How the US and Soviet Union helped turn Castro into a dictator.
Wilfully incoherent and politically uncertain, the Zapatistas leader was the perfect embodiment of anti-globalisation activism.
Far from doing battle with US imperial hegemony, Hugo Chavez and his Western fans merely danced on the grave of America’s withered global clout.
The Western left’s bizarre love affair with the Bonapartist Hugo Chavez speaks volumes about its intellectual disarray and desperation.
Argentina's use of Sean Penn to goad Britain over the Falklands confirms the terrifying power of celebrity today.
Must-reads from the past week
Why has a road that fulfils the dream of joining the Pacific and Atlantic coasts attracted scorn in the West?
The 33 miners have not only had to endure seclusion, but also the mean-spiritedness, censorship and disdain of the therapy industry.
Swedish leftists are outraged that Mario Vargas Llosa won the Nobel Prize for literature, because he isn’t ‘one of us’.
Why was the mental-health lobby so quick to diagnose depression in the 33 Chilean miners trapped underground?
The differences between the Haitian and Chilean earthquakes show why we need real development in the Third World.