By Ambassador Otto Reich – Foreign Policy – Shadow Government – February 18, 2014 “All that it takes for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” – Edmund Burke. Bassil Da Costa was a first-year student in one of Venezuela’s universities. Distressed about deteriorating freedoms in […]
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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 Internet knows that accused sex-criminal Julian Assange has taken refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London so as to avoid extradition from Britain to Sweden, where he faces very serious […]Read more ›
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 ›