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Basic Goods 'Suspiciously' Begin to Appear in Venezuela Stores

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Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
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Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
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Basic Goods 'Suspiciously' Begin to Appear in Venezuela Stores

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Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
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Lenin Moreno is a Fraud, But How Far to the Right Can He Take Ecuador? by Joe Emersberger, CounterPunch, 28 August 2017

Proxy War and Surrogate Terror: How the US Came to Take an Active Role in War and Torture in Latin America by John W. Dower, Truthout, 29 June 2017

The Militarization of US Policy on Latin America Is Deepening Under Trump by Jake Johnston,, 21 June 2017

Trump’s Cuba Rollback by Samuel Farber, Jacobin, 20 June 2017

Missing the Real Noriega Story by Jonathan Marshall,, 1 June 2017

Exclusive: Dilma Rousseff on Her Ouster, Brazil's Political Crisis & Fighting Dictatorship, Democracy Now! 26 May 2017 (video and transcript)

The US Never Stopped Training and Arming Brutal Latin American Regimes by Mark Karlin and Eileen Markey, Truthout, 7 May 2017

35 Million-Strong Strike Against Temer’s Neoliberal Reforms Brings Brazil to a Halt, Defend Democracy Press, 29 April 2017

Moreno Makes History: 1st Head of State Elected With Paraplegia, teleSUR, 3 April 2017

"Trauma on Trauma on Trauma": For Refugee Children, the Journey Is Only the Beginning by Candice Bernd, Truthout, 29 March 2017

The Troubling Financial Activities of an Ecuadorian Presidential Candidate by Mark Weisbrot, CounterPunch, 27 March 2017

Ecuador’s Elections: Why National Sovereignty Matters by Mark Weisbrot, CounterPunch, 23 March 2017

Southern Command in Costa Rica: US Occupation Disguised as Humanitarian Aid by Santiago Navarro F. and Renata Bessi, Truthout, 18 March 2017

What's Happening in Brazil? Exactly What the Coup Leaders Said Would Happen by Ted Snider, Truthout, 4 March 2017

Ecuador’s Left-Wing Success Story by Mark Weisbrot, The Nation, 14 Febrary 2017

NAFTA Has Harmed Mexico a Lot More than Any Wall Could Do by Mark Weisbrot, Common Dreams, 12 February 2017

Mexico: Massive Anti-Trump Rallies Staged Across Nation, Common Dreams, 12 February 2017

Cuban human rights and the hypocrisy of the media by Ed Augustin, Al Jazeera, 13 January 2017

Protests in Mexico Push Country to Brink of Revolution and Nobody’s Talking About It by Nick Bernabe, Anti-Media, 10 January 2017

Hillary Clinton and the Installation of Authoritarian Right-Wing Regimes in the Americas by Paul Street, CounterPunch, 6 January 2017

Agroecology Booming in Argentina by Fabiana Frayssinet, Inter Press Service, 23 December 2016

Ignacio Ramonet Denounces Reprisals for Book on Fidel Castro, Prensa Latina, 10 December 2016

Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’

Blood on His Hands by Jonah Walters, Jacobin, 9 December 2016

The Cuban Revolution: Defying Imperialism From Its Backyard by Vijay Prashad, CounterPunch, 8 December 2016

Life Without Politicians: A Mexican Indigenous Community Finds Its Own Way by Lourdes Cárdenas, Truthout, 5 December 2016

Nicaraguan Women Push for Access to Land, Not Just on Paper by José Adán Silva, Inter Press Service, 5 December 2016

Roaming Charges: The CIA's Plots to Kill Castro by Jeffrey St. Clair, CounterPunch, 2 December 2016

The New York Times's Biased Obituary of Fidel Castro by Matt Peppe, CounterPunch, 30 November 2016

Castro preserved Cuba's national sovereignty. Can it survive Trump? by Samuel Farber, The Guardian, 28 November 2016

