Venezuela’s socialism will be durably remembered as an archetype of economic failure, political repression and ludicrous leadership. Even its closest allies are taking heed
Asylum for Snowden would give Correa the type of low-cost yet high-visibility profile he craves, causing the U.S. national security machine further embarrassment
By agreeing to negotiate with FARC, Colombia's Juan Manuel Santos is simply allowing the continuation of war by means of politics
The Left's judgement of Assange, from the start of the Wikileaks saga, has been far too lenient
Desperate for the taste of anything other than guinea pig, Julian hatches a new plan and gets involved with the embassy sport scene
Holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy, Julian Assange shares his thoughts...
Embassies have replaced churches as the setting for confrontations between rival legal orders and concepts of fairness. Assange is in a different world, writes a former UK ambasador
The appeal to Ecuador's President Rafael Correa to grant Julian Assange asylum belongs firmly in the you-could-not-make-it-up file
Close logistical support is suggested in new report between Venezuelan officials and wanted murderers - so what do we do about it?
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