Venezuela’s National Assembly reported on Tuesday that prices have risen more than 400 percent so far this year.
Twitter deleted two tweets by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro questioning the wisdom of shelter-in-place because such sentiments conflict with those of public-health authorities.
The United States announced charges against Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro for "narco-terrorism," claiming he runs a drug-trafficking operation with the left-wing FARC terror group.
VIDEO - Dr. Carlos Casanova informs The New American about how members of Chile’s Communist Party have their sights set on the country’s coming constitutional convention in order to remake the Chilean state along Marxist-Leninist lines.
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó defied a travel ban to go to Colombia to attend a counter-terrorism meeting and meet with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
German sociologist and philosopher Max Weber once quipped, “The opponents must be slandered.” For the past seven weeks, Chile has borne witness to this infamous communist tactic.
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro is blaming actor Leonardo DiCaprio for making donations to non-profit groups who may have been guilty for starting some of those fires.
Chile's Conference of Bishops echoes calls for new constitution as protesters burn and desecrate churches.
VIDEO - On the brink of anarchy, Chile’s National Congress caves in to the demands of the protesters and the Partido Comunista de Chile (Communist Party of Chile) by agreeing to hold a referendum on whether to have a constituent assembly – a constitutional convention to draft a new Chilean constitution and establish a new government. Dr. Carlos Casanova, professor of philosophy of law at the Universidad Santo Tomás in Santiago, Chile, joins The New American’s Christian Gomez to discuss the latest news and the likely consequences for Chiles of convening the constituent assembly.
Chile expels Cuban and Venezuelan nationals accused of inciting violent protests and lootings shortly after the National Congress of Chile agreed to a referendum on whether to hold a constituent assembly, as demanded by the protesters, Communist Party of Chile, and the Socialist Party of Chile.
VIDEO - Dr. Carlos Casanova, a professor of philosophy of law at the Universidad Santo Tomás in Santiago, Chile, tells The New American about the efforts of both the Communist Party of Chile and China's communist government to subvert and destabilize Chile. Dr. Casanova also addresses the communist and socialist subversion of Venezuela.