The Carnival of Latin America and the Caribbean

Argentine Leader Is Told Thyroid Was Cancer-Free

The justice system in Bolivia
Rough justice
The wrong way to reform the courts

Odd Coincidence: Soros-Affiliated Brazilian Company Looks to Win Major DOD Contract Over U.S. Competition

Dallas teen missing since 2010 was mistakenly deported

Cuban political prisoner Ernesto Borges starts hunger strike to demand medical care

2011, That Year So Remote

Castro dictatorship unleashes another wave of repression

Haitians in Brazil

Jamaica’s election
Go, sista
Sodom and Mrs Simpson Miller

Iran seeking to expand influence in Latin America

Iran in Mexico and the Caribbean: Building a Strategic Trampoline towards the US

Press censorship makes a comeback in Latin America

In Mexico, 12,000 killed in drug violence in 2011

Mexicans confront racism with white, black doll video via GoV.

Suspended Mexican soccer goalie detained in kidnap

On Extraditions and Colombian-Panamanian Ties

Van der Sloot Trial Begins Friday in Peru

Court temporarily bars construction along Puerto Rican coastal strip

Venezuela will not recognize World Bank ruling in Exxon case
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Sunday that his country would not recognize any ruling by a World Bank tribunal in a multibillion-dollar arbitration case with Exxon Mobil Corp.

Chavez at our Lady of Coromoto: an essay on the grotesque, part 1
Chavez at our Lady of Coromoto: an essay on moral turpitude, part 2

ExxonMobil Versus PDVSA: Arbitration and Numbers, and What the ExxonMobil Versus PDVSA Decision Means For The Country’s Bonds

Appointments Unsettle State of Venezuelan Politics

Venezuelan General Consul in Miami declared persona non grata by State Dept.

The week’s posts,
Ahmadinejad is in Venezuela
Jakadrien Turner: Deported Texas Teen Returns to U.S. …from Colombia
The Grand Warlock predicts O will lose
Mexican cartels and the border traffic
Another day, another rumor about Fidel’s death


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