Source: El Nuevo Herald Antonio Maria Delgado El régimen de Nicolás Maduro incurrió en una serie de delitos electorales que generan dudas sobre los resultados de los comicios presidenciales de abril, concluyó una misión de observadores independientes del Instituto de Altos Estudios Europeos que estuvo presente en Venezuela durante la […]
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Especial 6toPoder: Grupo de Raúl Gorrín y Andrade destruyó las reservas internacionales del país (Pruebas +Cheques)
Source: 6topoder.com 02 jun 2013 Alejandro Andrade, por medio de sus operadores en el sector privado, uno de ellos,...
Otto J. Reich & Ezequiel Vázquez-Ger: US Should Not Sign New Trade Agreements with Ecuador | Newsmax
The reputation of Ecuador under President Rafael Correa has taken many hits lately. By now anyone with access to the...
Originally published in Newsmax.com The world has witnessed, through the eyes of courageous videographers and journalists, how Bashar al-Assad mercilessly targets Syrian women, children and other civilians for annihilation. Assad’s Russian-made tanks and weapons have been seen obliterating entire neighborhoods and towns. But we know little about the enablers who provide Assad […]Read more ›
Columnist Mary Anastasia O’Grady on Panama president Ricardo Martinelli trying to pack the Supreme Court Related PostsMore Light on Cuba-North Korea Connection (Oct 12, 2013) Jorge Lanata: Las Redes de la Corrupción Argentina Parte 3 (Apr 29, 2013) Jorge Lanata: Las Redes de la Corrupción Argentina Parte 2 (Apr […]Read more ›
Some 15,000 ships, carrying 5% of the world’s sea-going cargo, already pass through the Panama Canal every year. But when a third set of locks capable of handling larger vessels is completed in 2014, analysts expect the annual canal cargo volume to double. This will ensure that in the 21st […]Read more ›
American businessman Jacob Ostreicher, held in Bolivia for over a year without formal charges and without bail at the dangerous Palmasola prison run by inmates, was visited by U.S. Rep. Chris Smith (NJ-04), chairman of the House panel that oversees international human rights. Smith accompanied Ostreicher to a hearing Monday […]Read more ›
Foreign Policy: How to destroy a judicial system in three easy steps, By Otto J. Reich & Ezequiel Vázquez-Ger
The Organization of American States (OAS) just held its 42nd general assembly in Cochabamba, Bolivia. During the general assembly, Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa, in a renewed attack against freedom of the press, sought to block the release the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights’ (IACHR) report of press freedom in the Americas. […]Read more ›
U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) on the Senate floor regarding the arrest of Cuban pro-democracy leader Jorge Luis Garcia Perez “Antunez” pursuant to his testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee: Related PostsAndres Oppenheimer: U.N. affiliate may sponsor “modern-day slavery” (Sep 6, 2013) North Korean ship carrying hidden ‘missile equipment’ detained […]Read more ›