How many Yemenis is a DC pundit worth?
Saudi Arabia has dominated the news cycle after Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was disappeared in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, and, according to Turkish sources, murdered by a 15-strong team […]
“A lot remains to be done”: interview with Aleida Guevara
Aleida Guevara March, the daughter of Ernesto Che Guevara and Aleida March, recently traveled to Europe, where she participated in several discussion rounds explaining the popular consultations taking place in […]
Can President-elect Lopez Obrador pull Mexico out of slumber?
After decades of stagnation, corruption and deadly dependency on the United States, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is considered by many ordinary people, as well as by intellectuals, to be the […]
Hezbollah ‘missile sites’ and Israel’s precision-guided propaganda
In a typically farcical performance at the United Nations General Assembly on 27 September, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took the opportunity to update the world on the alleged activities of his […]
Brazil: defeating the Bolsonaro plan
Brazil is going through a crucial time, but the coup already took place in 2016 with the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff. It is not a surprise: barring Lula from running […]
Brazil: A Monster is Born
Bolsonaro has promised Donald Trump to authorize the installation of a US military base in Alcántara, on the strategic promontory of the Brazilian Northeast, which is the closest point between the […]
Syria and the S-300s: Re-Centering the People in the Global Struggles for Power
“The corporate grip on opinion in the United States is one of the wonders of the Western world [….] No First World country has ever managed to eliminate so entirely […]
Brazil: Again the Alternative is Between “Socialism or Barbarism”
The most feared, but foreseeable at the same time, has already happened. Jair Bolsonaro almost won the presidency of Brazil in the first round and thanks to the consequent vote […]
As polls near, people’s movements mobilize to beat fascism and Bolsonaro
Millions of Brazilians will vote on October 7 in the first presidential elections since the 2016 coup which deposed Dilma Rousseff. On October 4, the day before the last […]
US meddling: is Venezuela next?
Reports that U.S. officials and Venezuelan commanders had conversations about regime change in Venezuela point to the latest instance in a series of covert attempts at destabilising that country. […]