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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…)

The United Nations at 75: Cooperation or Apocalypse

By Ángel Guerra Cabrera on September 24, 2020

Photo: Valery Sharifulin/TASS

This week the General Assembly of the United Nations will commemorate the 75th anniversary of the organization. (more…)

An Immense Unconnected Group of Islands

By Fernando Buen Abad on September 11, 2020

We are an immense cluster of unconnected communication initiatives. So much damage has been done by individualism, sectarianism and isolationism… (more…)

Fidel and Peace

By Katiuska Blanco on August 10, 2020

Photo: Bill Hackwell

We run this article in honor of Fidel on what would have been his 94th birthday. Just how revolutionary, profound and (more…)

Eyewitness Beirut: “The Explosion Was an Accident Caused by Negligent Governments”

By Carlos Aznárez on August 5, 2020.

After the first news and the stupor generated by the violent explosions in the port of Lebanon, all kinds of rumors (more…)

The Full Life of a Historian for Posterity

By Madeleine Sautié on August 1, 2020

Photo: Ismael Francisco

Someday it had to be. We knew it and we also knew that you knew it, because you spoke of the sunset, the most (more…)

Growing Interest in Cuba’s Medical Cooperation

By Orlando Oramas Leon on June 29, 2020

Photo: Juvenal Balan

While the United States tries to disqualify Cuba’s international medical cooperation, the list of brigades sent by (more…)

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