The West looked to them for growth. They might soon look back.
From the United States to Venezuela, the island nation's biggest export is espionage.
The Volkswagen-driving former bank robber president and the Tupamaros, the Marxist insurgents for which he fought.
The UK faces pressure from Spain and Argentina over Gibraltar and the Falklands.
Where they come from—and where they may be going.
A man claiming to defend freedom seeks the protection of those who most readily violate it.
Events in Turkey and Brazil serve as a reminder of the fragilities and foibles of democracy.
Beneath the mutual recriminations, both the chavistas and the opposition want recognition.
The radical left's rise made the moderate left more palatable.
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