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.
While Bolsonaro may have recently stirred a rift between the government and the military, any divergences or differences of opinion or strategy between both entities will still veer toward the right-wing ideology.
Despite the centrality of indigenous peoples to sustainable environments, governments and corporations are doing the utmost to ensure indigenous erasure.
Making democracy synonymous with the U.S. is a dictatorial stranglehold over the world, and one that offers no avenues for accountability.
If human rights were really a concern for those opposing Anez’s arrest, the same critics would have intervened on an equal level over the violence unleashed in the aftermath of the coup.
How will Biden determine what and who is good for Cuba, and why not leave the decision to the Cuban government and the people?
The inability of capitalist countries to provide equal access to healthcare is being challenged by Cuba – under blockade, boasting one of the best and most accessible healthcare systems.
With a new constitution, Chilean state actors should be held accountable to the people’s demands for democratic changes in the country, otherwise Chile’s long-standing democratic tradition risks being lost to the dynamics of state violence.
It is time to unify and take a collective diplomatic route to calling out the U.S. illegalities against Cuba, Ramona Wadi writes.
The symbolic “Australia Day” celebrations should be juxtaposed against the normalised violations occurring against indigenous populations and their terrain, Ramona Wadi writes.
The Capitol riots are a result of Trump’s encouraging violence as legitimate protest, similarly to how NATO’s narrative undermines democracy through foreign intervention.