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Democracy is losing ground in the world: Is Colombia immune to this global trend?

The last two decades have witnessed a broad reversal of democracy in the world. Fifteen countries out of 86 have lost their democratic governments. Today, a high proportion of the world's population — around 70% — live under semi-democratic or outright autocratic regimes.

Bukele: Another Illegal Reelection in Central America

Inexorably, Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele is calmly heading towards his unconstitutional reelection as he controls the state apparatus, including the legislative and judicial branches.

Bolivarian fury lashes out at the Barbados Agreements

The Supreme Court of Justice rejected the disqualification challenge against María Corina Machado, the main opposition leader, thus dealing a death blow to the Barbados Agreements.

The strange case of the 9,000 missing dead in Cuba

At the beginning of 2022, the percentage of fully immunized Cubans reached more than 90%. How can we explain that in 2022 there was an excess of between 9,000 and 12,000 deaths?

Maduro’s government intervenes even in the Communist Party of Venezuela

By a judicial decision, the communists lost ownership of the historic party, which now has a board of directors made up of people loyal to Maduro.

Anti-democracy triumphs in Argentina’s primary elections

Milei's anti-political and populist outlook translates into promises of violence against preconceived enemies.