Cooperation for Repression in Latin America

Revista Crisis The ultra-right governments cooperate at the regional level to guarantee the greatest deployment and use of repressive instruments against the people, in the midst of social uprisings. South-South cooperation has been twisted into its repressive version, in which the ultra-right, linked to the economic and industrial power blocs, and local oligarchies, establish cooperation…

When Did the “Cold War” End? Part II

Vladimir Acosta Part I: When Did the “Cold War” End? I have said on other occasions that our humanity, and not exclusively its youngest members, tends to live not only in the world of images, but also in the world of the immediate, and that its inclination to read is increasingly reduced. The current world…

The Battle of the South Atlantic and South American Integration

César Trejo 48 soldiers and crew lost their lives when the RFA Sir Galahad was attacked in June 1982 Credit: Rex Features The further we move away from the event, the more evidence emerges that the war fought between the Argentine Republic and the United Kingdom of Great Britain was provoked by the USA in…

US Uses Guyana to Harass Venezuela

Andrés Gaudin The Venezuelan government has pledged to defend the country’s claim over the Essequibo Strip. (Presidential Press) Oil is always the great desire and corporations are mapping out the terrain for Biden. Once the direct military option has been ruled out, they insert a wedge in an old border dispute while destabilizing actions persist….

Colombians Question Deployment of U.S. Security Forces

Thomas Power A 2019 protest in Bogotá, Colombia against military aggression in Venezuela (Tom Power) Colombian soldiers and military brass have been implicated in a string of human rights violations in recent weeks. On May 1, Semana magazine reported that Colombian military illegally used U.S. military aid to spy on journalists and human rights defenders,…

U.S. Police and Military Commit State Sponsored Murder and Terror Worldwide

All African People’s Revolutionary Party (AAPRP) History of the Police Make no mistake, the brutal images of police murders that frequently surface on our social media and in the news are not anomalies and are not accidental. These images represent a continuation of an ongoing, deliberate, systematic form of violence which the United States settlers…

Bolivia: The Resources of the Dictatorship

Atilio A. Boron The very serious situation in Bolivia has multiple facets, each one more aberrant. They all have a common denominator: the systematic violation of human rights, public freedoms and individual rights and guarantees. These are the foreseeable results of any dictatorial regime, and without doubt the government that has taken over Bolivia today…