An Update on Venezuela

On April 2, 2019, Posted by , In Latin America, 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…

Hugo Chavez and Venezuela

On May 24, 2012, Posted by , In Latin America, By ,, , With Comments Off on Hugo Chavez and Venezuela

The year 2012 plays host to several important Presidential elections around the world: those in France, the first presidential elections in Egypt following the removal of Hosni Mubarak from power, and the elections in the United States with President Obama up for reelection in what seems to be an increasingly…

Security Sensationalism: Hezbollah in Latin America

On April 13, 2012, Posted by , In Latin America, By , , With Comments Off on Security Sensationalism: Hezbollah in Latin America

In November of last year, the Republican presidential candidates were asked to speak about a national security issue that had not been receiving enough attention.  In response, three of the candidates reported that radical Islamist groups, namely Hamas and Hezbollah, were operating in Latin America across the Mexican border, presenting…