Contemporary Challenges for the Working Class and Peasantry in Brazil

Joao Pedro Stedile Members of the MST from Belém participate in mobilization in June of this year against pension reform. Photo: Regyane Nascimento / Brasil de Fato Capitalist Crisis of Organizing Production and Society We are living through a very complex moment of global reality and human history. In the last decade, various profound crises…

Sudanese Opposition Alliance Selects PM for the Transitional Period

Peoples Dispatch Abdullah Hamdok will be sworn in on August 21. In the first step towards implementing the power sharing agreement between the military junta and the Sudanese civilian opposition alliance, the latter chose the prime minister for the transitional period yesterday. Known as the Declaration of Freedom and Change Forces (DFCF), this alliance of…

Stella Calloni: “We Are Allowing Them to Plunder Our Historical Memory”

Rudy Lopez The Argentine journalist and writer, Stella Calloni, recipient of countless regional recognitions as a fundamental piece of the communicational articulation between peoples, possessor of a long trajectory as a war correspondent and fighter for peace, granted an interview to Correo del Alba, and sat down with us to share her analysis on the…

The US Terrorist War Against Venezuela

Stella Calloni We are witnessing one of the greatest acts of terrorism, not only economic but of all kinds, of the United States in its war against Venezuela, because that is what the criminal freezing of the assets of the Bolivarian Republic in U.S. territory is all about in order to asphyxiate its people and…

Nicaragua Yesterday and Today – A Conversation with Daniel

Dick and Miriam Emanuelsson “Faced with terrorism – reconciliation to consolidate peace” Vice President Rosario Murillo and  President Comandante Daniel Ortega at the event with international journalists. PHOTO: MIRIAM EMANUELSSON. MANAGUA / One year after the coup opposition has been defeated, the situation tends to normalize in Nicaragua. The human and economic wounds are indelible….

Venezuela Retains Political Control After New US Coercive Measures

Nino Pagliccia In political terms the government of Venezuela had a good month of July while managing very critical economic circumstances. Reps of 120 Non Aligned Movement (NAM) countries attended their ministerial meeting in Caracas, and more than 700 delegates from dozens of leftist parties and social movements from about 32 countries were in attendance…

Peasant Women Lead 100,000-Strong March in Brasília

Cristiane Sampaio Indigenous Women’s March joined the mobilization in Brasília / Andressa Zumpano/CPT Maria Anecy Martins arrived in Brasília this week with glowing eyes to join the 2019 Daisies’ March. The 45-year-old small farmer is one of the 100,000 peasant women who joined the 2-day event that ended with a massive rally that took over the…

Egypt Urges UNSMIL to Engage with Elected Candidates

Sawsan Abu Hussein Egypt has called on the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) to further cooperate and engage with the representatives elected by the Libyan people to come up with a roadmap required for overcoming the current crisis and implementing all the elements of the initiative approved by the Security Council in October 2017….