The first 100 days of Trump’s presidency were highly inefficient. However, people are skeptical how his unfulfilled promises will affect his approval ratings amongst Republicans.
Despite enduring high rates of violence and machismo, women enjoy levels of political representation second only to Scandinavia
Across the world, it is possible to witness the liberation of prejudice, galvanized by the emergence of a politics of hate and division that plays directly into the everyday fears
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has named General Nestor Reverol, 51, as his new interior and justice minister.
On July 30, according to the board’s proposal, the 545 members of the constituent assembly will be elected.
This political alliance requires a lot of transparency among its members in order to be effective at political level. It is very difficult, not to say impossible, that all its decisions are taken unanimously
Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro has pressed ahead with plans to create a citizens' assembly to draw up a new constitution.
Venezuela has sacked Health Minister Antonieta Caporale after her department released statistics revealing a large jump in infant and maternal mortality.
Venezuela's voters elected an opposition supermajority in December of 2015, but the Supreme Court has over-ruled every piece of legislation they have passed
The human rights situation in Venezuela is getting worse. Fortunately, some on the Left are deciding to speak up.
The all-encompassing tragedy devouring Venezuela has been front page material for over a month.
The U.S. imposed a new round of sanctions on high-level Venezuelan officials, this time targeting eight Supreme Court judges
The Prime Minister Theresa May’s call for early elections backfired, as the Tories lost seats in the House of Commons and have caused a “hung parliament”
Donald Trump has indicated he will scrap plans to find cash for his border wall in this week's spending bill.
Spring arrived on a dark note for three politically relevant ladies: Hillary Clinton, Angela Merkel and Dilma Rousseff.
The lower house of Paraguay's Congress has voted overwhelmingly to reject a constitutional amendment that allowed the president to seek re-election.
On the surface, the outcome of the Paris climate summit falls far short of what is needed to save the planet from global warming. Then again, maybe practical success isn’t the measure by which it should be judged.
Although it seems that after the last elections the Left has suffered a serious setback, it also seems that it has not failed in its approaches
The election of the Europeanist Macron, who is a real child of the banking system and of the forces of globalization
Self-determination is the most controversial word when it comes to the history of these two places, but do they have more similarities than what they are aware of?
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