Nate Singham
Trump is making a mockery of humanitarian aid in Venezuela

The so-called “humanitarian aid” to Venezuela takes place as the administration considers canceling many other foreign aid projects around the world. Trump’s actions are part of a long tradition of US aid being used to serve its political and diplomatic interests

Towards a new dawn of working class internationalism

Activists, scholars and community leaders from around the world met at the Peoples Forum in New York to discuss ways to strengthen the connections between the global working class, and meet the challenges of the resurgent right

The IMF, the G20 and an Argentine disaster foretold

As Argentina prepares to host the G20 heads of state summit, it stares at a long period of social and economic crises that are likely to be the byproducts of IMF-dictated austerity policies implemented by president Mauricio Macri

The Brazil elections: How did we get here and what is at stake?

The choices of the nearly 147 million eligible voters on October 7 will have massive implications on the domestic, regional and international political and economic landscape.

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