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Uribismo against Cuba, Venezuela and Russia

By Maria Fernanda Barreto on January 22, 2021

Duque and Uribe, loyal servants of the US. Photo: Democratic Center

The most violent oligarchy in the continent needs a powerful enemy to invoke fear. After the signing of the peace accords with the (more…)

Proposal for a Post-Pandemic Anti-imperialist Agenda

By Pasqualina Curcio on January 25, 2021

It would be regrettable if the people of the world did not take advantage of the new cracks that the covid-19 (more…)

The Mallku Will Live on in the Anti-colonial Struggle

By Carlos Aznarez on January 20, 2021

El Mallku, photo: El Foro

Felipe Quispe, who was nicknamed El Mallku by those from below, has died. That is, “spirit of the mountains” or “the lord of great heights”. (more…)

A Note from Leonard Peltier on Trump’s Denial of His Clemency

January 20, 2021

Good Morning everyone,

I’m not sure if this is such a good morning but i don’t know how to open this letter to everyone. (more…)

Biden and Trump: a Film with an Open Ending

By José Steinsleger on January 20, 2021

The Lincoln Memorial, Photo: Bill Hackwell

Unique and anomalous, the country that never had a name, and which from its birth excluded the word “democracy” in the little (more…)

The Serpent and the Idea

By Omar Olazábal Rodríguez on January, 2021

Cuban doctors fighting Covid 19 in Italy. Photo: Enrique Ubieta

Every day in Cuba has been difficult. We do nothing but smile at something pleasant, and a demon that lurks has tried to embitter our (more…)

Brazilians Celebrate Arrival of Venezuelan Oxygen Supplies to Struggling Manaus

January 20, 2021

The first shipment of oxygen tanks from Venezuela arrived to Manaus, Amazonas. Photo: Twitter/Jorge Arreaza

Trucks carrying oxygen tanks arrived to the city of Manaus in the Brazilian state of Amazonas from Venezuela on the night of January 19. (more…)

Guatemalan Security Forces Repress Honduran Migrant Caravan Heading Towards the US

January 18, 2021

Guatemalan security forces repress Honduran migrants with tear gas and stun grenades on January 17, in the town of Vado Hondo. Photo: Prensa Libre

Guatemalan military and police forces, on January 17, repressed the caravan of thousands of Honduran migrants and (more…)

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