British involvement in the South American country’s counter-insurgency conflict thus began long before it became publicly known, writes John McEvoy.
COVID-19: Venezuela Says COVAX Payments Blocked
The country’s vice president says access to the program is being disrupted and calls it a crime.
Legacy of Paris Commune, Ended 150 Years Ago Today
What united the Paris Commune with rebellions across France and others around the world was the claim that silk workers and cutlery workers, bakers and weavers, could govern society without the bourgeoisie.
Biden Persists with Failed Venezuela Policy
Ramzy Baroud says it behooves Washington to engage Caracas in civil political conversations, away from threats and sanctions, for two main reasons.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Talk of Another Pink Tide
Expect an orgy of U.S. subterfuge. If there’s one thing Washington cannot abide more than a working social democracy, it’s a working social democracy in Latin America.
Kevin Zeese: Irreplaceable
There is no doubt that if thousands follow his lead we will have a world transformed, writes David Swanson. Kevin Zeese died suddenly early Sunday morning at 64.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Huawei, Tik Tok, WeChat & Other Handy Targets
Washington is now committed to preventing any non–Western nations that do not conform to the neoliberal order from rising in any field wherein they threaten to best U.S. companies.
What is Next for Washington After Its Failed Venezuela Strategy?
It’s come out in the open now in Washington that the Trump administration’s Venezuela policy is an embarrassing failure but will the next administration wise up, or double down?, asks Steve Ellner.
COVID-19: Why Laos, Vietnam & China Have Beaten the Virus and India, Brazil and the US Have Not
Vijay Prashad explores the differences between the pandemic responses of a few countries with socialist governments and others in the capitalist order.
UPRISING: 10 Reasons Why Defunding Police Should Lead to Defunding War
If we find indiscriminate state violence in our streets appalling, we should feel similarly about state violence abroad, write Medea Benjamin and Zoltán Grossman.