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Rafael Correa – Hugo Chavez’s Political Successor

...Many in Latin America believe that after Hugo Chavez, Rafael Correa became America’s main target. Correa’s decision to close the US air base at Manta was taken particularly badly by Washington. The agreement on its use expired in 2009, and Correa announced that the contract would not be extended. Washington was asked to open an Ecuadorian base in the US on a reciprocal basis. «That’s not how we do things», replied the US State Department. Ecuador’s response came immediately: «In which case, there will not be a US military base in Ecuador either»... Rafael Correa has no intention of changing his country’s foreign policy, which is geared towards Latin American integration, the development of a multipolar world, and the maintenance of close relations with countries like China and Russia. For these reasons, John Kerry’s visit to Ecuador, which has been rumoured in the media all year, will not take place.

Nil NIKANDROV | 18.12.2014


 

Information Terrorism

Press and TV offer imagination striking reports: buses and cars burning, barricades and people in masks throwing stones and Molotov cocktails at police and snipers taking their aims. This time it’s not Ukraine but fashionable city areas in Venezuela. Western media presented the events as «people’s protests» bringing the Maduro’s regime on the verge of collapse and expediting the restoration of «real democracy»... The coup attempt in Venezuela made independent observers talk about the wave of terrorism launched by information agencies, first of all: Associated Press, United Press, Reuters, France Press and Spanish EFE...

Nil NIKANDROV | 22.03.2014


 

Regime Change: First Ukraine, then Venezuela, then Ecuador, Bolivia, Brazil... China?

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 15.03.2014


 

U.S. Intelligence Planning to Oust the President of Ecuador

Rafael Correa is one of those Latin American presidents which ruling circles in the U.S. consider uncontrollable and thus especially dangerous. To get rid of such politicians, Washington makes use of a wide arsenal of means, from interfering in election processes to physical elimination. After the strange death of Hugo Chavez, who led Latin America's resistance against the Empire, it  is Correa who is increasingly seen as his successor, the leader of the "populist forces" on the continent...

Nil NIKANDROV | 28.12.2013


 

Ecuador and US Fake Peacefulness

...Washington surreptitiously spreads around the idea of the Ecuadorian President being unacceptable. Let it be anyone else but not him! The State Department and special services Correa as a probable political and ideological successor of Venezuelan President Chavez on the continent... Ambassador Namm and his team of provocateurs may be in the midst of events. Domingo Paredes has not called the names of those who are behind the attempted subversive actions aimed at frustration of the elections. But Ecuador is not kind of a puppet on a string. Namm should be ready for unexpected turn of events.  

Nil NIKANDROV | 28.01.2013


 

End to USAID Spying Looms in Latin America

The ejection of USAID from Russia was a long-awaited and welcome development. Moscow has repeatedly warned its US partners via an array of channels of communication that the tendency of USAID to interfere with Russia's domestic affairs was unacceptable and, particularly, that the radicalism of its pet NGOs in the Caucasus would not be tolerated. When, on October 1, the decision made by the Russian leadership takes effect, the Moscow-based USAID staff which has been stubbornly ignoring the signals will have to pack and relocate to other countries facing allegations of authoritarian rule...

Nil NIKANDROV | 26.09.2012


 

Ecuador Shields Assange from the Revengeful Empire

Stockholm has long pledged assistance to Obama's Administration in arranging for Assange to stand trial in the US for having put tens of thousands of US Department of State and Pentagon documents on display in Internet. Assange's legal counsel in the US M. Ratner says a group was set up in Virgina in 2010 under the oversight of the Grand Jury to analyze the materials released by WikiLeaks and to eventually implicate the outlet chief in a conspiracy to communicate defense-related information to unauthorized recipients. The code of the case – the sinister 10/3/793 – stands for conspiracy and espionage, which may entail death penalty...

Nil NIKANDROV | 29.08.2012


 

The British Siege of the Ecuadorian Embassy: London is Following What the US has Already Done

... In regard to British threats to storm the Ecuadorian Embassy to the United Kingdom in London, the focus should not be Julian Assange, the controversial founder of WikiLeaks. The real focus of the British government’s threats should be on something much bigger and more important than one man. The real issue at hand is the total disregard for international law that has clearly emerged in the world after the collapse of the Soviet Union at the end of the Cold War...  No country has the right to impose its domestic laws on other countries. This is a flagrant violation of the sovereignty of other countries. It an act of arrogance that implies that the rest of the world is part of a single country’s realm. In short this is how an empire acts. This behaviour, however, is also a sign of desperation as the American Empire tries exerting itself with greater force to hide the fact that it is crumbling. 

Mahdi Darius NAZEMROAYA | 23.08.2012


 

The next neo-con/globalist target: the inviolability of embassies and diplomatic missions

...The United States and Canada voted «no» on a request by Ecuador to hold an emergency foreign ministers meeting of the Organization of American States (OAS) on Britain’s threat to the London embassy. But an overwhelming number of Latin American and Caribbean nations voted «yes». The «Five Eyes» are increasingly worried that they will be poked out by a gathering force of nations no longer willing to put up with the Anglo-Saxon chicanery.

Wayne MADSEN | 20.08.2012


 

Condoms for British Justice

...Assange's articulated doctrine being that a journalist relying on Internet as the platform has no obligations to any particular country, he had the absolute right to supply to the public every bit of information at his disposal. The US concept of what is and what is not legal is of course nowhere nearly as broad, and in the context condoms are of no help.

Dmitriy SEDOV | 19.08.2012




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Ending the Cold War on Cuba? From the Freezer to the Chiller

As US President Barack Obama announced his surprise «historic» bid to normalise relations with Cuba this week, the New York Times swooned with glowing news. ‘US to Restore Full Relations With Cuba, Erasing a Last Trace of Cold War Hostility’ was how its top headline put it. Welcoming the development, the American «newspaper of record» said Obama vowed to «cut loose the shackles of the past» and to «sweep aside one of the last vestiges of the Cold War». But, purple prose aside, the hard detail is that the ongoing illegal American embargo on Cuba will stay in place. Moreover, the move comes as Washington slaps on more sanctions against Russia and unleashes new sanctions on Venezuela...

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