Osama, Panama, and Venezuela

May 3rd, 2011

By Dan Miller It’s early still, but the reaction in Panama seems to have been friendly to the U.S. Of course, Panama is generally more friendly to the U.S. than is most any other country in the region. Here and here are a couple of articles from la Estrella, a Panamanian newspaper. The comments are […]

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Walid Makled, Venezuela, Latin America, and the U.S.

April 16th, 2011

By Dan Miller Good for Chávez, good for Colombia, good for Obama; bad for Makled, bad for freedom in Latin America and bad for the United States. In a PJ Tatler article, Bryan Preston reported that Colombian President Santos had accepted Venezuelan President Chávez’ request that narcotics king Walid Makled (a Venezuelan citizen of Syrian […]

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Muslim Relations in Panama

September 16th, 2010

By Dan Miller Panama has many Muslims, roughly 0.3 percent of the population or 9,600. Panama has roughly one percent of the population of the United States, so that’s the equivalent of 960,000 in the United States. Here, Muslims have largely been assimilated into Panamanian society. There are some reasons for this. 1. The Arabic […]

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