Fidel Castro (1926-2016) by Samuel Farber, In These Times, 26 November 2016

Fidel Castro obituary by Richard Gott, The Guardian, 26 November 2016

Fidel Castro in context by Belen Fernandez, Al Jazeera, 26 November 2016

Honduran Opposition Leaders Being Murdered While US Pours in Money to Repressive Government and Military by Mark Weisbrot, Common Dreams, 25 October 2016

Zapatistas propose indigenous woman for Mexican presidency by Leonidas Oikonomakis, ROAR, 18 October 2016

Why Colombia’s Peace Deal Failed by Jonathan Marshall,, 17 October 2016

Haiti: Exacerbating Disaster by Edna Bonhomme, Jacobin, 16 October 2016

Building Socialism in Cuba by Samuel Farber, Jacobin, 12 October 2016

Nobel Committee Gets Peace Prize Wrong Yet Again by David Swanson, CounterPunch, 7 October 2016

A lost opportunity by Vijay Prashad, The Hindu, 5 October 2016

Building peace in Colombia beyond “yes” or “no” by José Antonio Gutiérrez D., ROAR, 4 October 2016

Plan Colombia Vindicated: Colombia Rejects Peace by Roger Harris, CounterPunch, 3 October 2016

Why Colombians voted against peace with the Farc by Isabel Hilton, The Guardian, 3 October 2016

Peace in Colombia: from guerrilla war to radical change? by José Antonio Gutiérrez D., ROAR, 29 September 2016

A 50-Year Civil War That Killed Over 250,000 and Devastated Colombia Has Finally Reached a Peace Agreement by Vijay Prashad, AlterNet, 28 September 2016

Brazil: Get Lula! Now! Or Else… by Pepe Escobar, teleSUR, 27 September 2016

Washington Tries to Break BRICS – Rape of Brazil Begins by F. William Engdahl, New Eastern Outlook, 24 September 2016

Latin America's left is in retreat, but it's not finished yet by Federico Fuentes, ZNet, 20 September 2016

The heavy price of Santiago's privatised water by Daniel Gallagher, The Guardian, 15 September 2016

Repression Rains Down on Pro-Democracy Demonstrators in Brazil by Deirdre Fulton, Common Dreams, 5 September 2016

Brazil’s political and economic crisis threatens its democracy by Mark Weisbrot, ZNet, 2 September 2016

Dilma Rousseff on Ouster: This is a Coup That Will Impact Every Democratic Organization in Brazil, Democracy Now! 1 September 2016 (video and transcript)

Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff, a woman of honor, confronts Senate of scoundrels by Pepe Escobar, ZNet, 31 August 2016

Brazil's Banana Scoundrels Will Now Win Their Olympics by Pepe Escobar, Strategic Culture Foundation, 27 August 2016

Brazil's Banana Scoundrels Will Now Win Their Olympics by Pepe Escobar, Strategic Culture Foundation, 27 August 2016

Kerry's Brazil Meeting: Showing Support for an Illegitimate Government by Mark Weisbrot, CounterPunch, 15 August 2016

Reply to Rafael Rojas: More on “Fighting over Fidel” by Samuel Farber, Havana Times, 10 August 2016

Confidence and the Degradation of Brazil by Mark Weisbrot, CounterPunch, 22 July 2016

Brazilian Prosecutor Finds No Crime Committed by Dilma: Will the Law Count for Anything in Brazil? by Mark Weisbrot, Common Dreams, 20 July 2016

The OAS Needs New Leadership by Mark Weisbrot, CounterPunch, 13 July 2016

Viva La Revolución by Eric Hobsbawm review – Latin America from leftwing hopes to bloody dictatorships by Tony Wood, The Guardian, 8 July 2016

Colombia's Peace Finally at Hand by Jonathan Marshall,, 1 July 2016

Greg Palast on US Election Fraud and Neoliberalism Gone Amok in Latin America and Greece by Michael Nevradakis, Truthout, 27 June 2016

