The Arab League Summit was Business as Usual

The Arab League has just concluded its thirtieth summit in Tunis, the capital of Tunisia, where leaders of Arab countries

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How Ecuador’s President Gave Up Assange

Lenin Moreno was desperate to ingratiate his government with Washington and distract the public from his mounting scandals, writes the

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Guaido Loses the Battle for “Humanitarian Intervention”

On February 24, the front pages of the world’s newspapers echoed with (news of ) the burning of the “humanitarian

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Cuban Five Hero Declares his Solidarity with Julian Assange

By Yimel Diaz There is precedence when the media has stepped up and revealed secrets publicly that altered the course

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Duqu 2.0, Lead Actor on Electric Cyber-attacks Against Venezuela

By Alfredo Hurtado CYBERWAR AGAINST IRAN In 2010, a computer attack succeeded in delaying Iran’s peaceful nuclear program for two

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Why Juan Guaidó is No Longer News

By Esther Yáñez Illescas 16/Abr/2019.- Juan Guaidó, or rather the “character” Juan Guaidó, has been and continues to be in

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Afro-Mexicans, an Ethnic Group in Oblivion

Afro-Mexicans are a part of the population that was overshadowed by miscegenation and indigenism. We tell you about its importance.

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The Unleashed US Pressure on Maduro

The former director of the CIA gathered support in Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Colombia for the strategy of sanctioning the

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Recognizing Guaidó Did Not Save Jesus “Pollo” Carvajal From His Arrest in Spain

Maybe the last time you heard about “El Pollo” Carvajal was in February of this year when he became the

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The Martyrdom of Julian Assange

Assange and WikiLeaks allowed us to see the inner workings of empire — the most important role of a press

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UN Warns 10 Million More Yemenis Expected to Starve to Death by End of Year

According to the UN, the number of Yemenis in danger of starving to death would rise from the current figure

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The Problem with Apology

When should anti-Zionists apologize to apologists for Israeli war crimes? By Steve Salaita Two Saturdays ago, I was relaxing in

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The Battle for Venezuela

By Pedro Eusse Member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Venezuela, PCV. General

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End of Freedom of Speech in the West: Arrest of Assange, Creator of WikiLeaks

With the arrest of Julian Assange, the iconic creator of WikiLeaks, there is a debate about the end of freedom

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Venezuela Walks from OAS as Body Violates Charter in Support of US-Backed Coup

“You have converted the OAS into an empty shell that has violated its own principles and you’re now proving that

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