Source: NACLA Report on the Americas How a spectacular urban cable car system and a new municipal bus program are revolutionizing mass transit in La Paz and El Alto, with the help of some political […]
Source: The Nation The slick, oily underside of Correa’s “citizens’ revolution.” At the point where the lazy, black-water Cuyabeno runs into the faster currents of the Aguarico, carrying a chill from their Andean source, sandbars […]
Source: NACLA Report on the Americas Any attempt to engineer a U.S.-affiliated movement from above is destined to be revealed for the farce that it is. Between 2006 and 2007, I received numerous visits from […]
Since my election as President of the State Council and Council of Ministers I have reiterated in many occasions our willingness to hold a respectful dialogue with the United States on the basis of sovereign […]
Source: Al Jazeera America Obama should follow his example on Cuba and engage with, not punish, Venezuela On Wednesday, President Barack Obama announced a prisoner swap with Cuba, plans to normalize diplomatic relations and an […]
The demand for climate justice has created a broad umbrella, a true movement of movements, in which those on the front-lines of the climate crisis are connecting their struggles, sharing strategies, naming their common enemies, and building solutions from the bottom-up.
The past November 26th the people of the Argentinean province of Chubut, in Patagonia, were witnesses to yet another example of the limits of democracy when it comes to affecting the interests of transnational corporations. […]