After a wave of leftist electoral victories in the region, WikiLeaks is working to build political support to urge the U.S. government to drop its charges against the imprisoned publisher, Anish R M reports.
The Irrational War on Drugs
Every once in a while, a voice emanates from the chamber and echoes around the world: Vijay Prashad on Colombian President Petro’s speech at the U.N.
Colombia & Venezuela to Reopen Border
Diplomatic relations between the two nations were broken in February 2019 after Colombia’s former president recognized Juan Guaidó, the self-proclaimed “president,” as Venezuela’s legitimate leader.
Confronting Colombia’s Inequality
Sam Pizzigati wishes the new president luck getting his wealth-tax proposals passed.
Pressure on Biden to Remove Cuba From Terror List
If anything, it is Cuba that has been the victim of international terrorism emanating mainly from the U.S., write Medea Benjamin and Natasha Lycia Ora Bannan.
UK Prepared for Coup in Colombia by Training Military in Psychological Warfare
British involvement in the South American country’s counter-insurgency conflict thus began long before it became publicly known, writes John McEvoy.
‘The Politics of Blood’
The political violence against India’s left that just occurred in Tripura, a state in the north-east, has become a normal facet of democracy in our times, writes Vijay Prashad.
If You Want Peace You Get War; If You Want War You Get Rich
Land in Colombia has been militarized to secure the profits of the elite, writes Vijay Prashad.
Joe Biden Fueled the Latin American Migration Crisis
Colombians and Hondurans tell Max Blumenthal about the damage the U.S. presidential candidate has done to their societies.
Burning Aid: Apparent Deception on Colombia-Venezuela Bridge
Marco Rubio and coup leaders are accusing the Venezuelan National Guard, but Max Blumenthal lines up opposing evidence.