The US Monopoly on its ‘Back Yard’ Doesn’t Look so Secure Any Longer

By Arturo Rosales September 20, 2021

At the relaunch of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) in Mexico City on September 18, there was a surprise guest speaker at the end of the summit debate and presentations. (more…)

The Latin American Independence Celebrations Are the Greatest Myth of Our History

By Carolina Vásquez Araya on September 20, 2021

We do not fight to have more, but because we have nothing. photo: Bill Hackwell

The dates represent only a symbolic reference in the course of history, that is why the Bi Centennial Independence festivities, celebrated in these days of September in some countries of the continent, should become a turning point; (more…)

Strong Response from Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel to Uruguayan President at CELAC

September 18, 2021

photo: @PresidenciaCuba

At the VI Summit of Heads of State and Government of Celac, Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez strongly defended the dignity of Cuba and its Revolution in the face of a lackey speech made by Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou, who represents the imperialist interests and the interference of the OAS. (more…)

CELAC: Latin America’s Greatest Strength Is Its Unity in Its Diversity

By Alejandra Garcia on September 19, 2021 from Havana

photo: Mexico gov.

Saturday the world’s eyes were upon Mexico, which hosted the VI Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC).  The historic summit saw the participation of 31 countries with seventeen leaders of the member countries, including Cuba and Venezuela, who traveled to the capital of the North American nation to outline joint strategies to help overcome the Covid-19 pandemic and underdevelopment. (more…)

Brazilian Democracy in its Labyrinth

By Emir Sader on September 17, 2021 from Rio de Janeiro

Bolsonaro

Brazil is experiencing a profound crisis of political representation, in which the mass of the population does not feel represented by its parties, by the political system and by the State itself. It is a crisis of political and ideological hegemony. (more…)

Black Alliance for Peace Condemns Biden Administration’s Order to Deport Haitians as Illegal and Racist

Contact: Jemima Pierre 323-675-6890 on September 18, 2021

photo: Bill Hackwell

When a white Fox News reporter used a drone to film the thousands of Haitian and other Black asylum seekers camped beneath a bridge spanning the Rio Grande and linking Del Rio, Texas to Ciudad Acuña, in the Coahuila state of Mexico, he immediately (and deliberately) brought a stereotypical image of Black migration (more…)

Nicaragua: Demonizing Ortega and Sending in the Marines

By Miguel Angel Ferrer on September 18, 2021

photo: Netfa Freeman

The United States maintains severe economic, trade and financial sanctions against Cuba, Venezuela, Iran, North Korea and Nicaragua. Previously it did so against Iraq, Libya and Syria. These fierce aggressions are fundamentally aimed at achieving regime change in those nations. Or, to put it more bluntly, the overthrow of those governments. (more…)

Beautiful and Brotherly Mexico

By Rosa Miriam Elizalde on September 17, 2021

all of us in defense of Cuba, photo: Prensa Latina

It would have to be a Mexican who explained to us in the most eloquent way what an island is. In La ruta de Hernán Cortés, Fernando Benítez says that “an island is a clearly delimited reality, an invitation to isolation and a way to escape from the known world. (more…)

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