Chiapas Support Committee

Category: U.S. relations with Latin America


In the US, not in Spain, the central command of the Latin American right

 Save exceptions, Latin American armies are ones of caste, García Linera indicates. Photo:‘La Jornada’ By: Luis Hernández Navarro/Part 1 of 2 The conservative command of the Latin American right is in the United States, not in Spain. Vox [1] is…

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Mexico’s historic rescue of Evo

Between Monday and Tuesday (November 11 and 12), in a scenario of more than 10 thousand kilometers, a political, diplomatic, technical and aeronautic feat took place that corroborated Mexico’s condition as a guarantor of the right of asylum: the rescue…

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Chomsky: the United States supports a State coup or the assassination of Evo Morales

 November 10, 2019 [This was written before Morales was forced to resign.]  Political scientist Noam Chomsky denounces that the United States is behind the State coup of the opposition in Bolivia to overthrow President Evo Morales. “The Bolivian oligarchy promotes…

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Conference on Cuba, faced with renewal of Helms-Burton

By: Arturo Sánchez Jiménez “Cuba’s dilemma is independence or annexation to the United States; that’s the way it has been for 200 years and the Cuban people resolved it positively with the revolution that triumphed on January 1, 1959,” Pedro…

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