Ivan Duque

Five Global Elections Set to Rock the World in 2022

As the world prepares for the departure of an especially tumultuous year in global politics, some of the world’s most influential countries are preparing for elections that may dramatically shift domestic politics and foreign policy, depending on how voters swing.

France's President Emmanuel Macron (L) and Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro attend a meeting on the digital economy at the G20 Summit in Osaka on June 28, 2019. (Photo by Jacques Witt / POOL / AFP) (Photo credit should read JACQUES WITT/AFP via Getty Images)

Report: Joe Biden to Strip Colombian FARC Communists of Terrorist Designation

Anonymous alleged “U.S. and congressional officials” told the Wall Street Journal this week that President Joe Biden is planning to remove the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), a nearly 60-year-old terrorist organization responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths, from America’s list of designated foreign terrorist groups.

COLOMBIA, - : TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Hector Velasco Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) guerrillas listen during a "class" on the peace process between the Colombian government and their force, at a camp in the Colombian mountains on February 18, 2016. They still wear green combat fatigues …

ACAB: Terrorist Mobs Burn Police Alive in Colombia

Terrorist mobs have destroyed 25 police emergency response stations in Bogotá, Colombia, alone as of Wednesday night in a spate of violent attacks nationwide. Eyewitnesses say the assailants were attempting to burn police officers alive and, in some cases, succeeded in setting them on fire.

BOGOTA, COLOMBIA - MAY 04: A demonstrator wearing a pig maskperforms with the image of President Duque as a pig during a protest against the government of President Ivan Duque on May 04, 2021 in Bogota, Colombia. Violent clashes between protestors and riot police continue after President Duque ordered Congress …

Joe Biden Snubs Latin America: No Calls to Mexico, Brazil, Colombia

The Brazilian newspaper O Globo noted on Friday that Joe Biden, who will presumably take the office of the U.S. presidency in January, has not made any calls to the heads of state of Latin America’s largest nations, skipping Mexico, Brazil, and Colombia and, instead, reaching out to the socialist leader of Argentina.

Vice President Joe Biden makes a phone call on a train at Union Station in Washington, Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2011, as he headed to an event in Philadelphia to tout plans to improve the nation's infrastructure. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Waves of Violence in Colombia Kill 100 Human Rights Activists This Year

BOGOTÁ, Colombia – More than 100 human rights activists have reportedly died in Colombia so far this year in escalating violence fueled by emboldened Marxist guerilla groups, benefitting from the 2016 peace deal the nation’s former president won the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts.

Human rights activists and volunteers delineated and use pieces of broken glass to form some of the names of social leaders killed in Colombia in the past three years, at the Simon Bolivar square in Bogota on June 10, 2019. - Since 2016, the same year in which the Colombian …

Latin America’s 2019: Socialist Mobs Fight to Burn Down Conservative Wins

2019 was a year of mixed fortunes in the pursuit of freedom and democracy in Latin America, defined largely by socialist mobs using force to pressure the region to bow to their will. Despite this, the Latin American right secured a major victory in the resignation of far-left Bolivian leader Evo Morales.

SANTIAGO, CHILE - DECEMBER 05: Protesters burn a barricade in downtown Santiago as demonstrations continue against Chilean President Sebastian Pi√±era on December 05, 2019 in Santiago, Chile. Central Bank of Chile forecasts a 1% growth in GDP for 2019, which will be the worst year for Chilean economy since the …