019

“The Global Minotaur” sets his eyes on South America

Venezuela has plunged into the abyss of a political and economic crisis, with the Constituent and National Assembly vying for power and violence erupting in the streets..
Coup attempt in Venezuela, Red Scarves, and the end of the Shutdown – weekly review
01/31/2019

Coup attempt in Venezuela, Red Scarves, and the end of the Shutdown – weekly review

Coup attempt in Venezuela, Red Scarves, and the end of the Shutdown – weekly review
Venezuela amid the struggle for control, energy and influence
01/29/2019

Venezuela amid the struggle for control, energy and influence

Venezuela crisis: What's going on?
Who profits from the coup in Venezuela?
01/24/2019

Who profits from the coup in Venezuela?

On January 23, Juan Guaido, the speaker of the National Assembly, announced himself to be the president of the country at a demonstration in Caracas
The case of Brazil and Mexico, the first symptoms of globalization’s weakening in Latin America?
12/18/2018

The case of Brazil and Mexico, the first symptoms of globalization’s weakening in Latin America?

Brazil and Mexico, which, unlike the rest of Latin America, are the two countries that in turn have experienced a significant turnaround in the last elections
The migrant caravan and the crisis on the Mexican-American border
12/04/2018

The migrant caravan and the crisis on the Mexican-American border

From the beginning of his presidential campaign in 2016, Donald Trump created an important shift in political rhetoric regarding immigration. The shift coincided with a protectionist turn on economic matters including reviewing trade agreements with China, Mexico, Canada, and Europe
Monthly review: November 2018
12/03/2018

Monthly review: November 2018

Monthly review: November 2018, geopolitical events
The Return of the Right and the ‘Trumpification’ of Latin America
12/01/2018

The Return of the Right and the ‘Trumpification’ of Latin America

Jair Bolsonaro’s victory in Brazil and US President Donald Trump’s rush to congratulate the like-minded President-elect, has triggered a debate on the rise of “Trumpism” in Latin American politics.
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