South America Political & Social Issues
Will Venezuela return to the Good Times? Here's How It Might Be Possible
Venezuelans wonder if Venezuela can return to the relative prosperity they had between 1918 and 1983 - for 65 years – “when they were happy and did not know it”. Find out what could await Venezuela in the next years
Taliban vs America vs ISIS
Terrorist bombings at the entrance to Kabul airport and killed many people, including Americans and Taliban. The Khurasan group of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack.
The Riveting Story of Amazon: Explorations and Their Adverse Impact on Nature and Native Populations
Amazon is the name of the largest rainforest in the world and the second-longest river upon the earth. The social, economic, and environmental history of this region rivals fairy tales. It is also a history of injustice and exploitation.
America: Know Joe Biden's Salary Details
Explain that according to the US law, the annual salary of the US President has been fixed at four million US dollars. In Indian currency this amount is about two crore 92 lakh rupees. Apart from this, the President gets an allowance of 50 thousand dollars annually. At the same time, non-taxable
Venezuela: The Fruits of Democratic Socialism
Venezuela, once the richest country in Latin America, voted for Democratic Socialist Hugo Chavez, who promised socialist paradise and thus brought despair and death on itself, along with famine, starvation, disease, incredible inflation rendering the currency worthless, the collapse of medical care
Who Is Mexico’s New President?
Lopez Obrador’s victory is an important historical moment for Mexico, a country that was ruled by a single party, the PRI, for over 70 years. The majority of the Mexican population has chosen a new alternative. For the first time, Mexico’s presidency will go to a leftist candidate.
Redeeming military dictatorships in Chile and Argentina: A case in comparison
A case in comparison analysis of how Argentina and Chile after transitioning to democracy dealt with the politics of reconciliation with society as a whole, and how they were able to move forward.
Peru's Ciudad Constitucion: A Dream Never Realized
Many capital cities were changed around in the last 100 to 150 years, some being built from the ground-up. The one that stands out is probably Brasilia which rose from the jungles of Brazil in 1960 and, after many problems, is now accepted as that...
Los Desaparecidos - "The Disappeared" of Buenos Aires, Argentina - 1976-1983
Who are Los Desaparecidos of Buenos Aires, Argentina?
Kundt's Pocket at Campo Via, Dec. 1933 - The Chaco War
Vencer o Morir (to win or die) was the largest single battle of the Chaco War in December, 1933 at Campo Via. The forces under General Kundt, the Bolivian commander, consisted of the 9th, 4th, and 7th Divisions stretching from Arce to Nanawa (where...