Invertebrate Cuba

Invertebrate Spain (as in without backbone), and The Revolt of the Masses are two of José Ortega y Gasset’s best known works. Ortega y Gasset (1883-1955), a Spanish philosopher and essayist, wrote during the first half of the 20th century when Spain wavered between monarchy, republicanism, and dictatorship. For him, the Basque and Catalan separatisms…

Was the death of Hugo Chávez an assassination? If so: who executed it?

Russia strategically places in the arena that former President Chavez was poisoned… Specifically,  Igor Kirillov, commander of the Radiological, Chemical and Biological Defense of the Russian Armed Forces , stated that Hugo Chávez (1999-2013) was poisoned with a special substance capable of causing cancer. The Russian representative explained that the deadly liquid in question can…

Peter Corzo

A crime to punish

Russia and Ukraine accuse each other of having bombed a prison causing the death of nearly fifty inmates and injuring more than 120, the fact is under investigation and it is expected that due to the magnitude of the events those responsible will be punished severely. The prisoners, regardless of the crime committed, are defenseless…

Pelosi’s tour

Japan was the last leg of her tour of Asia, and Nancy Pelosi is not just any representative. She, at 82 years old, is the spokeswoman for the Chamber and in that capacity, the third in line of command in the country. Her trip should have been a state trip and it was just a…

Can win rejection in Chile?

After reading more than once each article of the proposal to be plebiscitated this September 4, and studying it in relation to other countries and Chile’s own constitutional history, I no longer have any doubts. Furthermore, he had not been so certain since the 1988 plebiscite, when General Pinochet was told no. I make it…

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 107

Inter-American Watch Tuesday 8/2/2022 Analysis   Marco Rubio: “We are Facing Some Real Challenges” in Latin America Last week, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., offered remarks during the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations nominations hearing for U.S. Ambassadorships in Latin America and the Caribbean. Rubio said the following….In Suriname, you have a president who…