Guayana Esequiba, a Robbery, Various Courts, and Great Riches

By Marco Teruggi on July 1, 2020

The International Court of Justice in the Hague has begun the debate to decide whether it has jurisdiction to deal with the request of Guyana with respect to the territory known as Esequibo, which is (more…)

Cuban Spies Disguised as Doctors

By Roger Stoll on July 2, 2020

The European Union now excludes travelers from the COVID-ridden U.S. but welcomes those from the virtually (more…)

Adolfo Pérez Esquivel: “The United States Has No Allies, it has No Friends, it only Thinks of Economic Interests”

By Carlos Aznárez on July 1, 2020

He is a Nobel Peace Prize winner and a great fighter for human rights, but also a lucid and courageous thinker. Something (more…)

Uncomfortable Truths

By Abel Prieto on June 30, 2020

Christopher Columbus biting the dust

The protests that erupted in the wake of George Floyd’s murder, in the U.S. and other countries, have made visible a (more…)

Colombia: The Pandemic hasn’t Stopped Crimes and Violations of Human Rights

By Resumen Latinoamericano on June 29, 2020

With more than 88,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19, Colombia has now passed China in number of infected people and (more…)

Lawfare in Bolivia: Añez wants to Jail the Favored Candidate in the Coming Elections

By Ernesto Reyes on Jun 30, 2020

Bolivia’s de facto president, Jeanine Añez, is losing more and more of her mask obscuring democracy that, with the (more…)

Letter to Julian Assange from the Network in Defense of Humanity

Dear Julian Assange, 

We send you a big hug to fill you with strength to come out unscathed from the fierce international, judicial and (more…)

Workers’ Strikes are an Important Part of Today’s Movement

By David Bacon on June 29, 2020

Photo: David Bacon

There have been over 800 strikes in the US since the COVID-19 crisis began, according to Payday Report, with many (more…)

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