Americas, Colombia, Politics, World
Americas, USA, Opinion, Politics, Editor's Choice
Rodrigo Londoño Echeverri, alias Timochenko, former FARC leader, a group considered as a terrorist organization by several countries in the Americas, announced that he will candidate at the presidential elections of Colombia 2018.
Europe, Spain, Politics
Comparable to a poker game, demonstrating the intentions of a play can cost us the entire game. In chess, before moving a piece, we must think at least three moves ahead. Moving a chess piece without considering the consequences, would put us at a disadvantage. The United States gives life to these analogies. In the game of global domination, they know very well which pieces to move and what expressions to maintain.
Business, Life, World
The conflict between Spain and Catalonia dates back to 1922 when the Estat Catalá (first Catalan separatist party) sought official separation through insurrectionary routes. This first attempt failed but led to Francesc Maciá (independence leader) for several countries seeking support.
Americas, USA, Asia-Pacific, Opinion, Politics, Editor's Choice
The most successful films in the last 20 years have something in common: visual effects or VFX. From Titanic to Star Wars, Terminator and Mad Max, no film since 1970 has had less than 20 scenes without special effects. What do we know about this topic? Who gave life to unforgettable characters like Gollum, The Hulk, and Roger Rabbit? But, more importantly, why don’t we hear about a Visual Effects Artist? The new documentary Hollywood’s Greatest Trick reveals just how much an average Visual Effects Artist struggles in Hollywood.
Americas, Peru, Opinion, Politics
The United States has a long history of foreign interventions, its preferred targets are Latin America and the Middle East. Exactly what are they looking for? Oil, natural resources, and territory, but in essence, power.
Americas, Venezuela, Opinion, Politics
Alberto Fujimori, former Peruvian president branded as a dictator, received a pardon for the crimes committed during his presidency. Let’s review this story a little. Was he really a dictator? Does he deserve forgiveness? Judge for yourself.
Life, Opinion, Science & Tech, Editor's Choice
When we talk about oil, particularly about an oil exporting country, we think of economic abundance, energy, and transportation. However, this is not the case in Venezuela, the country with the largest oil reserves worldwide.
Ecuador, Americas, Peru, Politics
Something interesting is happening in our society, until a few years ago, when we arrived at a new place, the first thing we did was look at the menu, choose a seat and go to do what we were going to do there. Those rituals have been maintained, we only added an extra: we ask for the WiFi password. Have you ever stopped to think how many times daily you check your social networks, like Facebook?
Americas, Peru, Venezuela
Latin American history is plagued by hundreds of wars and a few peace treaties, such as Peru and Ecuador, nations that in 1941 staged a decades-long armed conflict over territorial disputes. Now the conflict between the two countries has sparked once again. The reason? A 6-meter high border wall.
Venezuela has been on the radar of hundreds of international news sites and several human rights organizations. The economic situation of the country and mass protests against the national government has given them some things to talk about.