From Allende, Chávez and Maduro

By Pablo Sepúlveda Allende on February 17, 2019

Aren’t they exactly the same factual powers that destabilized and provoked the coup d’etat against Allende, those who have been permanently destabilizing and besieging Bolivarian Venezuela? (more…)

Neoliberalism Requires a State of Exception

By Emir Sader on February 21, 2019

When the Latin American right returned to government in some of our countries – Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador – one might think that it would have learned from its defeats and from the success of the governments that succeeded it. (more…)

A Fortress of Books Every February

By Mireya Castañeda on February 14, 2019

Photo: Juvenal Balán

There is nothing even close in the U.S. to the annual Havana Book Fair where hundreds of books are on sale at prices that all Cubans can afford. While education is being gutted in this country, (more…)

U.S. Military Adventure Against Venezuela Must be Stopped

February 12, 2019

The Revolutionary Government of the Republic of Cuba condemns the escalation of pressures and actions by the U.S. government in preparation for a military adventure under the guise of a “humanitarian intervention” in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, (more…)

Open Letter to Michelle Bachelet

February 14, 2019

Michelle Bachele
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights  (more…)

The Trump-Trudeau Venezuelan Achilles’ Heel: “Not One Yanqui Soldier will Enter Venezuela”

By Arnold August on February 14, 2019

After spending two days in Caracas on February 3 and 4, including a semi-private meeting with President Maduro, this is my basic impression. The situation in Caracas is the opposite of what is portrayed in the international corporate media in the U.S., Canada and other countries in the West. (more…)

Former UN Special Rapporteur: ‘The Coup in Venezuela Reminds Me of the Rush to War in Iraq’

By Alfred de Zayas on February 7, 2019

There is nothing more undemocratic and corrosive to the rule of law than a coup d’état. Members of the United Nations are bound by the Charter, articles one and two of which affirm the right of all peoples to determine themselves, (more…)

US Air Freight Company that Smuggled Weapons Into Venezuela Linked to CIA “Black Site” Renditions

By Whitney Webb on February 13, 2019

Two executives at the company that chartered the U.S. plane that was caught smuggling weapons into Venezuela last week have been tied to an air cargo company that aided the CIA in the rendition of alleged terrorists to “black site” centers for interrogation. (more…)

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