Posts Tagged ‘Carlos Slim’

The (brief) Carnival of Latin America & the Caribbean

Monday, February 6th, 2012

LatinAmerARGENTINA
The War for Oil… And Squid?, via Instapundit

Prince William’s Falklands tour ‘is his duty to the RAF’
Former Chief of the General Staff General Sir Mike Jackson says Prince William’s arrival in the Falkland Islands is a routine part of life in the Royal Air Force.

BRAZIL
Brazil’s President Flexes Clout in Cuba Trip

Standoff between striking police, soldiers

CHILE
Competition in Chile
The shine comes off

CUBA
Since Fidel is such an exemplary figure of virtue, Pope Benedict XVI to receive Fidel Castro back into the Catholic Church?

Political Repression in Cuba: Rundown for the week of January 30th, 2012

WashPost Coos ‘So Nice to Meet You, Havana’ (But Bring Your Own Charmin)

HAITI
Haiti’s judiciary
Just what the Doc ordered

HONDURAS
What’s the Honduran government’s cut of your travel costs?

LATIN AMERICA
ALBA bloc of nations to see new members
Suriname and St Lucia are seeking membership in the ALBA group of left-leaning nations, as the bloc continues to flex its muscle and take jabs at the United States.

MEXICO
Carlos Slim
Let Mexico’s moguls battle
Mexico suffers from two near-monopolies. It should let them fight each other

Mexico conservatives back woman presidential candidate

PUERTO RICO
17 Dominican migrants die trying to get to Puerto Rico

VENEZUELA
Venezuela’s Fateful Presidential Primary
Chávez’s political opposition attempts to unify behind a candidate.

Venezuela everyday more like Cuba, will smell like it soon

February 4th. 1992: A Day Of Shame For Venezuelans

The week’s posts:
Holder insults Puerto Rican Congressman
Weirdest theft of the year: Chilean ice
Venezuela: Who armed the kids?
Law-abiding Mexicans arm themselves
Fast & Furious: No one’s responsible
Venezuela: Jews fleeing persecution


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