Colombia is awakening and Iván Duque’s government has no answers
The exhaustion of a formal democratic model based on a conservative-liberal two-party system unable to meet people’s expectations is evident in Colombia, where the government of President Iván Duque struggles to articulate a response for the newest wave of protests in South America
Israeli annexation of the Jordan Valley, new blow to peace in the Middle East
The hopes of peace in the Middle East suffered a serious blow after Mike Pompeo announced that Washington will no longer consider illegal the Israeli settlements in occupied Palestinian territory
Who overthrew Bolivia’s President Evo Morales’ government and why?
It is time to take a closer look to the actors behind the fall of President Evo Morales and their motivations, as well as the mistakes committed by the Bolivian government in the last 13 years
Bangkok summit: the future of global growth and trade lies in East Asia
15 countries covering nearly a third of the world’s gross domestic product agreed to sign up for the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) in February 2020
A wave of mass protests is shaking the world from Haiti to Hong Kong
As the year ends, 2019 will be remembered for the massive demonstrations that are currently shaking the world from Haiti to Hong Kong against neoliberal economic programs and corruption
In the name of peace: Sinaloa Cartel subdues AMLO’s government
A week later, there are more questions than answers regarding the facts, due to AMLO’s insistence on defending his decision to prevent an “extermination”
Lenín Moreno’s harsh neoliberal measures are withdrawn in Ecuador
Popular and indigenous movements in Ecuador achieved a victory after President Lenín Moreno's government withdrew the austerity program that included an IMF loan and the sharp increase in fuel prices
Only interests: The betrayal of the Kurdish people is an old U.S. tradition
The situation of the Middle East took another dramatic turn this week with the U.S. partial withdrawal from northeastern Syria, abandoning the Kurdish militia who fought the Islamic extremists
A multilateral world order is the best answer to the neocolonialism threat
Under various different masks and pretexts, neocolonialism is back in our age marked by the decline of the sole superpower, the return of nationalist trends and an increasingly chaotic world
The unstoppable looting of Mexico’s cultural heritage
Known worldwide by its artistic treasures, Mexico continues to suffer the looting of its cultural heritage despite the national and international laws on the matter