The engine of the subversive campaigns undertaken against Cuba is the money that comes from Washington and it is millions of dollars. This is expressed by the lawyer and expert on immigration issues, for whom these expenditures of money from the White House have been investigated by the American […]
Most leaders of powerful nations seem to assume that the post-Covid landscape will not herald a form of capitalism that differs in essence from the current neoliberal model. Discussions in these countries centre on how to meet the demands of the wide range of social groups affected by the economic crisis, which began last year and that coronavirus has turned into a nightmare.
OECD asked to investigate human rights abuses filed against the owners of Cerrejón coal mine; BHP, Anglo American and Glencore. Parallel complaints also filed in Ireland against state owned-company for purchasing coal and Dublin-based sales wing of mining enterprise. Multiple National Contact Points (NCPs) of the Organisation for Economic […]
There have been eight governments since the taking and retaking of the Palace of Justice in Colombia. All possible doors to justice have been tried but the perpetrators are still at large. And yet, the stigmatisation continues, and the families remain in a permanent state of internal mourning.
Assange is wanted dead. The United Nations, through Nils Melzer, a specialist in torture and ill-treatment, has declared that Assange’s life is at risk. The dilemma offered to him by the Power is not acquittal or conviction; freedom or captivity; the United States or England. It is one of three forms of death: death penalty, forced suicide or burial alive.