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The Dangerous Alignment of Forces on the World Chessboard

By Oswaldo Espinoza on April 1, 2021

The center of gravity of the world economy and power has shifted back from the North Atlantic to Asia, the brief, (more…)

Cuban Doctors Show the Best of Humanity during this Terrible Health Crisis

By Maribel Acosta Damas on March 22, 2021

British MP Richard Burgon and British academic Helen Colley are among the 42 UK personalities — including 14 academics and 28 members of the British Parliament — who have made (more…)

Lucrative Vaccine Drama Takes the World by Storm

 By Augusto Márquez on March 15, 2021

Photo: Jakub Porzycki / NurPhoto

A year ago, when the World Health Organization (WHO) inaugurated the pandemic status and death began to ravage European and Asian populations, (more…)

Maduro to the European Union: “Correct this, or We Cannot Have Dialogue of Any Kind”

February 24, 2021

On Wednesday, the President of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, said that his government would have preferred not to expel Isabel Brilhante Pedrosa, the (more…)

Our America: The Big Business of “Energy Transition”

By Geraldina Colotti, on February 21, 2021.

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), 2020 was the second warmest year on Earth, slightly less than 2016, confirming (more…)

COVID-19 Unmasks Capitalism

By Marc Vandepitte on January 30, 2021

In normal times, capitalism can keep up appearances reasonably well. But during crises, the masks invariably (more…)

Cuba is Committed to the First Legally Binding International Agreement For Disarmament that is Now in Effect

By Milagros Pichardo on January 24, 2021

Nuclear test in French Polynesia, 1971. Photo: CTBTO

On January 22, the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) has now become international law. (more…)

La Via Campesina Opposes the Inclusion of Cuba in the U.S. List of State Sponsors of Terrorism

January 15, 2021

We, La Via Campesina – an international peasant movement made up of 182 organizations in 81 countries (more…)

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