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.
Seventy-five years ago this week, in Operation Barbarossa, German forces suddenly invaded the Soviet Union.
For U.S. military planners looking to Latin America, there's a new day. Argentine president Mauricio Macri is on board with U.S. foreign policy.
A failure by the left to unite will open the door for Europe's resurgent far right, whose xenophobia and racism have gained ground all over the continent.
A broad left coalition in the Andean nation asked supporters to help defeat a right-wing extremist.
Two hundred years after Simón Bolívar decreed slavery's end, the modern-day leftist movement named for him appears to be stalling across Latin America.
He claims to be a "socialist" while threatening to kill trade unionists and courting big investors at the expense of the poor in his home city.