Has the Ukraine Conflict Driven U.S. Government Officials Crazy?

by Jeremy Kuzmarov, published on CovertAction Magazine, August 5, 2022 Latest outrage is the FBI’s use of flash-bang grenades and drones to startle 80-year-old leader of Black Nationalist organization who was accused of being a Russian agent—on the grounds that he attended a meeting on self-determination in Moscow seven years ago. FBI also accuses alleged Russian agent of trying to[…]

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Inside Nicaragua’s Sandinista Revolution: 43 Years Resisting Imperialism

by Benjamin Norton, published on Multipolarista, July 22, 2022 Benjamin Norton reports from inside Nicaragua on the 43rd anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution. This mini-documentary explores the FSLN’s emphasis on social programs, popular participation, anti-imperialism, and internationalism. Transcript LYRICS: This is the war that can’t be held back, the ongoing war against the oppressor. What is the symbol? The people[…]

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Imran Khan rewrites Pakistan’s political history

by M.K. Bhadrakumar, published on The Cradle, July 18, 2022 It is an unsavoury proposition always, be it in India or Pakistan, when political power is usurped by fly-by-night operators who engineer defections from a ruling party, and an established government gets overthrown despite its mandate to govern. In India — so far, at least — such shenanigans leading to[…]

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Denunciation of Vladimir Putin’s Essay on History of Russia and Ukraine is Unwarranted

by Roger Annis, published on Covert Action Magazine, June 21, 2022 Far from condemning the national aspirations of Ukrainians, Putin defends them In July 2021, Vladimir Putin published a historical essay on Russia and Ukraine on the website of the President of Russia. The essay is a very informative read, written by someone with a deep knowledge of the subject.[…]

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Are There Veterans For Peace In Colombia?

by   James Patrick Jordan, published on Popular Resistance, June 15, 2022 This article was originally published on the Alliance for Global Justice Website on June 14.  Since then, left leaning candidate Gustavo Petro and Vice Presidential candidate Francia Marquez won the presidential election.  This is a big moment for Colombia, which has been dominated by the U.S. and ruled by[…]

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Maduro’s Success: Principled Resistance to Imperialism Pays Off

by Francisco Dominguez, published on Countercurrents, June 1, 2022 The world has been stunned by a double wonder: Bolivarian Venezuela’s political survival and its miraculous economic recovery: the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean has reported that it expects the Venezuelan economy to grow for the first time since 2014, by 5 per cent, one of the highest[…]

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Why ‘Bolivia Is the Center of the World’ for People’s Movements

by Rogelio Mayta, produced by Globetrotter,  May 14, 2022 Humanity finds itself at a crucial moment. It’s not only war and climate change that threaten life on our planet. Ideologies and some people do too. We know that money and the production of wealth and well-being have created an ever greater and more profound gap between people, neighborhoods, cities and[…]

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Why Nonalignment Is an Urgent Imperative for the Global South

by Nontobeko Hlela, distributed by Globetrotter, May 2, 2022 South Africa and other countries that have abstained from voting against Russia at the United Nations General Assembly in response to the war in Ukraine face intense international criticism. In South Africa, the domestic criticism has been extraordinarily shrill, and often clearly racialized. It is frequently assumed that abstention means that[…]

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Class Warfare and Socialist Resistance: Nicaragua, Cuba, Venezuela as Existential Threats to the US

by Ajamu Baraka, published on Black Agenda Report, November 10, 2021 Why do Nicaragua, Cuba and Venezuela pose such an existential threat to the U.S.? The promise of socialism and their resistance to US class warfare. One of the extreme ironies of the latest attack by the settler-colonial regime of the United States against the national democratic project of Nicaragua[…]

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Columbus Day Toppled in Boston

by K. James, published on Workers World, October 12, 2021 A stunning victory for the people of Boston, and for Indigenous people everywhere! The message is clear: we can replace ‘Columbus’ Day with ‘Indigenous Peoples’ Day  [jb] In a major victory for Indigenous people everywhere, Boston Mayor Kim Janey signed an Executive Order declaring the second Monday in October to[…]

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