The IMF And Class Power In Argentina

By Jason Hirthler, American Herald Tribune -

In the past few weeks in Argentine politics: the administration of Mauricio Macri, the neoliberal handmaiden of global banking elites, was upended in national elections, as the Peronist Alberto [...]

Agony And Death Of Neoliberalism In Latin America

By Atilio Boron, Pagina 12, Translated by Resumen -

During the last few weeks, neoliberalism faced a series of defeats that sped up its agony and are leading to its death amidst large and violent upheavals. After nearly half a century of pillage, [...]

Burn, Neoliberalism, Burn

By Pepe Escobar, Strategic-culture.org   -

Neoliberalism is – literally – burning. And from Ecuador to Chile, South America, once again, is showing the way. Against the vicious, one-size-fits-all IMF austerity prescription, which deploys [...]

Uruguay And The Threat Posed By Neoliberalism

By Hedelberto Lopez Blanch, Rebelion, translation, Resumen Latinoamericano, North America bureau -

As several nations in South America are going through their worst economic-political-institutional crises, Uruguay —which has survived the neoliberal wave in the region— is going to face [...]

Ecuadorians Protest Neo-liberal Austerity And Win

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, Clearing the FOG. -

President Lenin Moreno restored neo-liberalism to Ecuador, accepting a $4.2 billion dollar loan from the US-dominated International Monetary Fund that required measures call 'structural [...]

Ecuador – And The IMF’s Killing Spree

By Peter Koenig, Globalresearch.ca -

The latest victim of this horrifying IMF scheme is Ecuador. For starters, you should know that since January 2000, Ecuador’s economy is 100% dollarized, compliments of the IMF (entirely [...]

Ecuador: Moreno’s Government Sacrifices The Poor To Satisfy The IMF

By Wilma Salgado, Council on Hemispheric Affairs. -

Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno has been cutting government spending since signing an Extended Fund Facility (EFF) agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in February of this year. [...]

Rage Against The War Machine Marches To Call Out War Profiteers

By Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance. -

Washington, DC - On Friday, October 11, 100 anti-war activists took the streets of Washington, DC to visit offices of the War Machine as part of Cindy Sheehan's "Rage Against the War Machine" [...]

Moreno Flees Capital Of Ecuador As Thousands Of Indigenous Enter City

By Staff, Telesurenglish.net -

In his short five-minute televised speech, the Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno informed the seat of government has been moved to Guayaquil. The president then went ahead to accuse, with no [...]

‘The Drone Revolution’: Ecuadorians Revolt Against Repressive US-Backed President Lenin Moreno’s Neoliberal Policies

By Denis Rogatyuk, Thegrayzone.com -

“Se acabó la zanganería” — “The zanganería is over.” With these words, uttered on October 4, Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno proclaimed the end of a 40-year policy of fuel and petrol subsidies, [...]

Ecuador: The Time Of People’s Rebellion

By Carlos Aznarez, Resumen Latinoamericano, translation North America bureau -

It is not quite the same as the uprising that occurred during Venezuela’s Caracazo in 1989 but it is very similar. In that opportunity, then President Carlos Andres Perez, beholden to the demands [...]

U.S. Shows Plan To Impose Its Tutelage On Venezuela

By Aram Aharonian, Pressenza.com. -

The blockade and the new sanctions that freeze all Venezuelan assets in U.S. territory, ordered by the regime of Donald Trump, is nothing more than another act of economic terrorism that seeks, [...]

“Theoretical Lies” Of The World Bank. Developing Countries And The Hidden Agenda Of The “Washington Consensus”

By Eric Toussaint, Globalresearch.ca -

The World Bank claims that, in order to progress, the Developing Countries [1] should rely on external borrowing and attract foreign investments. The main aim of thus running up debt is to buy [...]

“This Is A War Against The Honduran People”

By Zoe PC, Peoplesdispatch.org -

Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernández announced on May 6 that the country had arrived at an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a 311 million dollar loan. He stated that [...]