English text of Venezuela Vice-President Delcy Rodriguez speech to the United Nations General Assembly, September 27, 2019

Distinguished General Assembly of the United Nations Organization, a very respectful greeting to the President of this Assembly, a greeting also to all the heads of delegation who are in this hall sacred to international public law. I come in the name of the only Venezuela, the dignified Venezuela, the brave Venezuela, the one that … Continue reading English text of Venezuela Vice-President Delcy Rodriguez speech to the United Nations General Assembly, September 27, 2019

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Bolivia President Evo Morales speech to the United Nations General Assembly, September 24, 2019

"Transnational companies control food, water, non-renewable resources, weapons, technology and our personal data. They intend to commercialize everything, to accumulate more capital. The world is being controlled by a global oligarchy, only a handful of billionaires define the political and economic destiny of humanity. 26 people have the same wealth as 3.8 billion people. That … Continue reading Bolivia President Evo Morales speech to the United Nations General Assembly, September 24, 2019

Dan Kovalik available to speak in your area on US Intervention in Venezuela and Latin America

Dear friends, Dan Kovalik is available for more speaking engagements around the country. At present he will in New York the end of June, Arizona in mid-July and the Bay Area in mid-August. The cost to invite him is the transportation from the previous city, typically less than $75 or $100. His focus will be … Continue reading Dan Kovalik available to speak in your area on US Intervention in Venezuela and Latin America

Defects of ROAR’s article “Can the Bolivarian revolution survive the Venezuelan crisis?”

    ROAR published an article Can the Bolivarian revolution survive the Venezuelan crisis? containing the views of different professors, but with only two worth reading: Dario Azzellini’s and George Ciccariello-Maher’s. Of the others, Raul Zibechi appears to be the chosen faux left commentator committed to repeating US ruling class propaganda against Venezuela. Gabriel Hetland … Continue reading Defects of ROAR’s article “Can the Bolivarian revolution survive the Venezuelan crisis?”

Camilo Mejia: The Nicaraguan crisis – A U.S. regime change operation

The Nicaraguan crisis - A U.S. regime change operation Camilo Mejia was born in Nicaragua but moved to the US as an adolescent. Shortly after graduating from high school, after only two college semesters, he joined the U.S. Military and was eventually deployed to Iraq in 2003. After five months in active combat, including posts in Baghdad, … Continue reading Camilo Mejia: The Nicaraguan crisis – A U.S. regime change operation

U.S. Regime Change in Latin America: Steve Ellner speaking on Venezuela Nov. 12-14, Camilo Mejia on Nicaragua Dec. 1-4

Venezuela-ALBA News 11.2.2018:  UN Condemns US Regime Change Blockade on Cuba; Bolton Escalates Threats against ALBA countries (Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela) KPFA’s Dennis Bernstein interviews Steve Ellner The Venezuelan economy is being crippled by the sanctions the US, Canada, European Union  have imposed on it. Sanctions impose heavy burdens on ordinary Venezuelans who are just trying … Continue reading U.S. Regime Change in Latin America: Steve Ellner speaking on Venezuela Nov. 12-14, Camilo Mejia on Nicaragua Dec. 1-4

(Document) Sanctions and blockade: Aggression against the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

DOC_SANCTIONS_VER_ 7_JUN_ INGLES Sanctions and blockade: Aggression against the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Regime change Sanctions: the escalation of the aggression General effects of the sanctions From individual sanctions to economic blockade Internationalization of the aggression against Venezuela   Uuilateral Coercive Measures of Commercial Economic Blockade and Financial Persecution Against Persons and Institutions of the Bolivarian … Continue reading (Document) Sanctions and blockade: Aggression against the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

Asociación de Trabajadores del Campo: An Urgent Call for Solidarity with Nicaragua

An Urgent Call for Solidarity with Nicaragua Asociación de Trabajadores del Campo Rural Workers Association MaY 17, 2018 Friends in Solidarity, - We have lived a month full of tragedy in our country. The peace we achieved as a people, so fragile and at the cost of so many lives, is in immanent danger of … Continue reading Asociación de Trabajadores del Campo: An Urgent Call for Solidarity with Nicaragua

Pasqualina Curcio “The Visible Hand of the Market”: An Invitation to a Debate of Ideas

http://www.cubadebate.cu/especiales/2017/11/15/pasqualina-curcio-la-mano-visible-del-mercado-una-invitacion-al-debate-de-ideas/ Pasqualina Curcio is Professor in the Department of Economics and Administrative Sciences at the Simón Bolívar University in Venezuela. In her recent book “The Visible Hand of the Market: Economic War in Venezuela”, with a foreword by the prominent intellectual Luis Britto García. Here she explains the causes of the complex situation of the … Continue reading Pasqualina Curcio “The Visible Hand of the Market”: An Invitation to a Debate of Ideas

Accomplishments of Eleven Years of the “Process of Change” in Evo Morales’ Bolivia

http://www.coha.org/eleven-years-of-the-process-of-change-in-evo-morales-bolivia/ https://www.consuladodebolivia.com.ar/2018/01/04/investigacion-los-logros-la-revolucion-evo-bolivia/ http://www.thedawn-news.org/2018/01/08/eleven-years-of-the-process-of-change-in-evo-morales-bolivia/ http://www.eurasiareview.com/04012018-bolivia-eleven-years-of-process-of-change-under-evo-morales-analysis/ https://dissidentvoice.org/2018/01/eleven-years-of-the-process-of-change-in-evo-morales-bolivia/ http://www.wrongkindofgreen.org/2018/01/06/accomplishments-of-eleven-years-of-the-process-of-change-in-evo-morales-bolivia/ http://www.statestability.com/2018/01/04/eleven-years-of-the-process-of-change-in-evo-morales-bolivia/   Accomplishments of Eleven Years of the “Process of Change” in Evo Morales’ Bolivia  Stansfield Smith,  Senior Research Fellow at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs Evo Morales will soon have been the president of Bolivia for 12 years, heralding the ascent of the indigenous social movements to governmental power. … Continue reading Accomplishments of Eleven Years of the “Process of Change” in Evo Morales’ Bolivia