Blame It on Rio: Politics, Propaganda, and the Weaponization of the Olympics by Eric Draitser, CounterPunch, 23 June 206

Rio Declares a State of “Financial Disaster” Just in Time For The Summer Olympics by Alex Christoforou, The Duran, 18 June 2016

Brazil's giant dams risk destroying heart of the Amazon, says Greenpeace by John Vidal, The Guardian, 15 June 2016

The US Is Preparing to Oust President Evo Morales by Nik Nikandrov, Strategic Culture Foundation, 9 June 2016

Temer’s Black Thumb by Ashley Dawson, Jacobin, 6 June 2016

'March of Silence' in Uruguay sends message of remembrance to South America by Andre Vltchek, Information Clearing House, 5 JUne 2016

Temer Convicted of Breaking Election Laws As Thousands March for Democracy in Brazil by Nika Knight, Common Dreams, 3 June 2016

A US Hand in Brazil’s Coup? by Ted Snider,, 1 June 2016

Turning Blind Eye to Brazilian Coup, OAS Targets Venezuela's Maduro by Lauren McCauley, Common Dreams, 31 May 2016

Brazil: Recolonising a continent by Sue Branford, Red Pepper, May 2016

Insurgency, conflict and communalism in Colombia by José Antonio Gutiérrez D., Janet Biehl, ROAR, 26 May 2016

Brazil: The Provisional Banana Scoundrel Republic by Pepe Escobar, Information Clearing House, 25 May 2016

This Confirms It was a Coup: Brazil Crisis Deepens as Evidence Mounts of Plot to Oust Dilma Rousseff, Democravcy Now! 25 May 2016 (video and transcript)

Obama Urged to Stop Funding Honduran Military as Questions Grow over US Role in Berta Cáceres' Death, Democravcy Now! 24 May 2016 (video and transcript)

Call It a 'Coup': Leaked Transcripts Detail How Elite Orchestrated Overthrow in Brazil by Lauren McCauley, Common Dreams, 23 May 2016

“There is a Coup Going on in Brazil and the Current Government is Illegitimate” by Michael Welch, Pepe Escobar, and John Schertow, Global Research, 22 May 2016 (audio)

The Clinton-Colombia Connection by Jonathan Marshall,, 19 May 2016

Taking power by storm in Brazil by Atilio Boron, ZNet, 19 May 2016

End of a cycle for the left in Latin America? by Jose Luis Coraggio, openDemocracy, 18 May 2016

Hybrid war hyenas tearing Brazil apart by Pepe Escobar, Information Clearing House, 17 May 2016

Historical speech of Brazilian President Dilma Roussef (with English Subtitles), Information Clearing House, 16 May 2016 (video and transcript)

We Accuse Vladimir Safatle, Jacobin, 16 May 2016

‘US supports coup against suspended Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff… but not openly’ by Mark Weisbrot, RT, 14 May 2016

Now, in Brazil, the Battle for Democracy is Fought on the Streets by Carlos Aznárez, ZNet, 14 May 2016

Dilma out: Brazilian Plutocracy Sets 54mn Votes on fire by Pepe Escobar, CounterPunch, 13 May 2016

Wikileaks Confirms: Brazil's New President Is a US Asset by Enrico Braun, Russia Insider, 13 May 2016

Dilma Rousseff Calls for Mobilizations to Overturn Coup, Information Clearing House, 13 May 2016

Despair and Unrest in Mexico by Vijay Prashad, CounterPunch, 13 May 2016

Destitution de la présidente brésilienne Dilma Rousseff : entretien avec Pepe Escobar, Cercle des volontaires, 12 mai 2016

Has the Left Run Its Course in Latin America? by Mike Weisbrot, ZNet, 11 May 2016

The Empire of Chaos Strikes Back by Pepe Escobar, Information Clearing House, 26 April 2016

The Return of the Coup in Latin America by Manuel E. Yepe, CounterPunch, 26 April 2016

