Vijay Prashad
Have you heard of the CIA’s Iran Mission Center?

The rash belligerence against Iran is driven by, among others, a group of organizations, including the CIA’s Iran Mission Center which have one central mission – a war on Iran

Ola Bini Vijay Prashad: My friend is in a prison in Ecuador

Vijay Prashad writes about the plight of his friend Ola BIni who has been unjustly imprisoned in Ecuador since April 2019

Chagos island A US military base, a British occupation and a UN judgment for the decolonisation of Mauritius

The UK now says that the US military base ‘helps to protect people here in Britain and around the world from terrorist threats, organised crime and piracy’

Will the US end up putting sanctions on every country that doesn’t bend to its will?

The objectives of the “strongest sanctions” are broadly all the same—that the United States will suffocate a country’s ability to trade and access finance as long as it does not do what the United States of America asks it to do

Notes from the streets of Venezuela — the people are resilient in the face of foreign intervention

30 years after the Caracazo, when the poor of Venezuela took to the streets to wage a struggle against the government of the oligarchy, the toiling masses of the country remain firm in their commitment to the Bolivarian Revolution, which offered them right and a life of dignity

How the U.S. is strangling Haiti as it attempts regime change in Venezuela

Last week, the people of Haiti erupted in protests over fuel price hikes. Behind the protests lie a story of corruption by the elite, blatantly insensitive IMF policies, predatory pricing by US oil firms and the fallout of the economic war on Venezuela

Why does the United States of America want to overthrow the government of Venezuela?

A look at what drives the US to persist in its interventions—diplomatic, economic and military—against the Venezuelan government

How today’s crisis in the Congo began

Despite the country having rich mineral deposit, most of the citizens of the Democratic Republic of Congo live in extreme poverty. However, a new generation of youth are determined to overcome this contradiction and break the culture of plunder.

Weapons made in America

A child dies every ten minutes in Yemen. Lockheed Martin, as much as the Saudi and Emirati governments, should be in the dock for those deaths.

This is the voice of the people

As Frantz Fanon, who was born in 1925 today wrote, the media of the people has to give them the confidence to act in the world

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