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Venezuela Slams Nations for “Meddling” Over Protest Call

“Venezuela Slams Nation for “Meddling” Over Protest Call.” News, April 18, 2017, sec. Latin America & Caribbean. http://www.bbc.com/news/Veworld-latin-america-39629041. Delcy Rodriguez, Venezuela’s Foreign Minister, criticized a joint communique by 11 Latin American countries that called on Venezuela’s government to “guarantee the right to peace protest,” as “rude meddling” on their part. The 11 …

Mexico Ready to Play the Corn Card in Trade Talks

Daniel Levay Corn is considered Mexico’s most important agricultural crop that is most often imported from the United States and used in goods like livestock feed and tortillas. The Mexican government is using it as leverage during NAFTA renegotiation’s by planning to buy more from Brazil and Argentina and increase …

Argentinian President Reaches Across the Aisle

Elisha Sese-Khalid This article is about the newly elected Conservative Argentinian President Mauricio Macri meeting with both conservatives and liberals throughout the country. Some of the politicians that the Argentinian President met with includes: former Chilean president Sebastián Piñera; centre-right political leader Aécio Neves of Brazil, wife of jailed Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo …

“The Kissinger Cables” confirm ties between dictator and clergy

http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2013/04/15/vati-a15.html The recently published Wikileaks documents- titled the “Kissinger Cables”- exposes and confirms the definitive ties between several military juntas and the Vatican during the 1970’s and 80’s. What’s more is that the ruling military juntas of the time were dictatorial regimes that ruled with an iron fist against “subversives” …

Demolition of Historical Landmarks in Argentina

The article I read discussed the topic of the demolition of historic buildings and the subway station in Argentina. Since the economic collapse in 2001, Argentina has been trying to find ways to cut costs. One of these ways is to stop all funding to the renovation of many of …

Natural Catastrophe in Argentina

Around three days ago in Argentinas capital Buenos Aires and neighbor province La Plata, a natural catastrophe arose. What started off as a rainy day ended in a torrent that allowed for some to evacuate, but many didn’t have enough time. This natural disaster caused many to lose their home, …

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