Cuba and the Future: a Great Debate Has Just Begun by Nelson Valdes, CounterPunch, 25 April 2016

Washington’s Dog-Whistle Diplomacy Supports Attempted Coup in Brazil by Mark Weisbrot, The Huffington Post, 22 April 2016

Hybrid War Hyenas Tear Brazil Apart by Pepe Escobar, Russia Insider, 18 April 2016

Hypocrisy Wins the Day by Sean Purdy, Jacobin, 18 April 2016

A Chill Wind From the North: the US Returns to Latin America by Vijay Prashad, CounterPunch, 15 April 2016

Brazilian Coup Threatens Democracy and National Sovereignty by Mark Weisbrot, CounterPunch, 15 April 2016

Obama's Victory Dance in Argentina by Michael Corcoran, Truthout, 14 April 2016

The Whole World Is Watching Brazil's Hollow Men by Pepe Escobar, teleSur, 31 March 2016

Brazil, like Russia, under attack by Hybrid War by Pepe Escobar, RT, 28 March 2016

The War on Democracy in Latin America: Interview with John Pilger by Edu Montesanti, CounterPunch, 25 March 2016

Cuba's sustainable agriculture at risk in U.S. thaw by Miguel Altieri, The Conversation, 25 March 2016

Obama's Cuba Visit Illustrates US Arrogance by Gary Leech, disinfo, 24 March 2016

Argentina's New Order by Adam Fabry, Jacobin, 24 March 2016

A Coup in Brazil? by Alfredo Saad-Filho, Jacobin, 23 March 2016

‘Prime Minister' Lula: The Brazilian Game-Changer by Pepe Escobar, Russia Insider, 21 March 2016

Brazil's revolution starting to reveal its true colors by Pepe Escobar, RT, 21 March 2016

Bolivia After the “No” Vote by Bret Gustafson, ZNet, 20 March 2016

The political economy of Argentina's settlement with the vulture funds by Mark Weisbrot, ZNet, 20 March 2016

Development banks need to wake up to the human rights crisis in Honduras by Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, The Guardian, 20 March 2016

To Cuba with Hate by William Blum,, 19 March 2016

Platismo Lives by Samuel Farber, Jacobin, 19 March 2016

Brazil on Edge by Sean Purdy, Jacobin, 18 March 2016

Activists in Central America Fear for Their Lives in Wake of Assassinations by Jeff Abbott, Truthout, 18 March 2016

Regime Change in Brazil? Right Wing Protest Movement Funded by US Billionaire Foundations, Training in US by Catherine Osborn, Global Research, 17 March 2016

‘Prime Minister’ Lula: The Brazilian game-changer by Pepe Escobar, Information Clearing House, 17 March 2016

Another Indigenous Activist Is Assassinated, Urging Calls for Clinton to Come Clean on Role in Honduran Coup by Sarah Lazare, AlterNet, 16 March 2016

How Much Did the US Know About the Kidnapping, Torture, and Murder of Over 20,000 People in Argentina? by Martin Edward Andersen, Information Clearing House, 14 March 2016

Uproar Over Hillary's Role in Honduran Coup Grows as Her Campaign Denies Connection by Michael Arria, ZNet, 12 Matrch 2016

Before Her Assassination, Berta Cáceres Singled Out Hillary Clinton for Backing Honduran Coup, Democracy Now! 11 March 2016 (video and transcript)

Death In Honduras – The Coup, Hillary Clinton And The Killing Of Berta Cáceres by David Edwards, Media Lens, 10 March 2016

Lula and the BRICS in a fight to the death by Pepe Escobar, RT, 8 March 2016

The Brazilian Earthquake by Pepe Escobar, Information Clearing House, 7 March 2016

Honduran Indigenous Leader Berta Cáceres Assassinated, Won Goldman Environmental Prize, Democracy Now! 3 March 2016

A Dark Legacy: Hillary Clinton's Role in the Mexican Drug War by Jesse Franzblau, CounterPunch, 3 March 2016

