The rent-seekers' rebellion has achieved little beyond dispelling the Marxist notion of class struggle.
Costly mistakes have allowed socialism to rise again in the 21st century.
Will Ecuador make the same mistake Venezuela already suffered through with dedollarization?
Spain's progressive tax offensive vs. Madrid's rebel government
If the Latino vote is to determine America’s future, it might help both parties to look southward and attempt to understand the people they want to sway on their own terms.
Protesters in many countries may find themselves facing down state forces with extralegal powers and a muzzled press.
Amid growing unrest, oil-dependent nations may have no choice but to open their economies.
Latin American leaders are muzzling journalists, indefinitely postponing elections, and enforcing quarantines with military patrols.
The granddaughter of Cuban and Hungarian refugees says that political, economic, cultural, and sexual freedom are all intertwined and non-negotiable.
The presidential hopeful released his immigration plan on Wednesday.
José Ignacio Guédez, a member of the oppostion party La Causa R, says economic sanctions and political pressure will help restore democracy.
John Bolton makes a pitch for American confrontations with Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua.
The Trump administration should take them in to make amends, not spurn them
Plus: Trump condemns poor cover-up of Saudi journalist killing and Houston compromises on sex robots.
Had the bill passed, Argentina's conservative president said he would sign it into law.
Harvard economist Jeffrey Miron explains why taking out cartel kingpins demonstrates the folly of prohibition.
The Justice Department splits over the worst way to fight the drug war.
"If the bourgeoisie hide the food, I myself will bring it to your house," President Nicolas Maduro promised. That's not what happened.
Nicolas Maduro's Venezuela is one place where Friedrich Hayek's most dire warnings remain relevant.
Juan Manuel Santos reiterates his call for an end to the war on drugs.
Rodrigo Souza on why technology is the clearest path to freedom.
Cryptocurrency vs. tariffs, monetary controls, and red tape.
Mexico's Libertarian Party is taking cues from classically liberal counterparts in Costa Rica, Colombia, and Argentina.
Looking back at the "no" campaign
And of voluntary self-government too
Administration working on negotiating trade deals with the European Union as well as Latin American and Asian countries
Six years and eight months each
Senate expected to give final approval today
Nicolas Maduro says he will use the power to stamp out corruption