The U.N.’s scores on Human Development leave out humanity and development. By Nicholas Virzi

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The U.N.´s human development approach was, supposedly, from that point on to be focused on people and their opportunities and choices.In 1990 the first...

Guatemala muddles through its path to democratic consolidation, opinion column by Nicholas Virzi.

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In a recent article in World Politics Review, Dinorah Azpuru , an expert on democratic culture from Wichita State University, summarized what is to...

Victim of State Department Persecution Reveals Sordid Details, by Steven Hecht

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Guatemalan Lawyer Sanctioned for Not Testifying Falsely against Prosecutor General Former Guatemala prosecutor Dennis Herrera has explained to the Impunity Observer in a video interview (parts one and two) why...

The Dark side of US Dollars in Cuba, by Mauro Echeverría

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How Remittances, Tourism Serve the Regime The Cuban regime, led by dictator Miguel Díaz-Canel and the Revolutionary Armed Forces (FAR), controls around 90 percent of...

El enfoque de libertad de Florida es una lección para la nación, por Steven...

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Quienes votaron por los demócratas en las elecciones de medio término ignoraron el desastroso récord del régimen de Biden. Todos los estadounidenses, especialmente los...

What Cubans Want the World to Know, by Fergus Hodgson

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Tired of Dictatorship, They No Longer Believe the Regime 4 https://youtu.be/wITNYEYCpq4 Fergus Hodgson Managing Editor: Fergus Hodgson is the director of Econ Americas, a financial and economic consultancy....

What AMLO’s Electoral Reform Spells for Democracy, by Mauro Echeverria

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Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) has proposed a constitutional amendment to reform the country’s electoral system. Despite debate since late October, members of the...

Democrats must pay for backing corruption in Brazil, by Steven Hecht

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Op-ed views and opinions expressed are solely those of the author. The Biden regime has confirmed its penchant for totalitarianism by favoring Luiz Ignacio “Lula”...

The End of U.S. hegemony in Latin America. By Nicholas Virzi

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The loss of Latin America is a much bigger deal. The penchant of the State Dept. of attacking conservative allies of the U.S. for...

The Origins of Escalating Violence in Ecuador, by Andrés Sebastián Díaz Ponce

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Growing Crime Results in $4 Billion in Annual Economic Losses On October 20, 2022, Ecuadorian President Guillermo Lasso held a meeting with a US Senate delegation led...

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