Ramona Wadi

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.

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June 12, 2021
Another Guterres Tenure Means Exploitation of the Palestinian Cause

For Guterres, who will most probably lead the UN for another five years, the two-state compromise remains the only avenue, albeit one that caters for Palestinian loss resulting in Israel’s territorial appropriation, Ramona Wadi writes.

June 5, 2021
Canada’s Colonial Legacy Reflects Global Impunity for Settlercolonialism

Canada’s recent discovery not only alludes to the existence of other mass graves in the country. It also sheds light on the global colonial legacy and how the military empire expanded through exploitation of indigenous lands.

May 30, 2021
Biden Is on the Same Page As Trump in Maintaining an Anti-Cuba Stance

Biden was voted in as an alternative to Trump. How well is that working in terms of U.S. foreign policy?

May 25, 2021
Chile’s New Constitution Spells a Defeat for Neoliberalism and the Right-Wing

Rewriting the constitution provides the opportunity to address the imbalance that has ravaged Chile and created a society where profit has silenced dignity and human rights for decades, Ramona Wadi writes.

May 14, 2021
Legalizing Repatriations to Gloss Over Human Rights Violations

Europe may remain pristine, or so it thinks, but its colonial legacy remains an open wound, Ramona Wadi writes.

May 7, 2021
Without Access to the Sputnik V Vaccine, Brazil Turns to U.S. and EU for Surplus Doses

Vaccine diplomacy is indeed a reality, and one that is severely mismanaged to the benefit of countries that boast allegiances.

May 1, 2021
Broken Environmental Pledges in Brazil

It remains to be seen whether the international community can curb Brazil’s neoliberal profit upon environmental exploitation, Ramona Wadi writes.

April 21, 2021
The United States’ Extensive Knowledge of the 1976 Planned Military Coup in Argentina

While the released documents portray the U.S. as having knowledge of the coup as opposed to intervening overtly or covertly, the aftermath shows U.S. involvement was considerable.

April 11, 2021
‘Pacification’ – the Euphemism for Brazil’s Dictatorship Under Bolsonaro

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.

April 4, 2021
Militarising the Amazon

Despite the centrality of indigenous peoples to sustainable environments, governments and corporations are doing the utmost to ensure indigenous erasure.