The United States and the Handling of the Immigration Issue

By José Ramón Cabañas Rodríguez on January 20, 2023 from Havana

The total number of undocumented migrants from Cuba is once again in the news. Once again this issue is related to the occurrence of an economic crisis in the country and the disrespect to the migration agreements signed between Cuba and the United States. In U.S. public opinion, the treatment of Cubans is perceived as a singularity that can be questioned. (more…)

Peru: Demonstrators Arrive in Lima to Demand Justice and Democracy

By Alejandra Garcia on January 19, 2023

17 dead in Juliaca

Today protestors against Peru’s unelected president, Dina Boluarte, began flooding into Lima after a month and a half of social unrest that has left more than 50 dead, mainly at the hands of police forces. The demonstrators, mostly farmers from the south of the country, spent the night on some university campuses and intend to march to the center of the capital  while the state agents are trying to encircle their perimeter. (more…)

Nicaragua is World’s #1 Country Where Citizens Feel at Peace, Gallup Poll Shows

By Ben Norton on January 10, 2023

Nicaraguans enjoy the weekend at the mirador de Catarina in Masaya, photo: Ben Norton

A poll by mainstream firm Gallup found that Nicaragua is the No. 1 country in the world where citizens feel at peace. Nine of the top 14 countries are in Latin America. But the US constantly attacks the Sandinista government and imposes sanctions on it. (more…)

The US Agenda for the Gradual Destruction of Dialogue in Venezuela

January 18, 2023

Members of the opposition Unitary Platform meeting with James Story and his team. Photo: @WHAAsstSecty

Various statements leaked over the past few days suggest that the specific commitments reached in the second partial agreement signed by the Venezuelan Government and the Unitary Platform at the National Dialogue and Negotiation Table (MDN) in Mexico in November 2022 are being indirectly boycotted by the United States. (more…)

From FTAA to CELAC; U.S. Interference Does not Stop

By Katu Arkonada on January 18, 2023

On January 24, the VII Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) will be held in Buenos Aires, a meeting which will be attended by around 15 presidents of the region, among them Lula da Silva, and which will be presided over by the host Alberto Fernandez. (more…)

Peru:  Despite Obstruction, Caravans heading to Lima Fill Highways Demanding the Departure of Dina Boluarte

By Juan Contreras Jara on January 17, 2023

photo: La Razon

The constant violation of Human Rights does not stop in Peru. In addition to the 50 demonstrators killed so far by the repression of the de facto government of Dina Boluarte, today there are multiple attempts by the police to obstruct the free right of assembly and social protest of those who are heading to Lima to repudiate the state violence, (more…)

The Poor are Bearing the Brunt of California’s Storms

By Natalia Marques on January 14, 2023

photo: Bill Hackwell

As the West Coast of the US faces torrential rains and harsh wind, California’s 172,000 homeless people face two storms: natural disaster and state indifference. (more…)

Cuban Foreign Minister Criticizes the Inequality in the World

January 17, 2023

photo: Bill Hackwell

Today through his Twitter account, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez criticized the vast separation of wealth that exists in the world. (more…)

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