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Chávez’s Man in Washington: He’s Back for Round TwoAugust 10, 2009 ... him out. In revenge, the State Department gave Alvarez 24 hours to pack his bags and leave the country (his family was given 72 hours). It also booted Bolivia's top diplomat here, ...
Playing the ‘Anti-Semitism’ Card Against VenezuelaSeptember 4, 2009 In the early morning hours of January 31, vandals broke into Tiferet Israel, a ... Some international NGOs were no more nuanced. Just hours after the break-in, the U.S.-based Anti-Defamation ...
Colombian Elites Fear Bolivaran RevolutionAugust 25, 2009 ... the way to Cartagena on December 17, 1830, at the age of 47. Bolívar asked to be buried in his home city of Caracas, ...
Will Venezuelan Destabilization Follow the Honduran Coup?August 14, 2009 On January 17th, even before Barack Obama's inauguration, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said Obama has the "same stench" of his predecessor as US president. He added that frayed ties with Washington were unlikely to improve despite the departure of Bush, the man he called the "devil." Now there's a new "devil" with his fingerprints all over the June 28th Honduran coup.
Coups, UNASUR, and the U.S.October 2, 2009 ... wages for the majority while benefits decline and working hours increase. These processes conform well to the history ...