With newfound diplomatic flourish, the United States has announced that it will no longer sell arms to Saudi Arabia in support of its role in Yemen’s civil war. Darrin Burgess* The conflict has already cost 100,000 lives, and prevailing international opinion is that Saudi Arabia’s largest weapons supplier […]
The advances of the political and social forces of the left in the Latin American and Caribbean sphere are almost always limited to their access to government but they are very far from reaching power, at least in its decisive forms.
The Covid-19 pandemic has the potential to increase economic inequality in practically all the countries in the world at the same time. While the world’s poorest will need at least a decade to recover from the current crisis, multimillionaires – the thousand largest fortunes on the planet – recovered their […]
The 11th edition of the International Poetry and Arts Festival “Woman Scream” will take place between 1st and March 31st, with a series of international events that highlight the protection of women and condemn femicide and similar abuse. With the logistical changes caused by the pandemic, the 2021 event […]
Faced with an upsurge in Israeli hostility and expansionism, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Palestinians begin 2021 with measures to promote internal unity, preparations for elections, and still hopeful for peace. After a 2020 marked by the intensification of expansionist policies from the Zionist government, alongside the complacency of the […]