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At Last, a Small Ray of Hope for Bolivia
World
At Last, a Small Ray of Hope for Bolivia
October 21, 2020

To no one’s real surprise, Bolivia’s deposed President Evo Morales was resoundingly vindicated in last Sunday’s election.

Bolivia Shows Why Imperialists Work To Keep Populations Propagandized
October 20, 2020

Bolivia has reversed the US-backed coup which saw its leftist president Evo Morales ousted from the lithium-rich nation after a landslide victory last year. Another landslide victory for a previous member of Morales’ cabinet named Luis Arce has restored power to the Movement Toward Socialism (MAS) party after a year of rule by the coup regime.

Bolivia Shows Why Imperialists Work To Keep Populations Propagandized
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South America: The Escazu Agreement Requires a Change in Regional Politics
World
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.

Trump’s Caudillismo Support Among Wealthy Latin American Expatriates
September 17, 2020

Many of the poorer immigrants to the United States from Latin America fled dictators in their native countries and the last thing they want is to see Trump proclaiming himself as president-for-life.

Trump’s Caudillismo Support Among Wealthy Latin American Expatriates
World
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Allende’s Political Program as Reference for a Sustainable Chile
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Allende’s Political Program as Reference for a Sustainable Chile
September 15, 2020

For Chile, September marks a month of losses. It is also, however, a reminder of a remaining option, and one that has not yet been realised to its full potential.

Forced Disappearances and International Complicity in Preventing Accountability
September 5, 2020

The UN is complicit in enabling forced disappearances through its tacit approval of human rights violations, Ramona Wadi writes.

Forced Disappearances and International Complicity in Preventing Accountability
World
Weaving Impunity for Dictatorship Crimes in Chile
Society
Weaving Impunity for Dictatorship Crimes in Chile
July 25, 2020

Chile is governed by silence and complicity – the Pinochet legacy, together with the military’s “pact of silence” – remain perpetual obstacles.

Unlikability: a Trait That Plagues Right-Wing Leaders
July 12, 2020

Achieving popularity requires empathy and rationality, elements that politicians of the right-wing, many of whom believe they are “populists,” lack.

Unlikability: a Trait That Plagues Right-Wing Leaders
World
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