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Anti-Coup Rebellion In Eastern Ukraine Completes 10 Years

by Dmitri Kovalevich, published on Popular Resistance, May 8, 2024 As Russian Forces Continue Advancing In Donetsk. April 2014 was a pivotal month for the people of the Donbass region in what was then still part of Ukraine. It was then that the governing regime was newly installed in Kiev by a coup d’état on February 20/21embarked on military hostilities[…]

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Last Words to the Nation: Salvador Allende, 1973

The Black Agenda Review, published on Black Agenda Report, September 13, 2023 Henry Kissinger is 99 years old and alive. Salvadore Allende never had the opportunity to live that long. The democratically-elected socialist president of Chile, Allende was toppled in a US/CIA-sponsored coup d’etat on September 11, 1973. A Marxist and member of Chile’s Socialist Party, Allende came to power[…]

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People Of Niger Want To Shatter Resignation

By Vijay Prashad, Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research, August 25, 2023 In 1958, the poet and trade union leader Abdoulaye Mamani of Zinder (Niger) won an election in his home region against Hamani Diori, one of the founders of the Nigerien Progressive Party. This election result posed a problem for French colonial authorities, who wanted Diori to lead the new[…]

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Niger is the Fourth Country in the Sahel to Experience an Anti-Western Coup

by Vijay Prashad and Kambali Musavuli, produced by Globetrotter, August 1, 2023 At 3 a.m. on July 26, 2023, the presidential guard detained President Mohamed Bazoum in Niamey, the capital of Niger. Troops, led by Brigadier General Abdourahmane Tchiani closed the country’s borders and declared a curfew. The coup d’état was immediately condemned by the Economic Community of West African[…]

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Black People to Attack Revolutionary Governments

Nicaragua’s Troubles: A View From the Caribbean Coast Mike Phipps reviews: To Defend the Sunrise: Black Women’s Activism and the Authoritarian Turn in Nicaragua, by Courtney Desiree Morris, Published by Rutgers University Press by Margaret Kimberley,  published on Black Agenda Report, April 12, 2023 The question of how Black people fare in a particular country can be a legitimate issue[…]

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Protests Spread in Peru Demanding President Pedro Castillo be Reinstated

by Abayome Azikiwe, published on Global Research, December 14, 2022 Unrest continued in the South American state of Peru after the December 7 impeachment of socialist President Pedro Castillo. The ousted leader remained in detention after an entire week of demonstrations and clashes between supporters and opponents of the former teacher and union leader who was just elected in a[…]

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Haiti and the Debt of Independence

by Yves Engler, published on Countercurrents, September 4, 2022 In the vast history of imperialist exploitation few episodes match the depravity of Haiti’s debt of independence. Military blackmail of a small country by a superpower, prioritizing “property rights” over human rights, racial capitalism, a sellout “light skinned” local bourgeoise and the way our past haunts the present are all part[…]

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Bolivia: Evo Morales Warns of Right-Wing Maneuvers

Translated by Walter Lippmann for CubaNews and edited by Workers World, August 13, 2021 Former president Evo Morales, leader of the Movimiento al Socialismo (MAS) party, denounced, this Aug. 4, the Bolivian political right for promoting destabilizing maneuvers disguised as political activism. “Once again, the coup plotters announce antidemocratic mobilizations against the legitimate, legal and constitutional government of our brother[…]

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