July 9, 1816 marks the declaration of Argentine independence by the Congress of San Miguel de Tucumán, a city in the northwest of the country.
Unity continues to elude the Spanish left, even with a re-do of the 2015 elections.
When FARC and the Colombian government began negotiations in 2012 to end 52 years of war, the two sides looked to Cuba.
Questions remain about whether the state will follow through on its commitments.
The Finnish Communist Party (SKP or CPF) held its Congress on June 4-5 in Turku, Finland.
The immediate winners of the Brexit vote appear to be the anti-immigrant right wing in Britain and across Europe.
The UN Special Committee on Decolonization met and discussed the situation of the U.S.-controlled island nation of Puerto Rico.
Each is a case of governments evolving together, inching toward their socialist aspirations where oppression is relegated to the past.
Southern Mexico is on fire with protest demonstrations after the government sent in heavily armed troops to suppress demonstrations.
French government mandates weakening important labor law protections are a key factor in the waves of protests that have rocked the nation.