By TJ Coles - 11 March 11:13
The UK has no legal right to the islands and only defends them to exploit oil and gas reserves.
By Roberto Barros - 09 January 18:16
Ninety per cent of voters would back the robot, says former Cuban leader.
By Samira Shackle - 29 December 13:15
The Venezuelan leader ponders whether the US could have "developed a technology to induce cancer".
By Samira Shackle - 28 December 11:54
Huge escalator in Colombian city of Medellin will shorten commute through gang-plagued area.
By John Pilger - 10 November 15:02
Mexican politics and business have been polluted by greedy forces backed by Wall Street.
By Samira Shackle - 26 September 1:00
By Ariel Dorfman - 05 September 1:00
Ariel Dorfman reflects on two fateful September mornings, 28 years apart.
By Sophie FitzMaurice - 26 August 13:24
Why does the US media care more about riots across the pond than protests happening on its doorstep?
By Paul Mason - 08 August 1:00
Across the world, slums are home to a billion people. The rich elite want the shanty towns cleared,
By John Pilger - 04 August 11:07
The Cuban people still hold their independence dear.
By John Crabtree - 26 July 17:32
While comparisons with Brazil's former president are evident, Humala must now address challenges uni
By George Eaton - 01 July 12:56
"I neglected my health," says the Venezuelan president.
By George Eaton - 27 June 13:13
Reports of the Venezuelan President's death have been exaggerated.
By Francisco Dominguez - 12 May 18:08
Venezuela Farc files must be read with the same scepticism that WMD claims deserved.
By Tom Kavanagh - 28 April 18:17
Fujimori versus Humala is a battle of neoliberal continuity against progressive reform.
By Francisco Perez - 14 April 18:54
In an attempt to bypass the Constitution, Sandra Torres divorced Alavaro Colom, the Guatemalan Presi
By Francisco Perez - 14 April 17:41
The sheer numbers of participants reveals an apparent consensus.
By Simon Reid-Henry - 23 March 11:04
In a world of shifting power balances, the president is wise to re-engage Latin America.
By Girish Gupta - 17 February 14:57
Since 1993, hundreds of women have been murdered in the desert city of Ciudad Juárez. There is no cl
By Isabel Hilton - 19 October 9:20
Mario Vargas Llosa has been awarded the Nobel Prize for literature. Isabel Hilton, who knew the auth
By Annabel Symington - 18 October 9:18
The support of the outgoing Brazilian president, Lula, for his former chief of staff transformed her
By John Pilger - 14 October 8:17
The media swarmed as 33 copper miners were winched to safety from their underground prison in Copiap