Never before in history has a power so rapidly increased its military control posts around the world.
Yesterday the United Socialist Party of Venezuela gave form to a global campaign demanding the revocation of Barrack Obama's Nobel Peace Prize because they consider him a warmonger, as reported by the Cuban agency Latin American Press.
According to the group composed of more than seven million citizens, the first [Read more]
Straying from its promise to begin a new era of relations within the region, the Obama administration continues to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in support of “subversion” in Cuba and for operations against the progressive countries of Latin America, the official Cuban newspaper Granma said yesterday. [Read more]
“We will still hold the door open, but we also have made it clear that we’ll take actions, as I’ve said time and time again, crippling actions..."
Pressure is mounting on the new president to lift the decades-old, and universally acknowledged, anachronistic embargo.
The transfer of power from President Bush to his Democratic successor Barack Obama marks the end of a political era in the United States, the beginning of which was marked by the tragedy of 9/11, and the end of which is significant as one of the deepest economic crises of modern history.
Between both milestones, a [Read more]
Hundreds of Hillary Clinton supporters manifested today in the American capital to ask that the Florida and Michigan votes, penalized by the Democratic Party for moving up their primaries, be counted.
To the shouts of “count every vote” and “democracy now”, the protesters--many of them women--gathered during [Read more]
This week the United States commemorates the fortieth anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, the champion of civil rights who dreamed of a future in which people would be judged by their character and not for the color of their skin.
“The hopes and dreams of King have not been fully realized but we [Read more]