Evo Morales and the limits of 21st century socialism by Angus McNelly, ROAR, 2 March 2016

Do Feminists Support Coups? Honduran Women on Hillary Clinton, teleSUR, 28 February 2016

The Horizon of Evo Morales’ Long Decade in Power: Implications of Bolivia’s Referendum Results by Ben Dangl, ZNet, 25 February 2016

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Enabled the Coup in Honduras by Robert Naiman, Truthout, 23 February 2016

Argentina The End of Post Neoliberalism and the Rise of the Hard Right by James Petras, Information Clearing House, 21 February 2016

Clouds Gather Over Bolivia's Change Process as US Intervenes by W.T. Whitney, CounterPunch, 16 February 2016

Nicaragua and the ghosts of revolutionby by Leonidas Oikonomakis, ROAR, 6 February 2016

For US in Haiti: Black Lives Don't Matter by Mark Weisbrot, CounterPunch, 1 February 2016

Tens of Thousands March in Haiti by Kim Ives, CounterPunch, 29 January 2016

The Clintons: “We Came, We Stole, Haitians Died” by Glen Ford, Black Agenda Report , 26 January 2016

The Threat of a Free Haiti by Samuel Farber, Jacobin, 14 January 2016

Why is South America's left in retreat? Making money, not things by Renaud Lambert, Le Monde diplomatique, January 2016

The Worst South America Coverage of 2015 by Joe Emersberger, teleSUR, 6 January 2016

After Ayotzinapa: building autonomy in a civil war by Alessandro Zagato, ROAR, 5 January 2016

Neoliberalism Raises Its Ugly Head in South America by Jack Rasmus, teleSUR, 3 January 2016

Latin America: The Aborted Neo-Liberal Offensive by James Petras, Information Clearing House, 10 December 2015

The Media Battle a Resurgent Right Wing in Latin America by Joe Emersberger, teleSUR, 9 December 2015

Mauricio Macri: No Triumph for the Republic by Ezequiel Adamovsky, teleSUR, 2 December 2015

US Espionage: Alive and Well in Latin America by Eva Golinger, teleSUR, 18 November 2015

Will the Economic Policies of Argentina's President Survive Sunday's Elections? by Greg Grandin, The Nation, 19 October 2015

Cuba's Demands for Reparations and Closing of Guantanamo Are Reasonable by Mark Weisbrot, Common Dreams, 17 October 2015

Rousseff and the Right by Sean Purdy, Jacobin, 5 October 2015

Brazil Needs New Economic Program to Jump-Start Growth and Employment by Mark Weisbrot, Truthout, 21 September 2015

Redefining Socialism in Cuba by Garry Leech, CounterPunch, 18 September 2015

Uruguay Shows the Way by Leaving Secret Trade Deal by Viviana Barreto, Sam Cossar-Gilbert, Common Dreams, 17 September 2015

The US and the Militarization of Latin America by Eric Draitser, CounterPunch, 11 September 2015

Cuba Before the Revolution by Samuel Farber, Jacobin, 6 September 2015

Ecuador's Impasse by Jeffery R. Webber, Jacobin, 30 August 2015

The Economist Scrapes the Bottom of the Barrel to Attack Rafael Correa by Joe Emersberger, ZNet, 30 August 2015

Rio's Olympic preparations under the spotlight by Adam Talbot,, 21 August 2015

The Honduran Coup's Ugly Aftermath by Jonathan Marshall,, 19 August 2015

Rapprochement in Havana or Intended Regime Change? America's Kiss of Death by Norman Pollack, CounterPunch, 19 August 2015

Women Are at the Forefront of the Zapatista Revolution by Hilary Klein, Truthout, 30 July 2015

They Say Paraguay is in Africa: Mosaic of Horror by Andre Vltchek, CounterPunch, 24 July 2015

Socialist Argentina Helping People in Fascist Paraguay by Andre Vltchek, teleSUR, 18 July 2015

