Argentina’s Inquisition: The Repentant Industry and the Heart of Lawfare

Claudio Fabian Guevara Translated by Internationalist 360° The colonial administration of Mauricio Macri in Argentina has unleashed a new wave of arrests based on another judicial mega-case specially designed for its media impact: the notebooks of the chauffeur Oscar Centeno. The story argues that the driver of a Kirchner second-line official patiently recorded for ten…

Che Guevara and the Southern Africa Struggle to Defeat Racist Settler Colonialism

A-APRP Today there is a never ending barrage of attacks against the Cuban Revolution in general and Ernesto “Che” Guevara in particular.  Those attacks come regularly from the reactionary capitalist right wing as well as from the reactionary European so-called left.  The truth about Che’s role in establishing the groundwork in Africa that helped lead…

Fidel’s Cuba Embraces the Impossible

Fidel taught us that nothing is impossible In each speech by Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, the same name is repeated several times: Fidel. 92 years after the birth of the Commander in Chief, Granma shares some ideas of the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba about his brother of life and struggle,…

Free Lula March Ready to Occupy Brasília

National Free Lula March approaches urban area of Brasília The three columns set off around 6:30 in the morning to Brasília on the fourth day of march / Júlia Dolce Rute Pina The National Free Lula March is getting closer and closer to the capital city of Brazil every day. As this Monday marks the…

Cuba and the United States: A Primer on History and Politics

G.LL. Williams The relationship between Cuba and the United States is a relationship of history and politics. It is a relationship which shows the nature of Capitalism and Imperialism. It is a relationship which also shows the nature of the struggle for Socialism and Socialist Revolution. Cuba, the first revolutionary Socialist state in Latin America,…

Colombia: Jesus Santrich Denied 2nd Habeas Corpus

The Colombian General Prosecutor’s Office announced Saturday that the Supreme Court of Bogota rejected a habeas corpus petition filed by Jesus Santrich‘s representatives, for the second time. The move will extend Santrich’s detention, which started on April 9 due to an extradition request from the United States’ Department of Justice. According to a statement, which…