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A New Middle East Mega-War Is Unfolding Right Before Our Eyes

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Geopolitics / South America

If Chavez Dies, What Next for U.S. - Venezuelan Energy Relations?

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Dec 19, 2012 at 17:15 | John Daly

Despite contradictory information from Caracas, one thing is clear – Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, the country’s chief executive since 1998, is a very sick man.Having won reelection in…

Colombia: Will Negotiations Work This Time?

Colombia: Will Negotiations Work This Time?

Oct 01, 2012 at 16:56 | Defense and Foreign Affairs

Pres. Juan Manuel Santos Calderón of Colombia is working toward the start of negotiations to end the protracted civil war with FARC and to essentially end FARC’s significant position in…

Business as Usual for Big Oil Despite Falkland Tensions

Business as Usual for Big Oil Despite Falkland Tensions

Jul 05, 2012 at 17:44 | Jen Alic

While tensions between Britain and Argentina have been rising as a natural response to the 30th anniversary of the Falkland War, oil is the primary driver of a renewed Falkland…

How Energy Independence Influences Brazilian Geopolitics

How Energy Independence Influences Brazilian Geopolitics

Apr 03, 2012 at 17:35 | Geopolitical Monitor

Brazil is a rare gem, a rising power that has put itself on the path of energy independence thanks to a combination of forward-looking energy policies and newly discovered oil…

Brazil's Desire for Superpower Status

Brazil's Desire for Superpower Status

Nov 03, 2011 at 08:49 | Editorial Dept

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The Chilean Winter and Return of Student Activism

The Chilean Winter and Return of Student Activism

Aug 08, 2011 at 07:37 | John Daly

While the United States and Europe stagger around blindsided by their self-inflicted economic wounds, the rest of the world has been enthralled by the dramatic events occurring in the Middle…

Brazil Reiterates Support for Argentina over Falklands

Brazil Reiterates Support for Argentina over Falklands

Aug 04, 2011 at 07:44 | John Daly

The British lion south of the border is looking more than a tad scrofulous these days. On 29 July in the wake of a meeting between Argentinean President Cristina Fernandez…

The Quiet Revolution: Latin America Moving Away from Washington’s Influence

The Quiet Revolution: Latin America Moving Away from Washington’s Influence

Aug 01, 2011 at 07:22 | John Daly

Perhaps the biggest foreign-policy story of the past decade, thoroughly overlooked by the American media after 9/11 and its subsequent monomaniacal focus on terrorism, security and the wars in Iraq…

Trouble Brewing in South America Between Colombia and Venezuela

Trouble Brewing in South America Between Colombia and Venezuela

Jun 15, 2010 at 08:22 | ISN Security Watch

In addition to floundering trade, deteriorating diplomatic ties between Colombia and Venezuela are exacerbating security risks at a fragile border. As rumors of an unlikely war between Colombia and Venezuela…

Unholy Alliance in Colombia Poses new Challenges for Government

Unholy Alliance in Colombia Poses new Challenges for Government

May 19, 2010 at 10:37 | ISN Security Watch

With the FARC weakened, Colombia's next president will face a more factionalized internal insurgency, requiring a different strategic approach. As candidates for the presidency of Colombia enter the final campaign…

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