Monday, 22 July , 2019

Latin Ameica

Ecuador’s new rules ban Assange from taking visitors and phone calls

10 May 2018 WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has found himself increasingly isolated within the Ecuadorean embassy in the United Kingdom. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been banned...

Brazil: Former President Lula’s Historic Speech In Full

7 April 2018 Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva delivered a rousing speech to thousands of supporters shortly before he was transported to prison. Here it...

Brazilians take over the streets in defense of Lula

Ex-President Lula Defies Deadline to Surrender to Brazil Police 6 April 2018 Brazil's embattled former President Luiz Inacio 'Lula' da Silva has defied a court...

Ousted Brazilian President: US Intervention in Venezuela Could Spark “Civil War”

Former Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff warned Sunday that Washington’s interference in Venezuela is “extremely dangerous” and could provoke an armed conflict. By Lucas Koerner 9 October...

Venezuela – The National Constituent Assembly is in Place – But...

By Peter Koenig 2 August 2017 Venezuela has voted on 30 July for a National Constituent Assembly (ANC – Asamblea Nacional Constituyente) with a resounding...

Standoff in Venezuela

By Steve Ellner & Federico Fuentes – Green Left Weekly May 22nd 2017 When it comes to the current turmoil in Venezuela, the media have...

Venezuela is deep into civil war

By Atilio A. Borón Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News May 23, 2017   Following the script by the experts and strategists of the CIA, specialized in...

Guerre sournoise en Equateur, guerre totale au Venezuela

Maurice LEMOINE   La place prise dans nos médias par les événements en Amérique latine, et notamment au Venezuela ne témoignent pas d’un intérêt soudain pour...

Blood, Sweat and Tears: The Reality of Mining in Brazil

Mining is the activity that causes the greatest amount of death among workers in Brazil, as reported by the Ministry of Labour (MTE). In addition to mutilation, death and serious illness directly caused by work, the main mining states in Brazil —Goias, Minas Gerais and Pará— have became the most dangerous ones.

“Social Movements in the political renewal”

Boaventura de Sousa Santos is a Doctor in Sociology of Law and professor at the University of Coimbra, Portugal. Theoretical and practical analyst of...