Ramona Wadi is an independent researcher, freelance journalist, book reviewer and blogger. Her writing covers a range of themes in relation to Palestine, Chile and Latin America.
Transparency should not be limited to an official apology from the U.S. Latin America has not yet come to terms with its recent history, Ramona Wadi writes.
Biden’s choices point towards an acceptance of torture. The extension of impunity is something that each U.S. president covets, almost in parallel with how the CIA operates.
In light of the ongoing violations, the Chilean people’s vote to end the Pinochet constitution will run into considerable pitfalls.
Instead of the UN sustaining refugees, refugees are sustaining UN politics, albeit unwittingly, Ramona Wadi writes.
If Biden opts for drone strikes to allegedly curb terrorism, NATO will have found a willing accomplice for its strategy.
New details are emerging of the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) involvement in Chile against Salvador Allende.
Brazil’s Amazon, and its people, are still threatened by a system that values land according to profit, generating an imbalance that can only be restored by allowing indigenous rule over indigenous terrain.
Under the guise of foreign intervention and the democracy narrative which is used to sell war to the public, impunity for human rights violations is being cultivated.
Regional and international solidarity with Bolivia is imperative in order to isolate U.S. interference and to allow Bolivia to rebuild itself from the deprivation ushered in a single year of U.S.-backed dictatorship rule.
October marks the 44th anniversary since the explosion of a Cubana Airlines flight off the West Coast of Barbados, in which 73 people from Cuba, North Korea and Guyana lost their lives.