Costa Rica’s people were right to celebrate yesterday’s commemoration of sixty-five years since entire military was abolished in Latin American democracy leader
Central America articles on Democracy Chronicles
Bordered by Mexico to the north and Colombia to the southeast, Central America consists of seven countries: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama. Many countries in the region suffer from high crime rates.
Election will test democracy in a newly violent Honduras threatened by violent smuggling gangs
Political parties in Costa Rica include third party registration that reflects a strong democracy
The Talamanca Costa Rican tribe is fighting to keep its culture alive after hundreds of years of tragedy stemming from the age of Spanish Conquistadors
We are lucky in our neighbors. The time is now for a renewed push to mend our relationship with Mexico. Acting in unison with Canada, the chance for the US to be a contributor to an economic miracle for the Mexican people and for North America is within our grasp and our own vital self-interest.
Court finds ex-Guatemala dictator guilty of genocide during his violent reign and vast repression
Drugs, immigration and energy policy have huge impact on relations in Obama Latin America trip
Civil War killed 200,000, but Guatemalan dictator to face genocide trial that will focus on specific massacre with strong evidence for serious conviction
Next Gen News Junkies release latest broadcast making light of the world’s problems
Drug gang battle in Latin America has been corrupting government for too long and citizens united on drug law reform