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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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May 25, 2020
Cuba Is Punished for not Emulating the U.S.

The false designation of Cuba as a state sponsor of terror is also a direct means of incitement against the island, at a time when Cuba is a leading nation in efforts to curb the spread of Covid-19.

May 20, 2020
Cuba: End of Sanctions Is More Important Than Nobel Peace Prize for Its Doctors

Contrary to popular opinion, there is nothing noble about the Prize. The spectrum of winners, from individuals who have truly made a positive difference to the world, to war criminals, indicates dynamics other than altruism at play.

May 11, 2020
Bolsonaro Is Facilitating U.S. Intervention in Latin America

Bolsonaro has facilitated U.S. infiltration in the region and adopted the role of a country that has turned away from the regional unity which fuelled the quest for social change in Latin America.

April 27, 2020
Defeating U.S. imperialism at Playa Girón

The U.S. still relies on subversion to change the course of the Cuban Revolution, just as it did in 1961 – miscalculating the Cuban people’s loyalty.

April 16, 2020
U.S. Coercion Is No Match for Cuba’s Internationalist Solidarity

Cuba is operating from political principles that are proving to be the answer to the ills which Fidel incessantly warned about. The world would do well to remember this.

April 5, 2020
Exploiting the Pandemic to Target Indigenous Communities in Latin America

As coronavirus spreads in Latin America, indigenous peoples find themselves at imminent risk of annihilation should the pandemic break out in their communities.

March 27, 2020
Cuba Leads by Revolutionary Example

When the coronavirus urgency is over, will the international community repay Cuba by standing up against U.S. imperialism until the blockade is completely lifted?

March 18, 2020
Removing References to the Arab Spring Facilitates the International Narrative on Migration and Refugees

The U.S. invasion of the Middle East and North Africa region has generated a perpetual phenomenon of refugees and forcibly displaced people seeking a semblance of normalcy in Europe.

March 10, 2020
Remembering Hugo Chavez’s Legacy

Chavez is not merely history. His political power was derived from the social movements in Venezuela which supported his socialist reforms, Ramona Wadi writes.

March 4, 2020
Disguising Dictatorship in Brazil

Bolsonaro is implementing changes in his cabinet which speak of dictatorship, while supporting endeavours within the public that pledge consent to his ideology and politics.

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