Latin America

Latin America and the Anglo-American “Booby-Left”


“One of the most spectacular developments of this period is occurring in Latin America – For the first time in 500 years, Latin America has taken significant steps toward its liberation from imperial domination”. Noam Chomsky, Magisterial Speech at the Forum for Emancipation and Equality, Buenos Aires, March 14, 2015

Problems of counter-hegemony


As already stated, the assumptions on which international relationships rest is given by the fact that the political units are striving to impose one to another's will. International politics must involve a contest of wills: the will to impose or the will of not being allowed to impose the will of another.

The Founding Insubordination: Introduction


These lines intend to be a “peripheral thinking”, a reflection attempt from our being somewhere, and being someone. A peripheral thought about international relations, convinced that – as Stanley Hoffmann would say – “Born and raised in America, the discipline of international relations is, so to speak, too close to fire”

South America between Retrocession & Development


If the stage for South America were that of the frame of a totally open economy, the surpluses of industrial production of the most diverse parts of the orb –naturally or artificially produced- will be dumped onto the South American market, amongs

States and the Historical Process


The States develop their existence within a historical process that embraces and contains them but at the same time they help to shape, a historical process driven by transcendent forces, according to St.