Ernesto Araújo, the worst diplomat in the world
- Andre Pagliarini
Jair Bolsonaro’s chief foreign policy architect is combining rabid nationalist rhetoric with pathetic submissiveness to the United States.
Brazilian Foreign Minister Ernesto Araújo and US Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo speak at ...
Giving a voice to the Venezuelan people
- ROAR Magazine
Venezuelan sociologist and former government minister Reinaldo Iturriza calls on the international left to place itself firmly on the side of Venezuela’s popular struggles.
For almost two months now, Venezuela has been caught in a tense stand-off ...
Brazil’s Amazon: the wealth of the earth generates the poverty of humankind
As the world’s largest tropical forest, the wealthiest area in minerals, and the main biogenetic reserve on the planet, the Amazon is among the most sought-after territories by global capital. As the attack against the Amazon advances under ...
These 108 Mexicans were killed for defending our forests and rivers
- Laura Castellanos
In the last decade, 82 of 125 defenders of land and water victims of homicide or disappearance have been native peoples, mainly Nahuas, Purépechas, Rarámuris, Triquis and Wixárikas.
The portrait of Antonio Esteban Cruz is on ...
Guatemalan military officers jailed for war crimes may get amnesty
- Elisabeth Malkin
MEXICO CITY — Emma Theissen Álvarez says she will never forget the faces of the three men who came to her Guatemala City house that day in 1981 looking for her daughter, a student leader who had escaped from her military ...
The war on Venezuela is built on lies
- John Pilger
The reporter as clown — for whom the truth is too difficult to report —may be the final stage of much of mainstream journalism’s degeneration, writes John Pilger for Consortium News.
Travelling with Hugo Chavez, I soon understood the ...
After the border show, Venezuela between bluff and foreign intervention
- Marco Teruggi
San Antonio, on Venezuela’s border with Colombia-Something looks out of whack with the situation on the Colombian-Venezuelan border on Feb. 24. There is an off-script normality that contrasts with declarations by foreign enemies and those of ...
On D-Day, Feb. 23, the trucks couldn’t enter Venezuela
- Marco Teruggi
The Venezuelan opposition's attempt was frustrated as the border with Colombia remained closed.
Alfred de Zayas, first and only UN Rapporteur on Venezuela: The Venezuelan opposition rejects dialogue, they want power with a coup d'état
- Fabrizio Verde
Interview with Alfred de Zayas, the only UN rapporteur during the Bolivarian revolution.
Sir, you went personally to Venezuela on behalf of the UN last year. What is the situation in the country?
John Bolton openly admits he wants Maduro out, U.S. oil companies in
- Tyler Durden
Embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro might be forgiven for thinking there's a foreign-backed conspiracy against him in repeatedly accusing the US of engineering a "coup" and waging "economic war" against his regime, ...