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The British Crisis and China
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The British Crisis and China

The honeymoon period of the British public and the new Conservative-Liberal coalition government has not lasted very long. Just weeks after the elections, the new prime minister, David Cameron, and the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, have announced a challenging adjustment plan they propose will change the manner of […]

Diatribe against the regime, defence of the defenders
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Diatribe against the regime, defence of the defenders

A growing group of resident Columbians abroad, members and supporters of the Polo Democrático Alternativo (left Colombian party), with a very clear profile who call themselves Polomosca, has issued a statement internationally regarding the judgments that the Colombian senator and defense of human rights, Ivan Cepeda has made. The official […]

Obama shows his true colours in Haiti
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Obama shows his true colours in Haiti

Pablo Sapag The horrific earthquake that has devastated Haiti, particularly its capital Puerto Principe, is, without a doubt, a shocking human tragedy. Tens of thousands of dead, injured, homeless and the destruction of the country’s scarce infrastructures are only the preliminary and immediate assessments of this catastrophe. No one will […]

Chaos without order
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Chaos without order

David Broder The English language does not typically use a direct equivalent for cambiar el mundo, but rather the somewhat less ambitious notion of “making a difference”. One year on from the collapse of the banks – and with it the arrogant certainty of neo-liberal ideology – there is a […]

Obama’s version of Monroe Doctrine
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Obama’s version of Monroe Doctrine

Honduras has set a precedent, a very bad precedent. Irrespective of the more or lesscorruption, participation and results of the presidential elections on the 29th of November, and the symbolic and temporary hypocritical return of the defeated Manuel Zelaya to ‘power’ in order to transfer the presidential sash in January, […]