American Fascism

Rob Urie From Whence ‘We’ Came Fascism is a loaded topic for Americans. The term is usually put forward as oppositional, as the flip side of representative democracy, e.g. authoritarian. Left unaddressed is whose interests’ American representative democracy represents. Twenty years of research by political scientist Thomas Ferguson strongly supports the conclusion that it is…

The Nicaraguan Crisis: A US Regime Change Operation

Camilo Mejía Over the past four and a half months western corporate news reports about Nicaragua have painted a harrowing picture about the Central American country, historically known for a revolutionary legacy that has put the nation at odds with United States foreign policy and interests. In this latest iteration of conflict between the two…

Iran: Nicaragua, An ‘Anti-imperialist’ Nation

“Relations between Nicaragua and Iran are excellent as they are two friendly countries and respect each other” Farzam Vanaki Relations between Nicaragua and Iran are excellent as they are two friendly countries and respect each other, said the Nicaraguan ambassador to Tehran. Mario Barquero Baltodano noted that in multilateral organizations, such as the UN, we…

What Has September 11 Left Us?

Bertha Mojena Milián | internet@granma.cu The images still hurt of that Tuesday, September 11, 2001, which paralyzed the world, as the towers fell and a war that shows no signs of ending was unleashed. In the following days, U.S. President George W. Bush repeated once and again that the crusade against terrorism would be a…

How a West Bank Village is Key to Israel’s Plan for Breaking up Palestine

The Israeli supreme court’s decision to permit the demolition of the village of Khan al-Ahmar marks a key moment in the strategy to isolate Jerusalem and divide the West Bank through building Jewish settlements. Pavan Kulkarni A day after Israel’s supreme court gave the green light for the demolition of Khan al-Ahmar village in the…