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Ecuador in Revolt: An Interview with Irene León

By José Ernesto Navaez Guerrero The current situation in Ecuador has numerous interconnections with the country’s recent past and with what is happening on a regional scale. Once again, Latin America is the scene of a fierce dispute where, beyond the many nuances that can be attributed to any heterogeneous social process, the guiding framework is […]

ALBA and Nicaragua – defending solidarity in a divided world

By Stephen Sefton Controversy has dogged this June’s United States government organized Summit of the Americas. Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela had already given up on the OAS, seriously damaging the credibility of the Organization of American States as a trustworthy hemispheric forum for the countries North America, Latin America and the Caribbean. However many countries […]

Venezuela Versus Empire: The work of Pasqualina Curcio Curcio

By Aaron Kelly In her excellent contribution to events organised by Venezuela’s National Electoral Council (CNE) in the run up to the mass municipal and regional elections on Sunday 21 November 2021, the renowned, anti-imperialist economist Pasqualina Curcio Curcio lucidly and meticulously dissected the full range of measures by which the United States, and the […]

Yemen and Ukraine: A Tale of Two Wars

By Fra Hughes Two very distinct and separate wars are concurrently happening in West Asia and Eastern Europe. Both wars have their origins in people fighting to free themselves from corrupt government. The Yemini people rose in a popular revolution against a corrupt regime that acted in the interests of regional and international power blocks […]

Ukraine-Russia: Sanctions against a “pro-Russian” professor from the University of Montreal, or freedom of speech?

By Arnold August Starting on March 23, Canadian state-owned French-language media, Radio-Canada, and private French-language media outlets in Quebec, launched a campaign to sanction a University of Montreal professor. The campaign then spread to a Toronto daily and even into the US. What’s going on? Apparently, it is because the professor concerned is “pro-Russian.” I […]

An Interview with Elizabeth Ribalta, ICAP: Cuban Internationalism & Solidarity

Aaron Kelly, Coordinator of the Irish Chapter of the Network in Defence of Humanity (REDH), speaks with Elizabeth Ribalta from ICAP, the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples, about Cuban internationalism, the blockade and the hybrid warfare waged against the Cuban people by US imperialism, and the necessity of solidarity and resistance in building […]

War Propaganda: A Century old story

An Interview with Julien Papp By Alex Anfruns Are you satisfied with the official centenary of the First World War? Did it help you understand the real causes of the war, as well as the massive propaganda mechanisms that led to this butchery? In this twenty-first century, with the drums of war sounding again, it […]

Partition: 100 Years of Sectarianism in Ireland

By Fra Hughes In 1921 under threat of immediate and terrible war, Ireland was partitioned against the wishes of the majority of the people on the island. The treaty was signed on December 6 1921. Britain might have been forced out of 26 counties but they were keeping a foothold on Irish soil by proxy, […]

Declaration of Solidarity with Cuba, Cuban Culture and the Cuban Revolution

A statement of solidarity with Cuba, its culture and its people from the Irish Chapter of the Network in Defence of Humanity (REDH). We are glad to join others around the world in rejecting an imperialist-funded misinformation campaign seeking to instigate boycotts of genuine Cuban culture. We would encourage all artists, writers, musicians, intellectuals, members […]

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