“Sonic Attacks” Against American Havana Diplomats: New University of Edinburgh-Based Study Provides Another Significant Rebuttal
The explanatory Commentary and Editorial published in Cortex on October 9 and 13, 2018, is timely, given that the U.S. has, for quite some time, been ratcheting up its rhetoric […]
Brazil: “Defeat was electoral, not political”
Landless workers’ leader spoke with Brasil de Fato on the next steps for the left after Jair Bolsonaro’s victory. “We leave this process with closer ties and organized capacity […]
Laos – China is building, West is destroying and spreading nihilism
It is one of those complex stories that are so difficult to tell, and yet they should, they have to be shared. Imagine the splendid Mekong River, as it […]
Camilo Mejia and Paul Baker Hernandez : The Duo activist with resilient and out-spoken voices for Nicaragua
Camilo Ernesto Mejía, spoke alongside co-activist Paul Hernandez to throw light on the problems facing the Sandinista Government and the Nicaraguan People. Camilo, also a Nicaraguan who left the United […]
Why are thousands of Hondurans walking towards the US border?
The migrant caravan, which has been met with threats from Donald Trump, is the result of poverty, growing crime and repression in Honduras. The US has played a key role […]
Western Media Attacks Critics of the White Helmets
The October 16 issue of NY Review of Books has an article by Janine di Giovani titled “Why Assad and Russia Target the White Helmets”. The article exemplifies how western […]
The CIA finger in Brasil’s Elections
The growth of Bolsonarian fascism in the final stretch of the election campaign, turbo charged by an avalanche of fake news disseminated on the internet, is not surprising. It is […]
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 […]