Recent developments touch on Latin American sovereignty, the narrative pivot on calling Ukraine a proxy war and U.S. investment in the reckless nuclear standoff.
Tag: Ben Norton
NYT Smears Journalist, Calls 2014 Ukraine Coup ‘Conspiracy Theory’
It is an uncontroversial matter of public record that the U.S. government sponsored the 2014 coup in Ukraine, writes Ben Norton.
Atlantic Council Praised Ukraine’s Nazi Azov Battalion
The Atlantic Council report was little more than a press release for Azov, written by a reporter who embedded inside the neo-Nazi militia, reports Ben Norton.
China & Russia Throw Down Gauntlet
Benjamin Norton reports on the meeting in Beijing between China’s Xi and Russia’s Putin designed to deepen the integration of the two Eurasian superpowers.
Pro-Sandinista Social Media Accounts Blocked Days Ahead of Nicaraguan Elections
Silicon Valley’s crackdown was part and parcel of the U.S. government’s political assault on the country, writes Ben Norton.
NATO’s Plans to Hack Your Brain
NATO is spinning out an entirely new kind of combat it has branded cognitive warfare, Ben Norton reports.
Ecuador’s Pseudo-Left Candidate Echoes Call for Military Takeover, Nullifying Election, Prosecuting Top Contender
Given Yaku Pérez’s backing of coups in neighboring countries, it should come as no surprise that he is calling for the same in his own democracy, writes Ben Norton.
Biden’s ‘Plan’ for Central America
The plan, which is praised by right-wing regional leaders, seeks to end restrictions on foreign domination of industries and markets, Ben Norton reports.
Biden Official Blasts US-Style Law in Nicaragua
Ben Norton reports on the State Department’s ire at “foreign agent” legislation that made a U.S.-funded, right-wing foundation decide to close.
Twitter’s Latin America Coordinator Exposed as Right-Wing Operative
Ben Norton reports on a wave of social-media censorship in Mexico that has targeted left-wing users.