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.
Proof of Australia’s involvement in Chile depicts the willing complicity in overthrowing a democratically-elected government to be replaced by a brutal dictatorship which tortured, killed and disappeared thousands of Chileans.
The Caravan of Death stands as a forewarning of what was to be unleashed in Chile throughout Pinochet’s rule and its aftermath, Ramona Wadi writes.
Rio Tinto may claim it is “not proud of many parts of our history at Marandoo,” but legislation has so far favoured giant corporations and their exploitation of land, Ramona Wadi writes.
Bolivia’s victims are victims of a U.S.-backed coup, and U.S.-funded political violence should equally share the spotlight now highlighting Anez’s short-lived legacy of human rights violations in Bolivia.
The “deal of the century” may no longer be part of mainstream narratives on Palestine, given the Biden Administration’s façade of favouring the two-state politics over annexation, Ramona Wadi writes.
If the EU truly prized democracy, it would lobby for an end to the illegal blockade and U.S. interference, Ramona Wadi writes.
To perceive refugees as a dissociated part of the wider narrative is a violation in itself, but who will hold the bloc politically accountable for delegating distasteful tasks to the Libyan coastguard?
An intentionally misinformative outreach is what the U.S. government is relying on to justify its punitive measures on Cuba, Ramona Wadi writes.
The assumption that military intervention would fix Cuba only illustrates how the interests of the Miami dissidents are aligned with those of the U.S.