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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…)

Western Sahara: “Morocco Hides the Reality of the War by Buying Politicians and Journalists from Various Countries”

By Carlos Aznárez and María Torrellas December 12, 2020

While the war in Western Sahara continues in all its virulence, the vast majority of (more…)

Bachelet’s Sad Story

By Hedelberto López Blanch on December 12, 2020

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, has forgotten the sad story of her (more…)

Covid 19, Democracy and the Lima Group

By Atilio A. Boron on December 8, 2020

Photo: Alejandro Azcuy

It may seem strange, but there is a very close relationship between public health and democracy because the former reflects the receptivity and (more…)

Diego Maradona: Comrade of the Global South

By Dave Zirin on November 26, 2020

The world mourns today the passing of Diego Maradona, the soccer god and revolutionary from Argentina whose play inspired all manner of poetry and prose. (more…)

Saving and Offering Lives

By Graciela Ramirez on November 15, 2020

“We will demonstrate that there is a response to many of the planet’s tragedies.  We will (more…)

Argentina Votes at the UN against Venezuela: Not in Our Name

By Carlos Aznárez on October 6, 2020.

Human Rights and Alliance of Civilizations Hall at the UN in Geneva. Photo: UN

Since this article was written Alicia Castro, who was Argentina’s ambassador to Venezuela from 2006 to 2011, and recently appointed by the Argentine government as ambassador to (more…)

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