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Cuba Rejects the Pretexts of Bolivian Putschist Authorities to Suspend Diplomatic Relations

January 27, 2020

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Plurinational State of Bolivia announced the decision of the putschist Government to suspend diplomatic relations with the Republic of Cuba, (more…)

An Epic Act of Resistance and Trial of Our Times

By: Lauren Smith on January 26, 2020

Venezuela Embassy Protectors

On Feb. 11, four American peace activists, known as the Embassy Protectors Collective, will be tried before the U.S. empire for “interfering with certain protective functions” of its (more…)

Nicolas Maduro: Opposition has Only Brought Threats to Peace

January 23, 2020

Photo: albaciudad

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said Thursday that the opposition in that South American nation, particularly the one that follows the extremist sector, (more…)

Former Brazilian President Lula da Silva: Obama, Hillary Ordered Me Not to Negotiate with Iran

By Alan Macleod on January 24th, 2020

Photo: Eraldo Peres

He was the world’s most popular leader. Now he is “the world’s most prominent political prisoner” according to American political philosopher Noam Chomsky. (more…)

Bolivia: Elections under a Dictatorship

By Angel Guerra Cabrera on January 23, 2020

MAS candidate for President Luis Arce

The United States imperialist offensive against the people in Latin America and the Caribbean is beginning a new phase—showing clear fascist tendencies in some countries. (more…)

Five Urgent Notes on Attacks to the Anti-Imperialist Encounter in Venezuela

By Iñaki Gil de San Vicente on January 23, 2020

The hostile reaction devised and addressed from abroad against the Anti-imperialist Encounter For Life, Sovereignty and Peace, being held in Caracas on January 22-25, 2020, (more…)

Cuba: A Matter of Principle

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on January 23, 2020

Photo: Minrex

Think tanks in the United States and Cuban researchers agree on one thing: the policy of more sanctions and the extension of the U.S. blockade will not change the socialist course of Cuba. (more…)

Dividing the Caribbean: A New U.S. Strategy

By Enrique Moreno Gimeranez on January 21, 2020

“Divide and rule” was a phrase used interchangeably by the Roman ruler Julius Caesar and the French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. (more…)

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