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Bienvenidos PROSUR: a Return to Fascist Oligarchies in South America
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Bienvenidos PROSUR: a Return to Fascist Oligarchies in South America
April 4, 2019

Trump and his team of neocons will now concentrate their efforts on overthrowing Maduro and subjecting his last remaining allies to regime change operations, Wayne Madsen writes.

Don’t Spy for Me Argentina
March 20, 2019

The fingerprints of Abrams, Bolton, Pompeo, and Senate Foreign Relations Western Hemisphere Subcommittee chair Marco Rubio are all over the “Extortiongate” scandal now rocking Argentina.

Don’t Spy for Me Argentina
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Argentina Is Suddenly on the Verge of ANOTHER Economic Collapse
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Argentina Is Suddenly on the Verge of ANOTHER Economic Collapse
May 25, 2018

The people in Argentina right now are discovering that their money is buying less and the products are costing more. Soon, it will be a matter of availability. It’s really too late to prep when you reach this point. All you can do is hope to hang on.

Russia, Latin America: Promising Prospects for Military Cooperation
December 8, 2017

Latin America accounted for only 4.6 percent of Russian arms sales to other countries in the period of 2000-2016, with Venezuela and Nicaragua being the biggest buyers. Russia is making strides to expand its share of arms sales in Latin American arms market.

Russia, Latin America: Promising Prospects for Military Cooperation
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Central Banks: The Untouchables
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Central Banks: The Untouchables
July 15, 2016

Central banks are key institutions responsible for issuing currency, monitoring private banks and carrying out a country’s monetary policy. In terms of their influence on a country’s economy, central banks may surpass all the economic agencies of an executive branch, including ministries of finance (treasuries). Central banks are not a part of any of the three branches of government (legislative, executive and judicial). Their special status, which makes them independent from the state, is set out in constitutions and special laws…

Brazil’s Golpeachment: The 1 % Solution
April 30, 2016

Brazilian creativity knows no bounds. A popular, viral neologism perfectly defines what is going on in the 7th largest economy in the world: golpeachment – a mix of coup («golpe», in Portuguese) and impeachment, as applied to the current institutional circus farce thoroughly supported by US neocons, the military-industrial complex, and Wall Street financial interests, all «leading from behind» a Brazilian complex of comprador elites, financial, industrial and agri-business lobbies, and mainstream media controlled by four families…

Brazil’s Golpeachment: The 1 % Solution
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The Return of the Coup in Latin America
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The Return of the Coup in Latin America
April 28, 2016

Venezuela and Brazil are the scenes of a new form of coup d’état that would set the continent’s political calendar back to its worst times. Meanwhile, in Argentina, the brutal model for the demolition of democracy is set forward by the continental oligarchic right and the hegemonic forces of US imperialism who wish to impose their model in the region.

The US Media War against the Leaders of Latin America (II)
April 5, 2016

The defeat of the Kirchnerists in the recent presidential elections in Argentina was largely due to the publicity and propaganda advantages held by Mauricio Macri, the leader of the Republican Proposal party. Those advantages were provided by the Clarín media group that dominates public communications in Argentina. Macri was called the «US candidate», and this has proven true since he took office. Barack Obama came to Buenos Aires on an official visit and was full of optimism when he spoke of the upcoming golden era in the US-Argentine relations…

The US Media War against the Leaders of Latin America (II)
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