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In the Dark: Massive Blackout Hits Argentina’s Electrical Networks

BUENOS AIRES  – A massive blackout affects the  City of Buenos Aires, the Buenos Aires Conurbation, several provinces and Uruguay, from this Sunday morning onward. It is the first time in history that the lack of supply is registered in the entire national territory and simultaneously.   The cut of the supply took place to the […]

Will the U.S Invade Venezuela? The Geopolitics of Controlled Chaos

By Dragoljub Bosnic Special thanks to Doctor Vladislav Presic Where do the foundations of the current geopolitical situation lie? The short answer is, as always, the Cold War. Some may argue that it’s over, while some say it never stopped, but in any case, the old Cold War is the cause of the current situation. […]

CHE GUEVARA: Socialism and Man in Cuba

Ernesto “Che” Guevara wrote “Notes for the Study of Socialism and Man in Cuba” in the form of a letter to Carlos Quijano, editor of La Marcha, an independent radical weekly published in Montevideo, Uruguay. It bore the dateline “Havana, 1965.” It was also printed by Verde Olivo, the magazine of the Cuban armed forces.  […]

Tragedy as Colombian Death Squad Murders former FARC-EP member

The Colombian ex-insurgent was in the process of reincorporation after the signing of the 2016 peace agreements.   BOGOTA – A former member of the demobilized Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia– Ejército del Pueblo ( FARC-EP ), Rafael Polindara, was assassinated on Thursday by assassins in the municipality of El Tambo Cauca, in the southwest of the South American country. […]

Is Gazprom about to dominate Brazil?

RIO DE JANEIRO – The World Congress of Chambers of Commerce, based in Rio de Janeiro, received commercial representatives from countries such as Russia and China. Gilberto Ramos, president of the organization said that the group signed a cooperation agreement with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Moscow. He explained that the agreement covers […]