unasur: a mandate for “democratic intervention”

In other words, those of [Venezuela’s Hugo] Chávez, which in fact generalized the crisis throughout the region and proposed to unambiguously condemn the Bush administration and extend solidarity with the government and the people of Bolivia. ... Because “sovereignty does not mean the same thing..

the retreat of the pink tide in latin america

That the US failed to intervene militarily Latin America in confronting regimes which it did not like, particularly Chavez and in certain periods Correa Ecuador, and Morales Bolivia, is because United States for several decades, very rarely intervened overtly Latin America. ..

imperialism with a human face

At the time, U.S military presence could interrupt the nightly flights of cocaine to Haiti and Dominican Republic from Venezuelan and counter the ongoing efforts of Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez to destabilize the island of Hispaniola.. ..

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