Today, thirty million Venezuelans are forced to cope with a grave scarcity of food, medicine, electricity, and political freedom.
The Cuban regime traded Chávez’s life for its own survival – knowing that its bankrupt economy depends on Venezuelan generosity. Unfortunately, the Cubans are not done...
Ecuador wraps itself in the rule of law in defending WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, while President Correa's regime has mounted a relentless assault on the country’s...
Este fin de semana, la viuda del disidente cubano, Oswaldo Payá, rechazó la versión del régimen de Raúl Castro en la que se determina que el accidente automovilístico ocurrido...
What kind of regime could be suspected of engineering a car accident to kill an opponent? The kind that made a “criminal” out of a man like Oswaldo Payá.
What does it say about the sanctimonious Wikileaks founder Julian Assange that he would seek the protection of an autocratic regime in Ecuador -- a country that is one of...
The characteristically pompous announcement last week by Ecuador’s president Rafael Correa that he would boycott the upcoming Summit of the Americas to protest the continued...
Any hope for a democratic transition this year in Venezuela will depend on extraordinary courage of the opposition and increased solidarity from the international community.
As Congress, Republican presidential candidates, and much of the U.S., South American, and European media are sounding the alarm on suspicious activities by Iran and Hezbollah...
Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez’s cancer is accelerating and his chances of surviving until the October 2012 presidential elections are worsening.