Coup Master: Michael Kozak, New US Envoy For Latin America

By Telesur English. -

In par with its belligerent policy towards Latin America, United States President Donald Trump appointed Thursday Michael Kozak as Acting Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Western Hemisphere [...]

Venezuela: US And 11 Latin American Countries Approve Activation Of TIAR

By Marco Teruggi, -

The United States and eleven Latin American countries spoke out in favour of a possible military intervention against the Venezuelan government. They did so through the activation in an assembly [...]

Propaganda Blitz Against Bolivia’s Progressive Government

By Cassandra Howath, -

On 26 August, Novara Media’s website published a vicious and reactionary article titled ‘It’s Not Just Brazil’s Forests That Are Burning, Bolivia Is on Fire Too’ by prominent Extinction Rebellion [...]

Venezuela The Kind Of “Freedom” The Chicago Boys Would Like

By Geraldina Colotti, Resumen Latinoamericano -

After the Sakharov Prize for freedom of expression was awarded by the European Parliament to the Venezuelan Nazis and coup leaders in 2017. And after Michelle Bachelet’s embrace of Lorent Saleh, [...]

What Are Our Tasks And Perspectives To Defend Venezuela?

By Alison Bodine and Ali Yerevani of Fire This Time! , -

President Hugo Chavez said these words at a civic-military parade in Caracas, Venezuela on July 5, 2011, during the 200th anniversary of Venezuela’s Declaration of Independence from Spain. As [...]

The Citgo Conspiracy: Opposition Figures Accuse Guaidó Officials Of ‘Scam’ To Liquidate Venezuela’s Most Prized International Asset

By Anya Parampil, -

On August 13, Juan Guaidó, the president of Venezuela’s legally defunct National Assembly, held a press conference in the streets of Caracas to discuss his nominee for the post of Citgo Petroleum [...]

Colombia: CIA Platform For Aggression Against Venezuela

By Carlos Fazio, Resumen Latinoamericano -

On August 28, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the creation of the Venezuela Affairs Unit (VAU), which will be located in the U.S. Embassy in Bogota, Colombia. This moves leaves no doubt [...]

Ottawa Goes To Havana To Talk Venezuela. Returns Empty-Handed

By Nino Pagliccia, -

Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland has just concluded a working visit to Cuba on August 28 intended to discuss the “crisis in Venezuela” with her Cuban counterpart Bruno [...]

The U.S. Footprint In Bolivia’s Incipient Colour Revolution

By Bruno Sgarzini, -

The burning of the forest immediately gave way to an aggressive campaign in social networks and media against President Evo Morales, attributing the fires to Decree 3973 and Law 741 [...]

Western Regime-Change Operatives Launch Campaign To Blame Bolivia’s Evo Morales For Amazon Fires

By Wyatt Reed, -

With fires set by landowners raging throughout the Amazon for nearly a month, a group of Western-backed information warriors has begun working to redirect outrage from the far-right Brazilian [...]

Foreign Intervention Still Alive: OAS Council Approves Human Rights Resolution On Venezuela

With 21 votes in favor, the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) approved on Wednesday a resolution on the situation of human rights in Venezuela. The resolution calls [...]

Lula Tells The World He’s “Back In The Game” From Jail.

By Pepe Escobar, -

In a wide-ranging, two-hour, world exclusive interview out of a prison room at the Federal Police building in Curitiba, southern Brazil, former president Luis Inacio Lula da Silva not only made [...]

What’s Next In Venezuela After The Recent Events?

By Staff, -

Last week left some clues as to what we should expect in Venezuela regarding its political scenario for the coming months. Let’s make a review and try to connect some dots. Fact 1: The [...]

Nicaragua’s Sandinista Revolution Is Still Thriving, After 40 Years

By Max Blumenthal, -

MAX BLUMENTHAL: We’re here in Managua’s Plaza Central, where you can see behind me hundreds of thousands of people gathered to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Sandinista Front’s victory [...]

The Rise And Fall Of Nicaragua’s ‘Human Rights’ Organizations

By John Perry, -

When political conflict results in people being killed – especially at the hands of a government – the deaths are not just personal tragedies, they are propaganda material. This happened during [...]