Wednesday, 28 September , 2022

Mexico

Gary Cohn Said He Will Resign as Trump’s Top Economic Adviser

By KATE KELLY and MAGGIE HABERMAN MARCH 6, 2018 Gary D. Cohn, President Trump’s top economic adviser, said on Tuesday that he would resign, becoming the...

Lori Wallach and Michael Hudson Debate Trump’s Plan to Impose Steel...

March 6, 2018 Ryan Criticizes Tariff Plan as Trump Issues Nafta Threat By ANA SWANSON MARCH 5, 2018 WASHINGTON — Paul D. Ryan, the Republican House speaker, criticized...

Two-Thirds of Human Rights Defenders Killed in 2017 Were From Latin...

Source: Telesur The Dawn News January 22, 2018 Most of the killings in Latin America took place in Colombia, Brazil, Mexico and Honduras, according to the report. Of...

Latin America: The Pendulum Swings to the Right | by James...

  Introduction Clearly the pendulum has swung to the right in the past few years. Numerous questions arise. What kind of right? How far right? How...

Mexico: Twenty Two Years of Community Police in Guerrero

By: Juan Gastiazoro Source: Notas Periodismo Popular The Dawn News / October 17, 2017 There are people that resist and peoples that denounce. But there are also...

Droits de l’homme : mensonges sur le Venezuela, silence complice pour...

  Luis Alberto Reygada 06 Oct 2017 Ces derniers mois, les projecteurs de nos médias dominants au service de la pensée unique se sont braqués sur un...

The U.S. is Fanning the Flames of Violence in Mexico

by Edward Hunt Over the past several months, drug-related violence in Mexico has been soaring, accelerating an already alarming trend of rising drug-related deaths and...

Trump Says Nafta Pullout Still Possible If Renegotiation Fails

President Donald Trump said Thursday he’s still ready to pull out of the North American Free Trade Agreement if he can’t renegotiate better terms...

Trump, the Mexican Wall and an Incresing Rebellion

By Carlos Aznárez “I am here to tell you, that we will recover our people’s morale and dignity, that in a short time they will not believe...

Cyberwars…

The United States is, by far, the world’s most aggressive nation when it comes to cyberspying and cyberwarfare. The National Security Agency has been eavesdropping on foreign cities, politicians, elections and entire countries since it first turned on its receivers in 1952. Just as other countries, including Russia, attempt to do to the United States. What is new is a country leaking the intercepts back to the public of the target nation through a middleperson.