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Taking Argentina’s Collective Memory to International Recognition
World
Taking Argentina’s Collective Memory to International Recognition
October 3, 2021

What the U.S. perpetrated in Argentina is in some ways a continuation of what U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger instigated in Chile.

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

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.

The United States’ Extensive Knowledge of the 1976 Planned Military Coup in Argentina
History
Who Is Fighting the Tides of Democracy in Latin America?
World
Who Is Fighting the Tides of Democracy in Latin America?
March 2, 2021

What nation and forces are interfering in the domestic affairs, electoral processes and democratic freedoms of Latin America? It is not Russia or China, Martin Sieff writes.

Declassified Documents Are Only One Part of U.S. Accountability in Latin America
January 11, 2021

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.

Declassified Documents Are Only One Part of U.S. Accountability in Latin America
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Diego Maradona Scored Politics in Sports… That’s Why He Was So Loved
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Diego Maradona Scored Politics in Sports… That’s Why He Was So Loved
November 27, 2020

Maradona was fearless in keeping politics in the game through his courageous solidarity with victims of oppression. He never flinched from using his exquisite skills for the cause of justice and peace.

South America: The Escazu Agreement Requires a Change in Regional Politics
October 10, 2020

Access to information on environmental matters, which is part of the Escazu Agreement, is anathema for governments relying upon the exploitation of land and corruption.

South America: The Escazu Agreement Requires a Change in Regional Politics
World
Switzerland at the Heart of a Far-Reaching Surveillance Network Facilitating the U.S.-Backed Operation Condor
World
Switzerland at the Heart of a Far-Reaching Surveillance Network Facilitating the U.S.-Backed Operation Condor
February 24, 2020

Revelations regarding Crypto AG will likely add to the level of U.S. complicity in Operation Condor, apart from other forms of political violence globally which were aided by the CIA.

The IMF and Argentina: Same Dance, Same Results
November 5, 2019

The IMF may be reluctant to dictate domestic policy. Yet, as Rogoff explains, the IMF does not give out (free) grants, but loans.

The IMF and Argentina: Same Dance, Same Results
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