Nicaragua Attacked For Using Same US Policies Against Foreign Meddling

By John Perry, Council on Hemispheric Affairs. -

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo launched another attack on Nicaragua’s Sandinista government last month, accusing President Daniel Ortega of being a “dictator” who is “doubling down on [...]

Canada’s Regime Change Efforts In Nicaragua Rife With Hypocrisy

By Yves Engler. -

A recently leaked USAID document highlights “the breadth and complexity of the US government’s plan to interfere in Nicaragua’s internal affairs up to and after its presidential election in [...]

For Democracy And Transparency In The Plurinational State Of Bolivia

By Progressive International. -

We are witnessing the systematic destruction of democracy at the hands of the de facto government of Jeanine Añez and its allied forces of repression in the streets, on the highways, and the [...]

Belarus’s Options In The Midst Of A Color Revolution

By Roger D. Harris, Popular Resistance. -

A “color revolution” is a media term for a movement based on legitimate grievances only to be co-opted into a regime-change operation backed by the US and confederates. There have been so many – [...]

Bolivians Continue To Block Hundreds Of Roads

By People's Dispatch. -

The national strike and nationwide road blockades, called for by the Bolivian Workers’ Center (COB) against the postponement of general elections, have intensified across Bolivia. The number of [...]

UK Decision On Venezuelan Gold Condemned: ‘It’s Daylight Robbery!’

By Hands Off Venezuela. -

The fact that the UK High Court cites the UK government’s recognition of Juan Guaidó as the reason for blocking access to the gold is farcical. The UK government has formally recognised Guaidó as [...]

A Tale Of Two Protests

By Danny Haiphong, Black Agenda Report. -

The rebellions in Hong Kong and Minneapolis have received vastly different responses from the U.S. ruling class. In Minneapolis, masses of people took to the streets on May 26th to express their [...]

Venezuela: More Mercenaries Arrested

By Jorge Martin, -

A number of mercenaries had been killed and others arrested in La Guaira on 3 May while trying to disembark in Venezuela as part of a plot against the Maduro government. On 4 May, another eight [...]

US And Colombia Drive Drug Trade

By Anya Parampil, The Grayzone. -

Red Lines host Anya Parampil speaks with Pino Arlacchi, the former Executive Director of the United Nations Office for Drug Control and Prevention, about the US decision to charge Venezuelan [...]

Sanctions: Unilateral Coercive Measures For Regime Change In Venezuela

By Nino Pagliccia, -

In discussing the issue of “sanctions” there are two main points that need to be made. One is the use of the correct terminology when referring to the government actions that the US, Canada and [...]

OAS Head Luis Almagro’s New Term Promises More Corruption, Cronyism And Coup-Plotting

By Staff, -

In a result that surprised no one, the US-favored Luis Almagro was re-elected as Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS). For the next five years, Almagro will lead the [...]

Studies Say Morales Won Fairly, UN & Latin American Institutions Must Take Action – Ex-UN Official

By Ekaterina Blinova, -

The latest statistical analyses say that the Organisation of American States' conclusions about the alleged fraud in Bolivia’s October vote don't hold water. Ex-UN official Alfred de Zayas has [...]

US House Rams Through Nicaragua Regime-Change Bill With Zero Opposition

By Ben Norton, -

As the Donald Trump administration’s year-long coup attempt against Venezuela spirals out in failure, the US government has taken aim at Nicaragua with increasing ferocity, in a bid to topple [...]

A Case Study Of Corporate Media Disinformation

By Stansfield Smith, Dissident Voice. -

Some alternative media have exposed the US government and its corporate media fake news reporting on Russian “election interference,” on Venezuela, the war on Syria, China’s Xinjiang and Hong [...]

Who Will Win Bolivia’s Elections?

By Alfredo Serrano Mancilla, CELAG -

At this point in the year, Bolivia should be announcing an election date other than the presidential election in May. According to last year’s schedule, the regional elections (departments and [...]