Search: Venezuela,Cuba,Latin America (4 materials)

Is China still the "big dog" in Brazil and Latin America?

... experts. Ironically, Russia's electronic voting machines are mostly "third generation" technology.This calendar year, Latin America in the midst of what latinamericanists have defined for the rest of the world as an “election supercycle” with eight nations going to the polls; Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Mexico, Paraguay and Venezuela. If we go three months back to late 2017 and include Honduras and Chile, the “election supercycle” includes ten ...


El Comercio names the senior Peruvian politicians involved in big Odebrecht scandal

...."  In a snarky move, recently, the incoming right wing regime in Brazil ex-invited Venezuela's current president Maduro from the January 1st innaguration of president-elect... ... Bolsonaro in Brasilia.  Also ex-invited were another member of the Bolivarian Alliance, Cuba. For reasons not made clear the leaders of Bolivia and Nicaragua were not ex-invited... ... apologists for historically corrupt mainstream parties are alienating prospective voters in Latin America.This is happening at the very moment that their right to popular sovereignty...


The EU-CELAC Summit in Brussels: New Horizons or New Geopolitical Schemes?

... initiatives, qualifying them as an attempt to combine the new with the old: while announcing the normalization of relations with Cuba, Washington calls Venezuela a “threat to the US” just as it did in the 1960s, launching an undeclared war against Liberty Island. At ... ... time, the United States is undertaking efforts to split the CELAC and the emerging Latin-Caribbean bloc by promoting certain Latin American integration projects to the detriment of others. The most dynamic of them today is the Pacific Alliance (PA) established ...


A Panda and a Bear in the Caribbean

Russia and China in the Latin American Arms Market. Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua At Commission on Military-Technical Cooperation (MTC) session with Foreign States on January 27, 2014 Russian President Vladimir Putin encouraged those present to seek out new markets, in particular mentioning Latin America. Soon afterwards,...


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