On Dec. 20, Spaniards went to the polls for elections to the Cortes, the bicameral parliament.
For Cubans, January 1, 1959, marks the "triumph of the revolution." That day revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro gained state power.
As 2015 wound down, the left wing Bolivarian "pink tide" in Latin America suffered two serious setbacks, both of which are sobering results that have it reassessing political tactics.
We need to be examining the positions and records of the candidates on both domestic and foreign policy.
Today, December 18, is officially recognized by the United Nations as International Migrants' Day.
On December 20, 1777, the Kingdom of Morocco became the first country in the world to recognize U.S. independence.
There are now "agreements" on agrarian rights, illegal drugs, political participation, and victims.
Esperanto Day is celebrated each year on December 15, the birthday of Ludwik Lejzer Zamenhof, creator of the most successful constructed language in the world.
On Dec. 16 the people of Haiti will mark the 25th anniversary of their first democratically elected president, Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
The "Bolivarian" left has suffered two traumatic electoral defeats in recent weeks.