SOUTH AMERICA

The Mexico Dialogue on Venezuela and the End of the Lima Group

Escrito por  |  16 / September / 2021

The conversations in Mexico between the opposition Unitary Plataform of Venezuela and the Maduro government, with the intermediation of Norway, represent the failure of the US interventionist strategy and the end of the Lima Group.

A Trarilongko Mapuche in Cuba

Escrito por  |  23 / July / 2021

My ñuke, mother, taught us to bring out the best in ourselves in our fight against hunger: creativity, imagination, solidarity and persistence. These attributes I found in the Cuban people.

The triumph of Pedro Castillo and the boycott against his presidency

Escrito por  |  29 / June / 2021

Fujimori and her lawyers know they have lost the elections. What they are trying to do is to delay the process to generate chaos, uncertainty and terrorize the people.

Necropolitics in the Amazon threatens Indigenous peoples and ecosystems

Escrito por  |  14 / June / 2021

During these pandemic times, everything seems to indicate that the socio-environmental crisis is getting worse in Latin America, especially in the Amazon.

Colombia, Between Extermination and Emancipation

Escrito por  |  8 / June / 2021

his phase of resistance began with a shout of protest against a new policy that would levy taxes on basic products and services, raising the cost of living in a country where unemployment, poverty and inequality are at  unprecedented levels. It has now become a struggle between extermination and emancipation. 

Chile: the end of Neoliberalism and the start of a new chapter in its history

Escrito por  |  1 / June / 2021

The May 15th and 16th elections in Chile, which encompassed concurrently the vote for the 155 delegates to the Constituent Assembly as well as the vote for municipal officials and regional governors, has exposed the dismal failure of the government and rightwing parties while sanctioning the triumph of the independent candidates.

The main obstacle in the fight against Covid-19? Inequality.

Escrito por  |  19 / April / 2021

The situation in Latin America is serious. Only enough doses are available to vaccinate 5% of the population during a period of high infection rates and a rising death toll that have forced many countries in the region to reimpose confinement orders in the face of a collapse of its hospital services capabilities.