Tag: bolivarian

The world without Chavez
Comments Critical Dialogues In Focus

The world without Chavez

Has will go down in history as the most outstanding leader of the ongoing process of change in Latin America. The Bolivarian Revolution will not stop, because Chávez’s ideas have many more followers than people think, and many more than his opponents would like.   Claudio Chipana G.   Hugo […]

Musing over the end of the world
Comments In Focus

Musing over the end of the world

I Nezahualcoyotl ask:/ Do we truly live on Earth?/ Nothing is forever on Earth,here only for a short while./ Even jade will shatter, /even gold will crumble, / even the feathers of the Quetzal will tear. / Not forever on earth, /here only for a short while. (Cantares mexicanos. Miguel […]

USAID in Cuba, more interference than help
Uncategorized

USAID in Cuba, more interference than help

Recent actions of the United States government contradict the statement made by President Barack Obama  three years ago at the 5th Summit of the Americas in Trinidad and Tobago of  seeking a new beginning in relations with Cuba. _ Luis Brizuela Brínguez Far from this commitment , Washington has strengthened […]

Chavéz and the media  coup d’etat
Globe Latin America

Chavéz and the media coup d’etat

On the 11 of April 2002 the opposition carried out a coup d’état in Venezuela. They arrested the President, threw him out of the country, took power, announced radical changes and established a dictatorship that lasted two days. Alongside them were the press, radio and television; as well as the […]