People have taken to the streets in several Ecuadorian cities to protest the current regime. (Ecuavisa)

Why Ecuadorians Don’t Trust the Election Results

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Citizen Journalism Reveals Glaring Dirty Work

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In Latin America, democracy decays, while populism and authoritarianism gain ground. (Wikimedia)

Learn from Populists, Beat Them at Their Own Game

1170 658 Paz Gómez

Álvarez, Kaiser Assess Latin America’s Wreckage, Now Let’s Flip Populism on Its Head

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Mike Beitler and his wife during his 2010 campaign for the US Senate. (DrMikeBeitler2010)

‘Rational Individualism’ Puts Collectivists in Their Place

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Mike Beitler Delivers the Deathblow with Academic Precision

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In developed and developing nations, we are all witnesses to water pollution. (Creative Vix)

Got Water? The Battle for ‘Blue Gold’ Needs You

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Documentary Identifies Growing Problem, Ignores the Innovator as Problem Solver

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In my experience, liberty empowers and prepares women to face the world. (Pexels)

The Liberal Alternative to Feminism

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All the Laws in the World Cannot Replace Strength of Character

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Mexican actor Gael García Bernal plays Chilean René Saavedra in the film No (2012), as he led the campaign against Augusto Pinochet in 1988.

‘No’: How PR Ended Chile’s Dictatorship

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Dramatization Offers Wisdom on Motivating People, Achieving Meaningful Change

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After 25 years of failure, the time has come for an alternative to Mercosur. (Hamner Photos)

Mercosur Is a Dead Horse

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Mauricio Macri, Michel Temer Should Wash Their Hands, Merge with Pacific Alliance

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Alberta Premier Rachel Notley faces a tough reelection bid, and reporter Sheila Gunn Reid explains why. (Don Voaklander)

‘The Destroyers’ Should Be a Wake-Up Call for Albertans

1170 658 Fergus Hodgson

In recent years, Albertan politicos have graced constituents with claims the province was debt free. They actually meant the provincial government had sufficient financial assets on hand to offset the debts, but with…

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