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Social Movements of ALBA : International Solidarity as a Priority to Confront the Empire

By Carlos Aznárez on November 12, 2017

Photo: Resumen Latinoamericano

With the presence of 15 countries of the Latin American and Caribbean continent, the Political Coordination of Social Movements of ALBA met in Panama with the objective of making a balance of the struggle carried on by the peoples during 2017 (more…)

Defending RT against McCarthyite Attack

By Margaret Kimberley on November 15, 2017

The Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA) was established in 1938 as a means of fighting Nazi influence in the United States. The Russian funded cable network RT was recently forced to register under FARA in order to continue operating in the United States. (more…)

An Upstart Saudi Prince Threw a Tantrum Felt around the World

By Vijay Prashad on November 15, 2017

What ails the royal court of Saudi Arabia? The Crown Prince—Mohammed Bin Salman—has arrested 11 rich and powerful princes and about 200 businessmen. These men of great wealth and might are being held in the Ritz Carlton hotel in Riyadh. (more…)

US Calls Venezuela Global Threat at UN as EU Approves Arms Embargo

By Lucas Koerner on November 15, 2017

Almagro and Haley at UN

The US chaired an informal meeting at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Monday to discuss the situation in Venezuela despite a boycott from leading members such as China and Russia. (more…)

‘We Lost a Great Leader’: Berta Cáceres still Inspires as Murder Case Takes Fresh Twist

By Liz Ford on November 17, 2017

Photo: Orlando Sierra

María Santos Domínguez heard about the death of her good friend Berta Cáceres on the radio. She had just given birth to her youngest daughter, so she wasn’t with Cáceres the week she was murdered. (more…)

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