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Bahamas Deports 24 Refugees to Cuba, Says Exile Group

A Cuban exile group in Miami said Thursday that the Bahamian government deported 24 refugees who had been detained in that Caribbean country back to Cuba, many of whom had already been granted asylum by Panama. continue reading »

Spain, Venezuela Renew Political Dialogue

Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo and Venezuelan counterpart Elias Jaua had a meeting Friday in Madrid that proceeded "on very cordial terms," the ministry said in a communique. continue reading »

Chinese President Praises Latin America

Chinese President Xi Jinping sent a message of praise to the countries of Latin America and hailed the promising moment they are enjoying in their relations with Beijing. continue reading »

Biden Looking to Increase U.S.-Brazil Relations

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday in Brazil expressed his country's wish to broaden ties with Latin America. "No partner is more significant in this endeavor than Brazil," he said in a speech at the port of Rio de Janeiro at the beginning of a three-day visit to the South American giant. continue reading »

America Ferrera Earns International Relations Degree, 10 Years After Entering College

Actress America Ferrera graduates Friday from the University of Southern California, 10 years after beginning her International Relations course. "Graduation day! Congratulations to everyone in the Class of 2013!" she said Friday on Twitter. continue reading »

Maduro Recalls Venezuelan Ambassador from Peru

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said he has recalled his ambassador to Peru for consultations over remarks by that country's foreign minister, saying the comments amounted to "meddling" with Venezuela's affairs. continue reading »

Timely Time in Latin America

One thing that has been lacking for many years and from many United States Administrations is a Latin American policy. We have had policies, don’t get me wrong. But, we have never had a comprehensive policy since the early nineteenth century and then it was only warning the world that Latin America was our backyard and there was no room for other exploiters. continue reading »

Presidents of Uruguay, Tunisia Will Meet in Lima to Discuss New Democracies

The president of Uruguay, Jose Mujica, and his Tunisian counterpart, Moncef Marzouki, will present next Monday in Lima their experiences in applying the democratic system and the challenges still to be dealt with in their respective countries, the official Andina agency said Saturday. continue reading »

Canada Hosted the Annual Mexico-Canada Alliance

Mexican Foreign Relations Secretary Patricia Espinosa met with Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird in Ottawa to discuss bilateral affairs and the upcoming G-20 Summit in Los Cabos, Mexico. continue reading »

The Majority of Americans Think Our International Allies Should Follow Our Lead

Many people believe the United States and its allies should cooperate more, and a solid majority of U.S. voters still think that the better way for that to happen is for America's allies to follow our lead. continue reading »