The extraordinary thing about Trump is the fact that, despite having been created in the innards of capitalism, he should seem so unable to represent it.
To proclaim themselves exceptional and indispensable is not enough. So, how can they remain paramount despite all of the signs to the contrary?
Left-wing liberals aren’t blind, nor are any American liberals. They are partisan. They are susceptible to being bribed with financial capital.
The world is in motion. It no longer matters what Trump will say, nor what he will do with regards to anti-Russia sanctions.
An ideology that proclaimed itself as “the end of history,” and, with greater restraint, as “the American century”—yet it barely lasted 30 years.
After putting as good of a face as it could during the time it was isolated from Latin America, now the United States returns to having preferential partners of its policies, especially in Argentina and Brazil (despite that in this case, it had been through a coup). And what is it that the United States has to propose to the continent?
Donald Trump’s success is based on the peculiar American understanding of the state.
Key to understanding the three measures is that they dismantle great oligarchical interests that are deeply entrenched within the nation.
The Sao Paolo Forum, which groups leftists, progressives and anti-neoliberals in Latin America and the Caribbean, is celebrating its 20th meeting in Bolivia this week. Perhaps the most important meeting to date, it comes at a time marked by important advances of the major powers in the region and the persistent efforts [Read more]