Tag: El Salvador

The World Comes to Beijing as Chinese Taipei Becomes Increasing Isolated

In May of 2018, Burkina Faso renounced its relations with the separatists of Taipei and established full diplomatic relations with China. This week, El Salvador has done the same. According to Roberto Lorenzana, the press secretary to El Salvador’s President Salvador Sanchez Ceren, “We cannot ignore that China is the world’s second […]

A Brief History of US Violence Towards Latin America and The Caribbean, Shows Why The Region Is Leaning Towards A Peaceful China

The United States has a long, violent and politically dubious role in Latin America and The Caribbean dating back to the 19th century. Here are some of the most prominent US “interventions” into the Spanish and Portuguese speaking nations south of its borders. Mexican-American War (1846-1848). After the US annexed […]