North America

Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza

In an exclusive interview with The Real News Network, Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza says Guaido has not accepted the Pope’s offer to negotiate since he is being directed by Washington

Among the academics pushing hard for regime change in Venezuela is Ricardo Hausmann, now an adviser to Juan Guaido, who has “already drafted a plan to rebuild the nation, from economy to energy.”

The teachers, under the banner of the Denver Class Teachers Association, went on strike on February 11 seeking higher base pay rather than one-time bonuses to ensure greater retention

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

The strike by the teachers of Denver, seeking fair wages and better support for education, began on February 11. Talks will be held between the Denver Class Teachers Association and Denver Public School authorities on February 13

The workers claimed that GM’s decision to terminate nearly 4,000 jobs in North America was part of the company’s strategy of profit maximization. They pointed out that the company had benefited from a public-funded bailout during the 2008 financial crisis

Ahead of a teachers’ strike in Denver on February 11, Peoples Dispatch talks to the Denver Classroom Teachers Association and the Colorado Education Association on the reasons for the protest and its links to the national educators’ movement

The Strengthening America’s Security in the Middle East Act allows State and local governments to withhold contracts from companies and individuals that participate in the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel

AROUND THE WORLD EP 9

In this episode, we talk to Augusto Montiel, Venezuelan Ambassador to India on the situation in Venezuela. Also, we take a look into the assassination of an NDF peace consultant allegedly by the armed forces of the Philippines.

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