Public funding for the anti-Castro industry in the United States seems inexhaustible, writes Rosa Miriam Elizalde.
Tag: regime change
SCOTT RITTER: Powell & Iraq—Regime Change, Not Disarmament: The Fundamental Lie
Regime change, not disarmament, was always the driving factor behind U.S. policy towards Saddam Hussein. Powell knew this because he helped craft the original policy.
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.
Ending Regime Change — in Bolivia & the World
Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies address the illegal and destructive uses of U.S. military, diplomatic and financial coercion since Sept. 11.
Biden’s Vision for Venezuela Indistinguishable from Trump’s
It’s about Florida and the 2020 election, writes Leonardo Flores.
Trump’s Second Thoughts on Juan Guaido are Not Enough
After the president’s change of heart on Venezuela, and the waning of Juan Guaidó and his party, the entire Washington political establishment have a lot of explaining to do, says Steve Ellner.
US House Rams Through Nicaragua Regime-Change Bill with Zero Opposition
Ben Norton reports on the passage of a bipartisan bill that further intensifies the U.S. attack on the Ortega government and received no coverage in the English-language corporate media.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Moscow’s Difficult Decision on Idlib
Turkey’s leader, who nurses dreams of some kind of neo–Ottoman restoration across the Middle East, is now on a reckless tear.
‘I Will Hold You in My Arms a Day After the War’
Vijay Prashad reflects on neoliberal orthodoxy, the latest meeting of tired decision makers in Davos and a hybrid war in Latin America that is creating the conditions for chaos.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: ‘As the Clever Hopes Expire’: A Look Back at the Ending Decade
A monumentally destructive U.S. decade — symptomatic of imperial decline — exposed a shamefully pliant press. But we have at least one reason to resist incurable pessimism.