The authorship of the project to build a large port on the country’s coast is attributed to Peruvian admiral Juan Ribaudo. To do that, he took on the task of looking for the most suitable site and chose a piece ...

For unknown reasons, but surely linked to religious beliefs, human beings tend to revere death more than life. Of course, that varies in each civilization and even in each people. Many great characters in history are only revered after they ...

Guatemala Although in 2021 the United States Congress issued a decree that prohibited the delivery of funds to the armies of Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras until there were improvements in the fight against corruption, the Department of Defense used ...

The protests in Peru after the impeachment of President of President Pedro Castillo are continuing. While the United States has established contact with the new installed President Dina Boluarte – in an obvious attempt to lend legitimation, several Latin American ...

By Işıkgün Akfırat The resistance against the US-backed coup continues in Peru. Imprisoned President Pedro Catillo took his supporters to the streets with the letters he wrote. As the conflict intensified, Castillo delivered the message of ‘continuing the fight against ...

By Sergio Rodriguez Gelfenstein * The Peruvian political class has always possessed an intrinsic duplicity that characterizes and shapes it. Betrayal is in their genes since long gone times. The felony that is still part of their daily existence started ...

The struggle for government in Peru is continuing. After the impeachment of President Pedro Castillo by the country’s Congress, Castillo’s supporters took to the streets. Protests erupted in different cities of the country. Protesters occupied Andahuaylas airport in the south ...

By Fernando Esteche In the last week, Peru has witnessed a change of presidency. President Pedro Castillo announced to dissolve the Congress, upon which the Congress itself substituted the President himself. While his Vice-President, Dina Boluarte assumed power. Castillo remains ...

By Oscar Rotundo* On July 28, 2021, Pedro Castillo assumed the presidency of Peru after having defeated the right-wing candidate Keiko Fujimori in the second round by a narrow difference. Fujimori, daughter of the former president convicted of crimes against ...

A schoolteacher and a left-wing union leader will lead the new Peruvian government. The possibility of a future is opening up that incorporates the popular majorities and reverses the extractivist and dependency model. Castillo´s government will have to meet the ...