Meanwhile, the Taliban has intensified its war against government forces in several provinces of Afghanistan. It carried out an attack in Kabul on Monday, killing over 16 people.
Crises, scandals, and plunging approval ratings marked the first three months of the far-right retired captain in office
Foreign affairs expert argues that Brazil’s new policy jeopardizes the country’s role as a mediator in South America
While international media creates a spectacle around “humanitarian aid”, strong mobilizations in support of Nicolás Maduro and the Bolivarian Revolution continue within Venezuela and across the world
Ignacio Ramonet, a Spanish intellectual, journalist and writer based in France, a specialist in geopolitics and international strategy, and a consultant to the UN, recently interviewed Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro Moros. Tomorrow Nicolás Maduro will begin his second term as president of Venezuela.
The bill permitting the entry of troops to ‘protect’ US president Donal Trump was passed in the Uruguayan Senate on November 13. Unions and civil society groups said that the move would compromise national sovereignty