Category: South America

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Brazil in the 2000's

Brazil in the 2000’s

On the eve of the year 2000, Brazil, heavily conditioned by serious financial problems, was unable to respond to the serious social questions that had always undermined his internal stability: the agrarian reform, whose...

Argentina democracy

Argentina History – The Return of Democracy

The most significant and unexpected political fact of the presidential elections of 1983, which marked the return of democracy, was the victory of R. Alfonsín, of the Unión Cívica Radical, who overtook, for the...

Bolivia 2006

Bolivia 2006

HUMAN AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY South American state. The population amounted to 8,274,325 residents according to the 2001 census and 9,182,000 according to 2005 estimates, with sustained growth (2.0 % per year in the period...

Colombia History

Colombia History

According to Naturegnosis, Colombia, officially Spanish República de Colombia, German Republic of Colombia, is a state in northwestern South America with (2018) 49.6 million residents; The capital is Bogotá. The north coast of Colombia was...

China vs India

China, India, South Africa, and Brazil Part I

2: The four’s collaboration Cooperation between the four major developing countries only came about after China became a full member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001. The collaboration was triggered by Lula...

South Africa

Regional Superpowers on the World Stage Part III

In 2005, India and the United States reached an agreement on a strategic partnership, and a new agreement on defense cooperation was signed. This includes US arms deliveries, joint military exercises, joint training programs,...

Ecuador History Timeline

Ecuador History Timeline

Ecuador is a country in the northwestern part of South America. Ecuador is bordered by the Pacific Ocean and borders Colombia to the north and Peru to the south. Ecuador is named after the...

Bolivia Country Information

Bolivia Country Information

Name The country owes its name to the freedom fighter Simón Bolívar, who liberated it from the Spanish conquerors in 1825 and became the first president of the newly formed republic. Since 2009 the...

Bolivia Population

Bolivia Population and Religion

Population According to itypetravel, around 37% of the population belong to indigenous peoples who have so far been largely excluded from political decision-making processes. It was not until the constitution of 2009 that the...

Real Felipe - Callaos fort Peru

Callao, Peru Travel Guide

Callao is probably a suburb of the capital Lima. Yet the town holds as many as 600,000 chalecos, which is the term used for the inhabitants of Callao. The port of Callao is the...