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For Children All Over The World, 2017 Was Defined by War

By Vijay Prashad on December 27, 2017

Photo: Bill Hackwell

War is defined by noise. It is earthshattering. The sounds of exploding bombs and gunfire, of screams and pain: these are the aural coordinates of battlefields. The modern battlefield is not defined by remoteness. (more…)

2018: A Toast for Those Who Struggle and Resist

December 2018

Dear Compañeros

Photo: Bill Hackwell

2017 has been an extremely difficult year for our peoples fighting for a better world. We have seen how social protest has been criminalized, with many imprisoned and murdered. (more…)

The WTO, One of the Two Largest Criminal Organizations at the Global Level. The Other is NATO

By Atilio Borón on December 12, 2017

In this note we will take care of the first one, given that in these days the summit meeting of that organization is being held in Buenos Aires. (more…)

Hundreds of Thousands March to Demand the Release of Catalan Leaders

November 12, 2017

Photo: Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno

An estimated 750,000 people marched in Barcelona on Saturday to demand that the Spanish government release Catalan separatist leaders who are being held in prison for their roles in the region’s recent independence referendum. (more…)

Russia Did It: Cheap Meddling, Closet Marxists and Racial Tensions

By Ricardo Vaz on November 3, 2017

Photo: Nathaniel St. Clair

It seems like all the evils that plague the western world these days have a common cause. Brexit, Catalonia, Trump, racial tensions, the lack of credibility of the EU, all of these have a simple explanation, (more…)

The Independence of Catalonia has Arrived! We are all Catalans

By Carlos Aznárez on October 27, 2017

Catalonia is living a historical day, independence is a reality against all odds. Knowing what was coming from the Spanish Government they approached it with courage and rationality.   (more…)

Good Men Should Not be Quiet Spectators when it comes to Sexual Assault

By Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women on October 20, 2017

The pain and anger of more than a million people who tweeted #MeToo in the last week have crowded social media with personal stories of sexual harassment or assault. (more…)

Elián Gonzalez Calls for Unity at the World Youth Festival

By Luis Mario Rodríguez Suñol on October 20, 2017

Photo: Roberto Suarez

Yesterday was the last day of the remarkable World Youth Festival being held in Sochi Russia.  More than 20,000 young people from 150 countries are attended the event. (more…)

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