“One goes out to protest and they shoot us,” says a protester amid a political and economic crisis that transverses Venezuela. In 2012, under the promise of reducing the homicide rate in Venezuela, which was one of the highest in the region at that time, President Hugo Chávez banned the sales of arms to civil … Continue reading ‘No country is immune to tyranny,’ says Venezuelan activist and expert after Second Amendment discussion
(Honduras)-La nueva presidenta de Honduras, Xiomara Castro de Zelaya, se reuné con el ex-presidente de la República del Ecuador, Rafael Correa. Xiomara Castro de Zelaya no solo es la primera mujer en ser electa como presidente de Honduras, pero también, ha devuelto a la izquierda al poder. “Honduras: Vuelve la izquierda al poder; Xiomara Castro … Continue reading Honduras: Camino al Socialismo del Siglo XXI
(Cuba)- Prensa oficialista cubana denomina la "leche de cucaracha" como alternativa nutritiva en medio de una crisis migratoria, económica, y social. Si, como leen, la leche de cucaracha se ha promocionado como una alternativa nutritiva, según Radio Guamá, originaria de Pinar del Río. "A continuación, te contamos lo que es. Se le denomina leche de … Continue reading ‘Leche de Cucaracha’: Alternativa nutritiva.
Pedro Castillo's election victory came as a surprise to many, as he won by a short margin. His rival for the presidency, Keiko Fujimori, daughter of ex-president, Alberto Fujimori, received 49.8% of the votes while Castillo received 50.1% --clearly a divided country. As the first leftist candidate to win, he gained his popularity the same … Continue reading Pedro Castillo: What does this mean for Perú?
In the past two weeks of the Cuba protests and the #SOSCUBA movement. I have come across many asserting their views about the situation in Cuba. Mainly attributing fault to the United States embargo against Cuba and the United States as a whole. Although I agree, and it is factually correct that the U.S. embargo … Continue reading The Embargo: Guilty or Innocent?
Mexico and Cuba share a history of revolution. Filled with uprisings, authoritarians, charismatic leaderships, and fights for justice. Having experienced different types of regimes, the Mexican and Cuban have all desired one thing and that is equality, which has been persistent since the colonial era. Although they differ in many aspects, they share a history … Continue reading Mexico and Cuba: A tale of similarities?
Cuba has been one of the longest communist dictatorships on the face of the Earth. Sixty years into the same dialect of equality and socialism, with an ever so changing world, will the Cuban Revolution survive in a world where markets, investment, and capital are dominant? Although Cuba has long valued socialist ideals, principles, and … Continue reading The Cuban Revolution 2.0: Cuba’s road to sufficiency and stability…