Amid a fuel shortage crisis and continuing corruption allegations, the popular classes in Haiti have been on the streets daily to demand the resignation of President Jovenel Moïse
Lautaro Rivara of the Dessalines Brigade in Solidarity with Haiti gives an overview of the current crisis facing Haiti as massive mobilizations are expected across the country today
On the second day of the protests over shortage of fuel in the country, Haitian government announced an increase in the price of diesel.
In a conference organized to analyze the crisis facing the country and discuss strategies to confront it, the formulation of an action plan to achieve Moïse’s resignation is underway.
10 years since the coup d’état in Honduras, we speak with Camilo Bermúdez to look at the motivations behind the coup and the impacts it has had on Honduras
A protest broke out after a second report on the embezzlement of the Petrocaribe funds revealed that a company formerly owned by the Haitian president was involved in the financial fraud
The US-led intervention in Venezuela—hiding behind a pretext of humanitarianism—follows a long pattern of economic policies and covert operations in the country and in the region that seek to protect the economic interests of the United States and Europe
In this episode of International Roundup, Prabir Purkayastha, talks about the narrative built around the supposed “humanitarian” aid being pushed by the US into Venezuela
Lautaro Rivara, a sociologist and member of the Dessalines Brigade of Solidarity with Haiti, writes a reflection on the socio-political and economic crisis in Haiti and peoples resentment against the government of Jovenel Moïse
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
In this episode, we report about the protests in Belgium and Haiti, and termination of thousands of Bangladeshi workers
With the Venezuelan crude spigot now closed, Washington’s enforcer, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), told Jovenel he had to raise gas prices. The result was a three-day popular explosion which was the precursor to today’s revolt