Happiness v. Property: From Jefferson and Franklin to Cuba and the United States by Paul Street, ZCommentaries, 18 July 2015

Rio's Student Resistance by Ian Steinman, Jacobin, 10 July 2015

US- Orchestrated Coup Attempt in Ecuador by Stephen Lendman, Global Research, 7 July 2015

US Policy Driving Militarization in Guatemala by Jeff Abbott, Truthout, 5 July 2015

Ecuador Fights for Survival – Against its Elites by Andre Vltchek, CounterPunch, 3 July 2015

Next Steps in the Normalization of US-Cuban Relations: Thoughts From the Cuban Five by Marjorie Cohn, Truthout, 2 July 2015

How Ecuador Transitioned From 20th Century Neoliberalism to 21st Century Socialism by Jonas Gamso, Truthout, 1 July 2015

Latin American Revolutions Under Attack by Andre Vltchek, CounterPunch, 26 June 2015

Ecuador Puts Piketty Into Practice by Josh Hoxie, Foreign Policy in Focus, 15 June 2015

Obama's Cuba legacy may run through Venezuela by Mark Weisbrot, ZNet, 14 June 2015

Guatemalans Are Taking Their Democracy Back by Sandra Cuffe, Truthout, 13 June 2015

Cuba's Challenge by Samuel Farber, Jacobin, 10 June 2015

Washington's “Two Track Policy” to Latin America: Marines to Central America and Diplomats to Cuba by James Petras, Global Research, 28 May 2015

BRICS trample US in South America by Pepe Escobar, RT, 22 May 20115

The Real Reason the End of the Embargo Will Unleash the Cuban Tiger by Jonas Gamso, Truthout, 7 May 2015

From Open Door to Open Border by Samuel Farber, Jacobin, 22 April 2015

Who's Protesting in Brazil and Why? by Bryan Pitts, Global Research, 15 April 2015

Chronicler of His Time Eduardo Galeano Has Died, ZNet, 14 April 2015

US-Cuba - Photo-Op With a Warmonger by Finian Cunningham, Information Clearing House, 13 April 2015

Cuba's Socialist Spirit Level by Paul Street, teleSUR, 10 April 2015

Obama Faces Latin American Opposition to Venezuela Sanctions as Cuba Joins Summit of the Americas, Democracy Now! 10 April 2015 (video and transcript)

Obama could face disastrous summit due to Venezuela sanctions by Mark Weisbrot, The Hill, 9 April 2015

Obama's Legacy Set to Fail in Latin America by Eva Golinger, teleSUR, 3 April 2015

Tomgram: Rebecca Gordon, It Didn't Work in Afghanistan, So Let's Do It in Mexico,, 22 March 2015

Hugo Chavez and Leftist Soldiers in 20th Century Latin America by Richard Gott, teleSUR, 5 March 2015

The Future of Cuba by Alejandro Castro Espin and Lasonas Pipinis Velasco, CounterPunch, 27 February 2015

Ayotzinapa: the aftermath of a drama by Merel de Buck,, 3 February 2015

How Human Rights Can Build Haiti by Marjorie Cohn,, 2 February 2015

Can Bolivia Chart a Sustainable Path Away From Capitalism? by Chris Williams and Marcela Olivera, Truthout, 28 January 2015

Argentina: Societies in Movement or Politics as Usual? by Marina Sitrin, teleSUR, 27 January 2015

Cuban scholars: “US-style democracy not only option” by Avi Chomsky,, 17 January 2015

In Haiti, the State and International Community Continue to Trounce Human Rights by Beverly Bells, Truthout, 12 January 2015

Repression as big business in pre-Olympic Rio de Janeiro by Jason O'Hara,, 10 January 2015

The Paranoid Style in Brazilian Politics by Patrick de Oliveira, Jacobin, 7 January 2015

Mexico: an Authoritarian System in Crisis by Laura Carlsen, CounterPunch, 6 January 2015


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