The U.K. stripped the assets of a foreign state and transferred them to political actors engaged in regime change, John McEvoy reports. The result has been a form of collective punishment for people in Venezuela.
Caitlin Johnstone: CNN Snaps Up Congressional Hawk
The network wasted no time in recruiting former Rep. Adam Kinzinger — arguably the most egregious warmonger on Capitol Hill — to its punditry lineup.
Washington’s Version of Venezuela
The U.S. government believes that the only democratic institution in Venezuela is an assembly that has not met in seven years and whose term has expired, writes Vijay Prashad.
Venezuela Condemns US Senate Passage of ‘Bolivar Act’
The Maduro government called the legislation “a violation of economic freedoms and a serious offense to the Venezuelan people.”
The Last Thing Haiti Needs Is Another Military Intervention
Waves of invasions have prevented the country from securing its sovereignty and have prevented its people from building dignified lives, writes Vijay Prashad.
The Failure of Sanctions
Humberto Márquez says a visible demonstration of sanctions’ ineffectiveness are the imported products sold in hundreds of stores in Caracas and other cities and towns in Venezuela.
John Bolton Touts Experience as Coups D’État Planner
Social media was abuzz after the longtime Republican official’s exchange Tuesday with CNN host Jake Tapper.
The Lethality of the Global Monroe Doctrine
From its attacks on Global South countries to its willingness to go to war with a great power such as Russia, the U.S. is increasingly employing military force to compensate for its economic decline, writes Vijay Prashad.
US Risks Sinking Americas’ Summit
Biden should invite all the heads of state in the region to the Americas’ Summit to foster better dialogue and a brighter future for the hemisphere, writes Medea Benjamin.
Mexico Rebukes Biden on Invite List to Americas Summit
Speaking from Havana on Sunday, López Obrador also vowed to continue pushing the U.S. to lift its 60-year embargo on Cuba.