Fair Observer

Colombia Faces Historic Presidential Elections

Following congressional and primary presidential elections in March, Colombians will turn to the polls to vote for a new president on May 29. South America's second-most populous country now keeps its breath, wondering whether frontrunner Gustavo Petro will become the...

Obligation to Speak

Following congressional and primary presidential elections in March, Colombians will turn to the polls to vote for a new president on May 29. South America's second-most populous country now keeps its breath, wondering whether frontrunner Gustavo Petro will become the first left-of-the-center president in Colombia's history. Petro has been leading the polls for more than two years and was the clear winner of the primaries of the Pacto Histórico, a...

Fair Observer

Elections 2012: Why the Economy Might Not Matter

Following congressional and primary presidential elections in March, Colombians will turn to the polls to vote for a new president on May 29. South America's second-most populous country now keeps its breath, wondering whether frontrunner Gustavo Petro will become the first left-of-the-center president in Colombia's history. Petro has been leading the polls for more than two years and was the clear winner of the primaries of the Pacto Histórico, a...

Fair Observer

The Relevance of the US-Presidential Election for Indonesia: A Pre-Election Analysis (Part 1)

Following congressional and primary presidential elections in March, Colombians will turn to the polls to vote for a new president on May 29. South America's second-most populous country now keeps its breath, wondering whether frontrunner Gustavo Petro will become the first left-of-the-center president in Colombia's history. Petro has been leading the polls for more than two years and was the clear winner of the primaries of the Pacto Histórico, a...

Fair Observer

Reality Check – The Impact of a Romney Victory on Europe

Following congressional and primary presidential elections in March, Colombians will turn to the polls to vote for a new president on May 29. South America's second-most populous country now keeps its breath, wondering whether frontrunner Gustavo Petro will become the first left-of-the-center president in Colombia's history. Petro has been leading the polls for more than two years and was the clear winner of the primaries of the Pacto Histórico, a...

Fair Observer

Obama vs. Romney: Whom Would Putin Pick?

Following congressional and primary presidential elections in March, Colombians will turn to the polls to vote for a new president on May 29. South America's second-most populous country now keeps its breath, wondering whether frontrunner Gustavo Petro will become the first left-of-the-center president in Colombia's history. Petro has been leading the polls for more than two years and was the clear winner of the primaries of the Pacto Histórico, a...

Fair Observer

The Chavez World Vision

Following congressional and primary presidential elections in March, Colombians will turn to the polls to vote for a new president on May 29. South America's second-most populous country now keeps its breath, wondering whether frontrunner Gustavo Petro will become the first left-of-the-center president in Colombia's history. Petro has been leading the polls for more than two years and was the clear winner of the primaries of the Pacto Histórico, a...

Fair Observer
Load More