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COVID-19 Unmasks Capitalism

By Marc Vandepitte on January 30, 2021

In normal times, capitalism can keep up appearances reasonably well. But during crises, the masks invariably (more…)

Cuba is Committed to the First Legally Binding International Agreement For Disarmament that is Now in Effect

By Milagros Pichardo on January 24, 2021

Nuclear test in French Polynesia, 1971. Photo: CTBTO

On January 22, the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) has now become international law. (more…)

La Via Campesina Opposes the Inclusion of Cuba in the U.S. List of State Sponsors of Terrorism

January 15, 2021

We, La Via Campesina – an international peasant movement made up of 182 organizations in 81 countries (more…)

Philosophy of the Revolution; Ethics of Revolutionary Love

By Fernando Buen Abad Domínguez

Photo: Bill Hackwell

“The highest link that the human species can reach is to be revolutionary”

Che Guevara (more…)

Julian Assange: Freedom of the Press on Trial

By Roxana Baspineiro on January 4, 2021

Julian Assange will be saved from extradition to the U.S. for now, according to the judgment handed down January 4 in the (more…)

The Moral Misery of “Independent Journalism”

By Atilio A. Boron on December 28, 2020

Looking through some old notes accumulated on my computer’s hard drive I found a series of statements from Argentina’s National (more…)

Under the Radar and at Warp Speed Cuba Leads Latin America towards Affordable Covid-19 Vaccines

By Mike Ravage on December 15, 2020

Recently Amy Goodman’s “Democracy Now” explored “The Case for People’s Vaccines.” (more…)

The Vaccine of Discord

By Carolina Vasquez Araya on December 14, 2020

Between doubts and promises, proven data and speculations, scientific opinions and political bargains, the vaccine is (more…)

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