Tuesday Mar 4
Real Clear Politics
Ecuador's Increasingly Unpopular President
It happened again. The defeat of Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa in the municipal elections of Feb. 23 is not an isolated case.
The Question of US 'Democracy Promotion' in the Newspaper of Record
Sometimes the thing we call "media bias" isn't about what a given piece of journalism explicitly says about the world; it's more about the assumptions that must be taken for granted.
Behind the turmoil in Venezuela
The bloodshed in Caracas over the past 12 days brings to mind the 2009 Summit of the Americas in Port of Spain, where President Obama greeted Venezuelan dictator Hugo ChA vez with a huge grin and a warm handshake.
A look at the elections in El Salvador and Honduras
The election in Honduras is a done deal whereas there will be a runoff in El Salvador.
Honduras and Mexico: Open Season for Journalists
The new issue of CounterPunch magazine is hot off the press and it's an explosive edition, headlined by Jeffrey Blankfort's searing history of the Israeli lobby in American politics.