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The End of Mexican Democracy?

The End of Mexican Democracy? By Enrique Krauze   Mexico City — On July 1, we Mexicans will choose our president for the next six years. It will be no ordinary election. During a period when democracy...

From Lima to Havana – a decisive moment for Latin America

From Lima to Havana – a decisive moment for Latin America Remi Piet The recent Summit of the Americas and the transition of power in Cuba are just two events among a number of political shifts...

The collapse of the Venezuelan health system

The collapse of the Venezuelan health system   When Hugo Chavez became Venezuela's new president in 1998, he promised to provide free health care to all and enshrined this right within Venezuela's new constitution, rewritten in...

Is the Law of Attraction Real? What is the Real Secret?

Is the Law of Attraction Real? What is the Real Secret? By: Jennifer Plouff   Everyone is lured in by the thought of easy money, especially today. Personal debt is at an all time high and personal...

The secret memo to Raúl Castro

The secret memo to Raúl Castro   “We have managed to control the nation with the largest oil reserves on the planet without firing a single shot and without openly involving our armed forces. And we...

Winnie Mandela was a hero. If she’d been white, there would be no debate

Winnie Mandela was a hero. If she’d been white, there would be no debate Afua Hirsch   Peaceful protest did not end apartheid: it took revolutionaries. And it shouldn’t be difficult to choose between a system...

Venezuela’s Journalists Can’t be Silenced

Venezuela’s Journalists Can’t be Silenced Tamara Taraciuk Broner   When you are forced to flee your country, all you have is what you carry. I’m not talking about your luggage or your savings, but what...

Latin-America’s worst-ever refugee crisis: Venezuelans

Latin-America’s worst-ever refugee crisis: Venezuelans   Venezuelan citizens cross the Simon Bolivar International Bridge to Colombia. (George Castellanos/AFP/Getty Images)   THE LONG-RUNNING crisis in Venezuela, which has undergone a catastrophic economic collapse even as its authoritarian regime has...

The mother’s role in preventing violent extremism

The mother's role in preventing violent extremism Alethea Osborne Why is it that mothers are often overlooked in efforts to prevent and counter violent extremism? They could be crucial to tackling the roots of radicalisation. For...

The Drug Kingpin Running Venezuela’s Bond Negotiations #Bloomberg

   The Drug Kingpin Running Venezuela's Bond Negotiations By Patricia Laya and                                                        Andrew Rosat Tareck El Aissami. Photographer: Carlos Becerra/Bloomberg Vice President Tareck El Aissami has...

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