The region does not want a new cold war, writes Marco Fernandes. The demand for alignment comes only from the West, not from China or Russia.
Tag: U.S. coups
US Reaping What It Sowed in Ukraine
Unanswered questions about Biden’s role in the 2014 coup in Kiev have become more urgent and troubling, write Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies.
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.
Brazil’s Ex-President on Venezuela: Maduro is Democratic, Guaidó Should Be in Prison, US Blockade Kills Civilians
Ben Norton reports on comments by Lula da Silva that have been ignored by English-language media.
Trump Admin’s Bounty on Venezuelan President Triggers Explosive Confession of Violent Plot
UPDATED: Washington’s indictment of Maduro and members of his inner circle has backfired and could lead to the arrest of coup leader Juan Guaidó, reports Leonardo Flores.
‘Tired of Holding Other Worlds in My Fist’
In the aftermath of the coup against Evo Morales, Vijay Prashad sizes up U.S.-driven “democracy protection” in Bolivia, where elections are set for May 3.
Latest Episode in Juan Guaidó’s Venezuela Regime-Change Reality Show
Leonardo Flores reports on a farcical scene that was just the latest chapter in an absurdly bungled coup attempt.
Operation Condor 2.0: After Bolivia Coup, Trump Dubs Nicaragua ‘National Security Threat’ & Targets Mexico
Left-wing forces in Latin America are warning of a revival of a Cold War era campaign by the U.S. of violent subterfuge and support for right-wing dictatorships across the region, Ben Norton reports.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Now the Interim of US Self-Deception Over Bolivia
To read the mainstream press on what just happened to Evo Morales is to enter a hall of mirrors.
Bolivia Does Not Exist
The tactics used to fight against decolonization are what we call a “hybrid war,” writes Vijay Prashad. As the generals do the dirty work, the aims of international capital are eventually met.