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South American Shockwaves Bring the New Silk Road Into the Americas as Neo-Liberal Order Crumbles
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South American Shockwaves Bring the New Silk Road Into the Americas as Neo-Liberal Order Crumbles
August 25, 2019

Over the past several years Latin America has become a strategic battleground which involves much more than merely “geopolitical power plays” between the USA vs China as many commentators are asserting.

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.

Bienvenidos PROSUR: a Return to Fascist Oligarchies in South America
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Burning Aid: An Interventionist Deception on Colombia-Venezuela Bridge?
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Burning Aid: An Interventionist Deception on Colombia-Venezuela Bridge?
February 28, 2019

Sen. Marco Rubio and coup leaders claim the Venezuelan National Guard burned US aid trucks on the bridge in Colombia. But all available evidence points in the opposite direction.

Plan Colombia Version 2.0
June 23, 2018

With Duque in power in Bogota, with the extremely pro-Israeli Uribe pulling the puppet strings, Israeli intelligence operations will undoubtedly return to Colombia.

Plan Colombia Version 2.0
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Fallout from Colombia’s New Association with NATO
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Fallout from Colombia’s New Association with NATO
June 7, 2018

NATO has a Western Hemisphere ally with a coastline and ports on the southern reaches of the Pacific Ocean. U.S. machinations may have accounted for Colombia joining NATO, and, if so, with good reason.

NATO Comes to South America: Colombia Becomes Alliance’s Official Partner
May 28, 2018

The military presence that will emerge there will be followed by political meddling in South America’s politics and attempts to bring more South American states into the NATO orbit.

NATO Comes to South America: Colombia Becomes Alliance’s Official Partner
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Derailing Peace Deal in Colombia
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Derailing Peace Deal in Colombia
April 3, 2016

A resurgence of drug-connected right-wing terrorism in Colombia has undercut a historic peace deal between the government and the main leftist rebel group, writes Jonathan Marshall.

Colombia’s Bittersweet Peace Deal
October 20, 2015

Exclusive: After generations of warfare, Colombia finally has a negotiated model for peace, but the agreement is more a settlement between two battered parties than a moment of celebration. Still, it carries a promise of greater social equity and some accountability, reports Andrés Cala.

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