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Mexico’s President gives Joe Biden a big history lesson

Latin American nations are putting themselves on the front line for the sovereignty of certain countries, and are backing progressive processes in others

What is behind the baby formula shortage in the US?

Thousands of families in the US have been struggling with a shortage of infant formula for over half a year, with attempts to resolve the situation undermined by industry interests

The push-pull of the abortion rights struggle continues in the US

The struggle to regain abortion rights for millions of women in the US continues, while Biden makes repeated concessions to the right

Biden’s Israel visit draws widespread criticism

Biden will be making his first visit to Israel as president between July 13 and July 15, and will also visit the occupied West Bank to meet Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas

Examining the US-Israel patron-client relationship ahead of Biden’s Middle East visit

The US has been Israel’s biggest financial sponsor for decades, enabling human rights violations. Biden’s upcoming trip to the region is expected to further affirm this relationship.

Storms at the Summit of the Americas

June 7 was a bad day for the secretary-general of the Organization of American States. During the Summit of the Americas, a young man declared to him what he is: an instigator of the coup in Bolivia.

People’s Summit set to begin in bold challenge to the Summit of the Americas

The People’s Summit, organized and supported by social movements throughout the continents, will begin on two days after Biden’s Summit of the Americas

Biden vows to intervene militarily in Taiwan if China “invades”

President Biden’s recent comments about defending Taiwan in case of a mainland invasion are unusually militaristic, even for the United States

The nations of Latin America and the Caribbean unite in boycott of Biden’s Summit of the Americas

Leaders of over a dozen countries in the region have condemned the exclusion of Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela from the Summit

Cuba describes easing of US sanctions as “a limited step in the right direction”

US President Joe Biden has finally announced the easing of some of the 243 sanctions imposed on Cuba by former President Trump

In the wake of mass abortion rights protests across the US, the powerful start to react

US government figures have rushed to the defense of the political system after the leak of the draft decision set to overturn Roe v. Wade

Dangerous hypocrisy in action: US to respond in “in kind” if Russia uses chemical weapons

The US government, notable wielder of chemical weapons, plans to violently escalate Ukraine conflict if Russia uses chemical weapons