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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 US Is Trying to Provoke a Soft Coup in Cuba

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on January 24, 2021

Cuban President Miguel Diaz Canel attends rally of youth condemning soft coup attempt. Photo: Alejandro Azcuy

We are in the era of soft coups. Old-fashioned coups d’état and invasions get terrible press. The images of U.S. troops invading the (more…)

Cuban Revolution, One More Year in the Defense of Humanity

By Carlos Alberto (Beto) Almeida, January 2021

Photo: Minsap

This is another article in a series we are bringing you on the significance of the (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…)

The US’s Idea of Diplomacy with Ecuador is a Multibillion-Dollar Loan Trap

By Vijay Prashad on January 22, 2021

US  head of DFC Adam Boehler with Ecuadorian President Moreno.

On January 14, a US government agency decided to pay off part of Ecuador’s debt to China so that the Latin American country could (more…)

Chronicle of an Announced Genocide

By Frei Betto on January 21, 2021

Photo: Alberto Giuliani

All the evidence indicates that Brazil will be the last country in the world to immunize its population (more…)

The Joker’s Legacy

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on January 21, 2021

In his final hours in the White House, Donald Trump released his administration’s “Accomplishments”, a (more…)

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