NOVEMBER 11TH, 2016
The Republican Donald Trump was elected president of the United States. Although there was a virtual tie between him and Hillary Clinton among the popular votes, Trump had a clear majority of representatives in the Electoral College. It is still early to take all the conclusions of a political fact of this...[:en]Newspaper[:es]Periodico[:]
OCTOBER 24TH, 2016
After the Dallas police shooting, the reactionary forces in this country are trying to shift the national rhetoric and public perception of social violence in the United States. To directly counter and weaken the Black Lives Matter movement, and to break the solidarity it is gathering from working class sectors, a...[:en]Newspaper[:es]Periodico[:]
Beyond The Threat of Trump
by Florence Oppen
Trump and the rise of Racism and Islamophobia in the U.S.
Since Trump has begun his political campaign to reach the White House, he has not ceased to fuel hatred on the Muslim community. He has manipulated public opinion and is fabricating a false logic that equates...Internacional/International
Written by Ari Russo - PSTU
Monday, 02 November 2015 22:25
On 19 September, a hospital of Doctors Without Borders in Kunduz (1), a province in northern Afghanistan, was bombed by air forces of the United States. The result was 22 dead, 12 of which doctors and 10 patients, among them 3 children, and nearly 40 wounded.
In addition to...[:en]Newspaper[:es]Periodico[:]
By Florence Oppen
Just after the US bombed Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing 246, 000 civilians, its President Harry Truman delivered a stunning speech on August 9th 1945 from the White House:
“The world will note that the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, a military base. That was because we wished in this first...Internacional/International
Written by PSTU – Argentina
Tuesday, 21 July 2015 15:03
In the international division of labor, undoubtedly, the role of raw materials and natural resources exporter is imposed on Latin America.
The control over them has led the imperialist countries to develop legal structures that allow the patenting of life forms and...Internacional/International
Written by Marcos Margarido - PSTU
Monday, 27 July 2015 03:33
"In Cuba there is poverty, but it's not like in Brazil. There are slums there; not here. Nor do we have beggars sleeping on the streets ... it's different." This statement by a Cuban resident of Havana, the country's capital, was shown in a documentary broadcast by...Internacional/International
Written by UST - Venezuela
Friday, 27 June 2014 02:04
While President Maduro cries out against the "economic war" and the U.S. interference in Venezuela, and accuses them of supporting "a smooth coup”, the Minister of Oil and Minerals, and President of PDVSA (Oil of Venezuela), Rafael Ramirez, announced in the beautiful...[:en]Newspaper[:es]Periodico[:]
BY HONEST CHUNG ⋅ MAY 27, 2014
From our comrade at The Latin@ Asian Dialectic Blog.*
I was recently directed to read an article titled “Asian Americans Question Whether Race Played Role In UC Santa Barbara Killings.” This article goes on to cite two blogs in which the topic of discussion is the role (or non-role)...[:en]Newspaper[:es]Periodico[:]
by Diane Muste, NYC
The Obama administration wants us to believe that we are headed towards a full economic recovery. How close are we really to recovery? What makes a “recovery” a recovery? A “recovery” for WHOM? The “real” recovery - the one of statistics of rising profit rates and a re-stabilized and lucrative stock...