Posts Tagged: latin america

Cuba only country with sustainable development

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Cuba is the only country in the world today that meets the criteria for sustainable development, according to a report from the World Wildlife Federat...

Oaxaca’s cause is the cause of all

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The Mexican chapter of In Defense of Humanity released the following communique on Nov. 1. It appears in English and Spanish below. Translation by the...

Cuba and the internet

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The writer is the coordinator of the mass communication program at Cuba's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Center and full professor at the Univers...

Mexican federal police attack people’s movement in Oaxaca

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In a further escalation of repression against the people’s movement in Oaxaca, led by the Popular Assembly of the People of Oaxaca (APPO), Mexic...

Ruling class instability, working-class struggle in Mexico

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This article appears in the November 2006 issue of Socialism and Liberation magazine. The rumblings of class warfare in Mexico are loud and growing. M...

Nationwide actions to defend the people of Oaxaca

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The ANSWER Coalition (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) issued this national call to action on Oct. 29. The Party for Socialism and Liberation is a ...

Oaxaca: ‘A form of struggle like the Paris Commune’

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Dr. Gilberto López y Rivas is a professor of ethnology and social anthropology at the National Institute of Anthropology and History in Mexico ...

Show trial of FARC-EP spokesperson Palmera begins in U.S. court

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On Oct. 10, the trial of Simon Trinidad, also known as Ricardo Palmera, began in federal court in Washington, D.C. Palmera, lead negotiator for the Re...

FARC-EP gives conditions for negotiations in Colombia

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On Oct.2, 2006, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army (FARC-EP), the largest guerrilla army in the Western Hemisphere, sent a...

Chávez runs for reelection amid U.S. backed plots and threats

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With Venezuela’s Dec. 3 presidential elections approaching, progressive and revolutionary forces are mobilizing across the South American countr...