My article, Chavez, Now and Forever? on Hugo Chavez's referendum victory, is up at Real Clear World. Please read it and leave a comment.
The Carnival of Latin America and the Caribbean
Undoubtedly the big story of the week is yesterday's Venezuelan referendum. Please scroll down to the Venezuela section for a roundup of posts and articles.
El día después
U.S. rancher at center stage in Bolivia land dispute
Brazil's oil industry: Plunging in
Petrobras sets some ambitious targets
“The ‘Intellectual Bloc’ of the FARC”
IDEAGlobal Sees Mexico, Colombia Debt Prices Under Fire Due to U.S. Recession. Colombia Bond Yields Should Rise Further
Te toca a tí
1971-2009: The Grey Millennium
Cuban human rights activist jailed
Out of Ecuador, A Latin Lesson for Obama
'Difficult' for Ecuador to pay debt interest: minister
Rebuilding Haiti: Weighed down by disasters
A modest success for the United Nations is threatened by nature and lassitude
Warrior in Drug Fight Soon Becomes a Victim
Mexican General Seized, Slain in Cancun
Video: Las parteras de Santa Teresa
1530: Tangaxuan II, the last Tarasco ruler
Via Instapundit, What does Slim want?
The pathetic political situation that is Nicaragua
NY Times: Chavez victory injects "fresh vibrancy into his socialist-inspired revolution"
Leftist Political Parties & Power
Welcome To The Revolution- No Term Limits For Chavez
Dictator for Life
No More Term Limits for Venezuela’s Chavez
Bye Bye Venezuela: Chavez Wins Referendum, Gets to Run Again
POLICE BEHIND SYNAGOGUE ATTACKS IN VENEZUELA
Chavez reports attempted coup
Views of Venezuela's Chavez Have Hardened in the Region -- and at Home
Chavez tries Mugabe style 'democracy'
Venezuela Expels EU Lawmaker for Comments on Election
Telling Venezuela how to vote
Hugo Chávez is abusing the resources of his petrostate to fund a campaign to ensure his presidential term is extended
Chavez Delays Valentine's Day for Referendum, Promises a Whole Week of Lovin Starting Monday
Venezuela opposition complains of Chavez tactics
Journalists' Association asks government to halt attacks
Hugo Chávez's Venezuela: Oblivious to the coming storm
In his first decade Hugo Chávez has presided over social programmes, inflation, crime and rising intolerance. Venezuelans will pay the price in years to come
Chávez Decisively Wins Bid to End Term Limits
Mr. Chávez vs. the Jews
With George W. Bush gone, Venezuela's strongman has found new enemies.
Chavez and Obama
Chavez power grab: is this our future, too?
16 illegals sue Arizona rancher
Claim violation of rights as they crossed his land
For more Carnival goodness
Shiny happy dhimmi - #13
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