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Tension and Mendacity Surround the Colombia-Venezuela Border Conflict

By Alejandra Garcia on April 8, 2021

Bolivarian militia, photo: Bill Hackwell

For the last two weeks, Colombia’s drug trafficking and paramilitary groups have been engaging in border incursions into Venezuela. The rising (more…)

Peruvian General Elections, Between Fear and Apathy

By Itzamná Ollantay on April 8, 2021

Pedro Castillo

This Sunday, April 11, more than 25 million Peruvians are eligible to elect at the polls the new President of the Republic and two vice presidents of (more…)

Comprehensive Justice for Berta: Truth, Reparations, and No Recurrence

By Giorgio Trucchi on April 7, 2021

COPINH press conference at beginning of  trial. Photo: Giorgio Trucchi

On Tuesday, 61 months after the crime, Roberto David Castillo Mejía has appeared in court, accused of being a mastermind of the (more…)

Ecuador Elections: State of Emergency in the Aorta of Latin America

By Marco Teruggi on April 7, 2021

Illustration: Ezequiel Garcia

Sunday will define who will be the new president of Ecuador and polls predict a close runoff. The candidates in dispute are oil and water: on one side the country’s biggest banker, (more…)

Book Review: The Revolution Won’t Be Stopped: Nicaragua Advances Despite U.S. Unconventional Warfare

By Roger Stoll on April 8, 2021

Republican strategist Karl Rove often advised his clients to attack not the enemy’s weaknesses but its strengths. The bipartisan US foreign policy disinformation machine has taken Rove’s advice with tedious devotion. So, to attack Nicaragua, (more…)

Geo-Semiotics of Human Rights

By Fernando Buen Abad on April 5, 2021

Photo: Bill Hackwell

It’s not the same the “Right” in people who have never experienced Social Justice. In each territory, it is the objective conditions that determine the (more…)

The Network in Defense of Humanity Rejects the Aggressions by Armed Groups against Venezuela near the Border with Colombia

April 5, 2021

The Network of Intellectuals, Artists and Social Movements in Defense of Humanity, in view of the confrontations that began on March (more…)

Global Proposal Against the Economic Blockade

By Pasqualina Curcio on April 5, 2021

US protest against the blockade of Cuba. Photo: Bill Hackwell

At least twenty countries are formally victims of US “sanctions”. Since 1992, in the United Nations General Assembly, all countries except the US and Israel have voted (more…)

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