Proponents of unity based on imperial and religious ties must remind their opponents of the tremendous pluralism that existed within that imperial administration under which much of their continent was once united.
Over the weekend of February 18th, the Foro Madrid concluded its first meeting in Bogotá, Colombia. An initiative of the “Fundación Disenso,” a think-tank set up by Spain’s VOX party, Foro Madrid brought together leaders from political parties and organizations throughout Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries. Participants included ex-Peruvian Vice President Francisco Tudela, Colombian Senator […]
The three speakers vindicated their experiences living in totalitarian regimes against those who are convinced by propaganda and ideology that Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Cuba are free, democratic states.