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Venezuelan Opposition Parties Received Money Stolen from Citgo for Terrorist Acts

By Larry Márquez on October 29, 2020

At least four opposition parties and a fifth of regional character, received money stolen from Venezuela’s oil (more…)

Time for the New Chilean Left

By Emir Sader on October 26 2020

Photo: Picture-Alliance, Agencia Uno

Once the coup in 1973 was finalized, the opposition parties that had collaborated with the coup went to Pinochet, (more…)

Ending Regime Change—in Bolivia and the World

By Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies on October 28, 2020

Bolivian woman votes in October 18 election. Source:

Less than a year after the United States and the U.S.-backed Organization of American States (OAS) supported a (more…)

Latin America: Human Rights, Terrorism and Organized Crime

By Stephen Sefton on October 27, 2020

An outstanding characteristic of the Western human rights industry has long been the way it politicizes its production (more…)

Evo Morales Cleared of Phony Charges by the Coup Government

October 2, 2020

The president of the Departmental Court of Justice (TDJ) of La Paz, Jorge Quino, announced Monday that it was dropping the accusation and order of (more…)

Puerto Rico: A Four-year Period to Remember

Claridad editorial, October 2020

Photo: Jose Santiago on Upsplash

The colonial experience of Puerto Rico under the governments of Spain and the United States has recorded very painful (more…)

Chile: Now the Transition Begins

By Atilio A. Boron on October 26, 2020

Chile faced an unprecedented historic challenge last Sunday: for the first time on record, the people of Chile were (more…)

What the Bolivian Indigenous Teaches the Latin American Zionist

By Iroel Sánchez on October 25, 2020

Photo: Millay Poi

The history of coups d’état in Latin America is long and sobering in that, after a process of change that has (more…)

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