The situation in Venezuela seems to have degraded since this year’s January 23rd, when the president of the country’s National Assembly, Juan Gaidó, proclaimed himself as interim president. US vice-president, Mike Pence, stated last week that “the struggle in...
Morality is, perhaps, the main component of politics. Political theorists, including realist ones, looked at morality for years, trying to unravel, after all, what would be its arena in the political doing. In the enactment model, for instance, morality...
"A little tired, we had to sleep in the worst conditions, on the slopes of the mountain, without a sleeping bag or anything, and just that night we found a small hut, four meters long and three wide.  To...
The logo heading the pages of the Estado de São Paulo newspaper reminds of Bernard Gregoire, a French that, in 1876, went around the streets of São Paulo by horse, playing a trumpet and announcing the news of the...
Note: This article is based on Marxist economic theory and macro-economic study of Latin American countries combined with two primary direct experiences: The author is a specialist on China’s economy – having written over 200 articles on it, published in...
It was one of these accursed days in which I had to say her goodbye. I got my backpack, gave her a kiss and quit, with my pal, at ten o’clock. It didn’t took much until we stopped one...
The following article on 'The New Shape of World Politics - Disorder in the West, Stability in the East' analyses the reasons for the Trump administration introducing tariffs against China and the background to the recent G7 and Shanghai...
Iván Duque is Colombia's new President. With 10,3 million votes, the uribista* candidate triumphed over the center-left candidate Gustavo Petro by a margin of 12%. Petro, the former guerrilla soldier who got 8 million votes, acknowledge his opponent's victory in...
"Maracayeros were victims of repression for hours this Saturday - the citizens protested against the repression and honored Fabián Urbina." That's how the Venezuelan newspaper El Nacional introduced an article about an opposition protest that occurred in Maracay city,...
To avoid bloodshed. The benevolent and heroic phrase has appeared, in its various forms, as a historical constant in the World's political history. In Brazil, it became a mantra since former leftist president João Goulart, facing a military coup in 1964,...

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