South America


Terror And Tragedy: Brazil’s Assault On The Rights Of Its Indigenous Community

This week, the Brazilian authorities confirmed an investigation into the massacre of 10 members, including women and children, of an indigenous tribe, living along Jandiatuba river in Western Brazil. The culprits of this atrocity are said to be two gold-miners; their crimes were only discovered after they were recorded bragging […]


Disappearance Of Indigenous Activist In Argentina Sparks Outrage

Thousands of Argentine’s are demanding answers regarding the disappearance of Santiago Maldonado, an activist for indigenous rights, who was last seen over a month ago. Maldonado went missing during a protest with the Mapuche community in the southern region of Patagonia where they were met by border police. Following the […]


Peace On The Horizon As Negotiations With Colombia’s Rebel Groups Are Underway

Colombia’s most prominent rebel group the ELN, or National Liberation Army, announced earlier this week that they have killed a Russian hostage who has been detained by the group since November. The rebel group claim Arsen Voskanyan was attempting to steal and smuggle Colombian wildlife, including native poisonous frogs. He […]


El Chavismo: The Lesson From Venezuela To Other Latin American Countries

Venezuela is about to collapse. The country is deeply divided between those who support the revolution and the opposition that wants to overthrow Nicolas Maduro, who inherited the power from Hugo Chavez, and change the destiny of the country. The profound economic crisis and the shortage of basic goods have […]


Venezuela: Military Intervention Is Not The Answer

After U.S. President Donald Trump told a news conference on Friday that a military option in Venezuela was “certainly something we could pursue,” his own Vice President, Mike Pence, backpedalled immediately, claiming, “The president also remains confident that working with all of our allies across Latin America we can achieve […]