The Venezuelan President, Hugo Chavez, warned this Wednesday that his colleague from Colombia, Alvaro Uribe, would be “playing with fire” if he cedes that the United States military base that is in Ecuador be transferred to the border of his country.
“I denounce the Colombian government of rendering a perverse [Read more]
The president of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick, highlighted the economic progress sustaining Colombia, although he recognized that the country pays more infrastructure cost compared to other nations that have the same investments. “Colombia has improved a lot in the competitiveness of its economy, but the [Read more]
Carlos Mario Jiménez, the ex-military leader of the Central Bolivian Block (Bcb, Bloque Central Bolívar), visibly nervous, went yesterday before Judge Alan Key, in the United States.
‘Macaco (the ape, bigwig),’ who was extradited Wednesday morning, didn’t accept the public defender, Gregory Spencer (from the [Read more]
Barack Obama’s victory in North Carolina and the stalemate between Obama and Clinton in Indiana has increased the number of those democrats calling for an end to her run.
Barack Obama defeated Hillary Clinton in North Carolina by 14 delegates, and the former First Lady won Indiana by just 2 delegates. [Read more]
The “unrestrained career” of the Venezuelan President, Hugo Chavez, by nationalizing companies, shows that he is in a pinch and that he is trying to avoid a defeat in the regional municipal elections of November, according to the American newspaper The New York Times.
In an editorial, the New York newspaper [Read more]
It is not crazy to think that the governor of New Mexico has aspirations of being the Secretary of State if Obama wins.
One of the big dilemmas that those charged with establishing the politics of the United States towards Latin America have historically been faced with is if it will be necessary to limit the topics [Read more]
On Tuesday, Mexico and Canada called for Congress in Washington to approve the free trade agreement between the United States and Colombia, which was sent Monday by President George W. Bush to the corporate body without assuring its approval.
“Mexico already has a free trade agreement with Colombia”, said the [Read more]
Is it worth it to kill more than 450,000 people, the majority civilians? Yes. And to destroy a thousand-year-old culture? Yes. And, as if it were a petty subject, to kill prisoners in jail? Effectively, yes. It is seen this way by the president of the United States, George W. Bush, at the five-year anniversary of [Read more]
"If Venezuela attacks Colombia, what would the U.S. do?"