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Monroe Doctrine

ALBA: Future proposal for Latin America and the Caribbean

ALBA: Future proposal for Latin America and the Caribbean

The main contradiction on the Latin American continent is still between the ideas of Monroe and Bolivar, ALBA representing the ideas of the great Latin American hero.
Argentine military defenselessness

Argentine military defenselessness

Exclusive interview with ret. Counter Admiral Guillermo Manuel Tomé of the Argentine Navy.
Laura Richardson: A modern Athena

Laura Richardson: A modern Athena

The rhetoric of the Chief of the Southern Command reflects the insertion of Latin America - by the United States - in a logic of global confrontation that predicts greater presence and greater interventionism.
From Bolívar to Chávez: 200 years later, the enemy is the same

From Bolívar to Chávez: 200 years later, the enemy is the same

The recent conflict around Guayana Esequibo is just the last chapter of an older and wider conflict. Here's why.
NATO’s growing military presence in Latin America and the Caribbean (I)

NATO’s growing military presence in Latin America and the Caribbean (I)

The increasing role of the US Southern Command, the examples of Paraguat and Argentina, and the fight against Russia and China on the 200th anniversary of the Monroe Doctrine.
Lights, grays and shadows of the CELAC Summit

Lights, grays and shadows of the CELAC Summit

History and perspective of Latin American integration.
Las Segovias, Playa Girón, Mar del Plata and now Los Angeles?

Las Segovias, Playa Girón, Mar del Plata and now Los Angeles?

The upcoming Summit of the Americas may become the scene of a new defeat for US claims of hegemony.
All or nobody

All or nobody

US excludes Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua from the Summit of the Americas - Mexican and Bolivian Presidents announced to boycot the summit.