US imperialism
“Democracy for who?”: People’s Summit runs counter to Biden’s imperialist Summit of the Americas

The People’s Summit has announced their program of panel discussions, workshops, and cultural activities, bringing together diverse voices

Why Latin America needs a new world order

Latin America does not want a new cold war. The region has already suffered from decades of military rule and austerity. Latin America wants peace.

Nicaragua formally withdraws from the OAS

After Venezuela, the country is the second to suspend its participation in the body which claims to work for continental cooperation

Aid group condemns junta-backed militia for attack in Sudan’s Darfur and other stories

Today we look at renewed attacks on communities in Darfur, Sudan; the results of France’s presidential runoff election, and more

Panamanians reject visit of US state secretary Antony Blinken

The US Secretaries of State and Homeland Security arrived in Panama to attend a regional meeting on migration cooperation in the hemisphere. Those protesting the visit highlighted that US imperialism is the root cause for migration in the region

Venezuela commemorates 20th anniversary of the failed coup against Hugo Chávez

The failed coup was the first victory of the Venezuelan people against US imperialism in the 21st century. It marked the beginning of the resistance of Venezuelans against the US attacks, which continue to this day

Russia suspended from the UN Human Rights Council

China and Cuba opposed the resolution sponsored by the US and supported mostly by its allies in Europe and the Americas.

Washington watches as China and Latin America deepen their ties

Foreign policy experts in the US have alerted to the growing economic relationship between Latin America and China, a trend only expected to increase in the coming period

US spends billions on war in Ukraine and working class pays the price

In passing a $728.5 billion war budget, US legislators prove that they are willing to fund war, unwilling to fund relief

What does Yoon Seok-yeol’s presidency mean for South Korea?

Right-wing candidate Yoon Seok-yeol triumphed in South Korea’s presidential election by a razor-thin margin last week. What might his presidency mean for the peninsula?

Why Europe needs to take a hard look at itself

Because it has proved to be incapable of dealing with the causes of the Ukraine crisis, Europe is now condemned to deal with its consequences.

43 years later, Grenada’s New Jewel Movement and Maurice Bishop continue to inspire

The legacy of the New Jewel Movement and Maurice Bishop is still an inspiration for millions of people across the world who imagine a world free from oppression, poverty and imperialism.

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