Mexico’s AMLO and his Impact on Latin America

By Angel Guerra Cabrera on December 5, 2019

The presidency of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) in Mexico has had a significant impact on boosting anti-neoliberal (more…)

Dominica: The Next Victim?

By Ricardo Alarcon de Quesada on December 4, 2019

The results of Dominica’s general election are now in and the Dominica Labour Party (DLP) led by Prime Minister Roosevelt (more…)

No Repeat of US Military Occupation of Haiti

By Marilyn Langlois on December 6, 2019

Photo: Ted ‘Actu

Intensifying protests led by popular movements in Haiti, calling for the resignation of corrupt, US-supported President Jovenal Moise, (more…)

U.S. Crusade Against Cuban International Medical Cooperation

December 6, 2019

Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

As MINREX warned in a statement released August 29, 2019, (more…)

Venezuela: The Leadership That Was Not

By Jose Roberto Duque on December 3, 2019

By 2007 they were looking bold, overflowing with what the previous generation lacked: energy and a willingness to use it up. (more…)

US Support for Drug Trafficking in Honduras Implicated

By Karen Spring on November 28, 2019

Craig Faller, head of US Southern Command, former US Ambassador to Honduras, Heide Fulton and Honduran President Juan Hernandez

On October 18 in a New York courtroom, Juan Antonio “Tony” Hernandez, the brother of Honduran President Juan Orlando (more…)

Colombia: The One Awake, the One that Can’t Sleep

By Maria Fernanda Barreto on December 3, 2019

Colombian cities are waking up and their streets are roaring as they haven’t done for over forty years, despite the struggle not (more…)

Our America in the Face of the Onslaught of Imperialism and the Oligarchies

Declaration of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on December 3, 2019

The most recent events in the region confirm that the US government and the reactionary oligarchies bear the primary (more…)

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