Cristina Kirchner’s Conversation with Rafael Correa

Cristina Kirchner to Correa: Neoliberalism “is going to fail irremediably” In this new edition of ‘Conversando con Correa’, the former president of Ecuador talks with Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, former president and current senator of Argentina. In their dialogue, they address the characteristics of neoliberalism in Latin America and analyze what brought these ideas back…

The Strategic Challenge for the Latin American Left

Rafael Correa After the long and sad neoliberal night of the 1990s – which broke entire nations like Ecuador – and since Hugo Chávez won the Presidency of the Republic of Venezuela at the end of 1998, the rightist governments of the continent began to be overthrown like houses of cards, bringing popular governments aligned…

Ecuador: Moreno’s Pyrrhic Referendum Victory

Correa’s reaction reflected the mood among those political forces that remain loyal to the project of the Citizens’ Revolution. Denis Rogatyuk Ecuador’s Feb. 4 “popular consultation” resulted in a victory for the government of President Lenin Moreno, with the Yes option obtaining an average vote of 67 percent across the seven questions included in the…

Bolivia’s TIPNIS Dispute: How Liberal-Left Alternative Media Becomes a Conveyor Belt for US Regime Change Propaganda

Stansfield Smith As has become a standard operating procedure, an array of Western environmental NGOs, advocates of indigenous rights and liberal-left alternative media cover up the US role in attempts to overturn the anti-imperialist and anti-neoliberal governments of Rafael Correa in Ecuador and Evo Morales in Bolivia. This NACLA article is a recent excellent example…

Correa Announces New Era of Citizens’ Revolution

“From this crisis, we will return to the roots, to the streets, to the people. We will return to those convinced militants,” Correa said. Former Ecuadorean President, Rafael Correa, has warned of a “counterrevolution” brewing within the coalition PAIS Alliance. Speaking at a press conference beside AP’s Executive Secretary Gabriela Rivadeneira and former Minister of…