Guatemala: The Government Plan

By Carolina Vásquez Araya on April 4, 2021

Guatemalans waiting to be vaccinated. Photo: Daniel Hernandez-Salazar

To corner the population as Guatemalan president Alejandro Giammattei does, and to create artificial chaos in the administering of the few (more…)

The United State’s Obsession with Venezuela: The Ordeal of One Italian Citizen

By Geraldina Colotti on April 3, 2021

This news item illustrates very well the nature of the real witch-hunt that the United States engages in while attempting to prosecute everyone who tries to get around the economic and (more…)

With Nicaragua, Scary Covid Projections Are More Newsworthy Than Hopeful Results

By John Perry on April 2, 2021

One year ago, as both the Trump administration in the US and the Johnson government in the UK (more…)

Lenin Moreno Deepens Ecuador’s Political Crisis Ahead of Presidential Elections

By Alejandra Garcia on April 4, 2021

Photo: Alborada

Ecuador will go to the polls on Sunday, April 11, amid new restrictive measures imposed by outgoing President Lenin (more…)

Cuba and the Human Rights Report

By Jose Pertierra on April 1, 2021

Dignified Cuba stands against the slander. Photo: Bill Hackwell

Anthony Blinken, President Biden’s secretary of state, released on March 30 a report on the human rights situation (more…)

The Dangerous Alignment of Forces on the World Chessboard

By Oswaldo Espinoza on April 1, 2021

The center of gravity of the world economy and power has shifted back from the North Atlantic to Asia, the brief, (more…)

Cultural Journalism and the Digital Challenge

By Yasel Toledo Garnache on March 30, 2021

There are many challenges for cultural journalism in Cuba. In addition to the traditional ones, there are others related to digital (more…)

Sacha, A Child of Chernobyl – a Documentary Film by Resumen Latinoamericano

March 30, 2021

Sasha; a Child of Chernobyl

Olexandr Savchenko, “Sacha,” was one year old when the explosion of the nuclear power (more…)

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