Getting my Ph.D. at the University of New Mexico, I became deeply exposed to the Latin American left and its American supporters. Mostly this was good, but one of the arguments I was never comfortable
Today is the anniversary of the Monroe Doctrine. We should celebrate since this was never ever never ever never used by the United States for imperialistic ventures in Latin America.
On this week’s episode of Foreign Entanglements, long-time friend of the blog Colin Snider and I talk about the conviction of Guatemalan dictator Efrain Rios Montt: See also Corey Robin’s
During the discussion around my piece calling for international safety standards at the workplace with real enforcement teeth that could implicate American corporations subcontracting with unscrupulou
Nyki Salinas-Duda has an interesting though flawed article about the increasingly tense relationship between the left-leaning Latin American governments elected in recent years and indigenous peoples
I’m glad that the entirety of tonight’s foreign debate led to one single mention of a Latin American nation. Cuba of course. I heard Fidel Castro may have risen off his death bed to say so
I’m sick and tired of trying to meet our commentariat’s demands for more posts about Guyana, French Guiana, and Suriname. To shut you all up about these vital nations, I’m linking to
A new survey of the world’s most deadly cities show that the top 33 are in the Americas, with the vast majority along the drug highway in North America and northern South America, beginning with