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Figuera and His Change of Opinions

On May 18, 2019, Posted by , In Alejandra Herrera,Coup,Information Reports,Juan Guaido,Maduro,Venezuela, With Comments Off on Figuera and His Change of Opinions

By: Alejandra Herrera On April 30th, skirmishes erupted in Venezuela between anti-government protests and law enforcement officers as Juan Guaidó called for the population to rise up against Nicolás Maduro. Since this incident, many analysts are attempting to establish the role played by General Manuel Ricardo Christopher Figuera, who was…

An Update on Venezuela

On April 2, 2019, Posted by , In Latin America,Venezuela, By , , With Comments Off on An Update on Venezuela

By Mckay Dayton, Research by Alejandra Herrera Aid Finally Allowed into Venezuela Humanitarian aid is finally being allowed in the country after Nicolas Maduros’ government has denied any aid from entering the country. The Red Cross has said it received permission from the government to start a relief campaign. A…

U.S. and Colombia Relations

On March 11, 2019, Posted by , In Brazil,Colombia,Information Reports,United States, With Comments Off on U.S. and Colombia Relations

Written by Mckay Dayton Research Compiled by Alejandra Herrera The U.S. and Colombia have had a strong relationship for much of Colombia’s 200-year history due to Colombia being one of the oldest democracies in Latin America. Known for having a past full of terrorism from infamous drug cartels, Colombia has…

Brazil’s Bolsonaro and the Future US-Brazil relations

On March 2, 2019, Posted by , In Brazil,Information Reports,United States, With Comments Off on Brazil’s Bolsonaro and the Future US-Brazil relations

Written by Jeff Bates                 Fighting Fernando Haddad for the Presidency, Jair Bolsonaro won the presidency of Brazil and has filled that office since January. His election surprised many Brazilians and outsiders.  Judged as a homophobic, misogynist, and a no-nonsense speaker, he is strongly allied with President Trump on…

Nicaragua, Dictators, and Paramilitaries

On March 2, 2019, Posted by , In Information Reports,Nicaragua, With Comments Off on Nicaragua, Dictators, and Paramilitaries

Written by Mckay Dayton In 1934 U.S. forces left the country of Nicaragua after a period of guerrilla warfare waged by opposition leader Augusto CŽsar Sandino. As they left the U.S. put Anastasio Somoza in charge and 44 years of a terrible dictatorship backed by the U.S. began. The Somoza…