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Refugee crisis in Latin America is getting worse

Refugee crisis in Latin America is getting worse

By Isabella Grullón Paz March 6, 2018
Latin America’s response — turning a blind eye —  is further empowering Maduro’s regime.
Separation of Church and State

Separation of Church and State

By Isabella Grullón Paz January 25, 2018
What is actually at stake is whether or not the people of Colombia will break the traditional model of conservatism imposed by the country’s massive cultural ties to religion.
Latin America rejects U.S. military intervention

Latin America rejects U.S. military intervention

By Isabella Grullón Paz August 30, 2017
Under the radar of most news sites, Vice President Mike Pence made his way down to Colombia to begin a week-long trip to Latin America that was later cut short.
Help the Venezuelan people, not your ego

Help the Venezuelan people, not your ego

By Isabella Grullón Paz May 3, 2017

While most of the world turns its back on Latin American politics and focuses on the Middle East, the beginning of a dictatorship and civil war brews in Venezuela.   Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro...

Vice President of Venezuela eases drug trade

By Isabella Grullón Paz February 21, 2017
Concern should be placed, however, on how this will affect the stability of Central and South America.

Sketchy deals in Venezuela

By Isabella Grullón Paz February 15, 2017
When CNN dug a little deeper, it found that from 2008 to 2012, there were 173 people from the Middle East who obtained Venezuelan passports and IDs.

Corruption fuels Venezuelan riots

By Dylan Maloney March 5, 2014

As the world is captivated by the events unfolding in Ukraine, it seems mainstream news has forgotten about another nation, Venezuela. Students in the country are demanding free speech and have led the...

Foreign policy post-Chavez

By Rachael Hartford March 24, 2013
Hugo Chavez, Venezuela’s self-proclaimed “Bolivarian” leader, passed away March 5, leaving many around the world asking: What will Venezuela look like without Chavez? Chavez, who led the country since taking power in 1998, seems to be just as divisive in death as he was when he was alive. Even his interim successor was contentious. Chavez…
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