US imperialism
US military influence in Philippines Filipino movements protest Marcos Jr’s decision to further open up to US military

The decision to allow US to access more Philippine military bases under the controversial EDCA deal has been criticized by progressive groups and activists

Burkina Faso ejects French troops

France originally entered the Sahel to allegedly prevent the southern movement of jihadist elements strengthened by the NATO-led war in Libya

“War is an enemy of the poor”: US activists honor the anti-war legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

Although seldom recognized, Martin Luther King Jr. was anti-war. His politics should be applied to demand an end to NATO and the war in Ukraine, say activists

Where are relations between Cuba and the United States today?

Cuba’s Deputy Foreign Minister, Carlos F. de Cossío, spoke to Claridad about US-Cuba relations and the perspective for change

Venezuelans commemorate ‘Day of Loyalty and Love for Hugo Chávez’

On December 8, 2012, the then-President of Venezuela Hugo Chávez delivered his last public speech and called on the people to preserve the unity of the patriots in the struggle and battle for victory

Cuba goes on a diplomatic tour in an increasingly multipolar world

During President Miguel Díaz-Canel’s trip to Algeria, Russia, Turkey, and China, several new agreements were signed that pointed to a desire to help Cuba

Kamala Harris vist Philippines “Harris Imperialist!”: Filipino movements criticize US Vice President’s visit 

The three-day visit to the archipelago included an unprecedented visit to Palawan, an island close to the South China Sea dispute, and promises of military aid to the Marcos administration

The world condemns the US blockade against Cuba

185 countries voted to lift the cruel 60-year blockade that has deprived the Cuban people of more than $1 trillion according to some calculations

Gustavo Petro and Nicolás Maduro hold historic meeting in Caracas

The Colombian and Venezuelan heads of state met in the Venezuelan capital, marking the further strengthening of the diplomatic ties between the neighboring countries

Haitians reject Canada and the US decision to compose an international force for Haiti

Thousands have been mobilizing against de-facto President Ariel Henry’s request for foreign occupation disguised as international military assistance

Puerto Rico contends with two storms: Fiona and colonialism

The island’s recovery from the mid-September storm has been afflicted by the reality of 500 years of colonialism, according to activist

Haitian people continue protests against foreign intervention

In the capital Port-au-Prince, thousands marched to the US embassy to demand an end to the US intervention but before reaching the embassy, they were repressed by the police with tear gas.