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Coronavirus and imperial piracy

By: Luis Hernández Navarro The coronavirus crisis has made visible the role that looting plays in the reproduction of current capitalism. As if they were modern buccaneers, the governments of powerful countries like the United States or France have dedicated…

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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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A history that cannot be written with words

By: João Pedro Stédile * São Paulo, Brazil We lost Fidel. We gained a history of examples and wisdom. The history of Fidel is indescribable; we cannot delineate it with words. Then, I would like to give a testimony. He…

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Raúl Zibechi: 2015, a critical and turbulent year

2015, A CRITICAL AND TURBULENT YEAR By: Raúl Zibechi 2014 ends with Barack Obama’s decision to re-establish relations with Cuba, after a half century of the blockade and attacks on the island’s sovereignty. The joy that this news stirs up…

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