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Video: Why can't David Cameron get down like this?

During a celebration of the Day of Democracy and Human rights – arranged by the government to celebrate the 31st anniversary of a return to democracy in Argentina, the country’s president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner threw down some serious shapes. 44 more words


Cristina Fernández de Kirchner Has a Problem.

The President of Argentina thinks that the government of the United States is out to get her—and by “get her” I mean kill her. Her quick and very public descent into what I can only think is madness has taken Argentina by storm. 365 more words

Grace Mugabe Poised for Succession: Zimbabwe's Poisoned Future

Those in Zimbabwe looking forward to the end of the Mugabe era may yet be disappointed. Whilst Robert Mugabe, 90, can surely only have a few years left on this earth – though it has to be said he has defied all medical expectations in recent years – it is now looking increasingly likely that he will be succeeded by his wife Grace. 446 more words

!!!!!!! RT: Why the US, UK, EU & Israel hate Syria

As I listened to this video, my thought was that this young woman is not ‘real’. Nevertheless, however the video came into being, I believe the thoughts expressed in it are totally ‘real’. 1,982 more words


Argentine Daily: Weakened Obama is "A Deplumed Lame Duck"

Argentine Daily: Weakened Obama is “A Deplumed Lame Duck” Roasted
by Political Defeat

Nov. 12 (EIRNS)–Two days after Barack Obama and the Democratic
Party got smashed in the midterm congressional elections, 147 more words


Leftist Latin America: Destined for dysfunction?

Author: Liam Murphy, Johns Hopkins University


Is the pink tide ebbing? Less than a decade ago, Latin America was home to numerous vibrant leftist political movements, with popular leaders such as Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez and Brazil’s Lula da Silva leading the charge for socialist reform and a rebuke of capitalist intervention in the region. 859 more words

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New Eurasian Paradigm Replacing Dead Trans-Atlantic System; South America Realigns

The Trans-Atlantic system is dead, and a fundamental realignment towards the BRICS and Eurasia is now taking place among those nations which wish to survive. This is seen clearly in the maturing relationships between the nations of South America and China, following the crucial victory of Dilma Rousseff in Brazil which secured Brazil’s role as the South American leader of the BRICS. 535 more words