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New dog, old tricks
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New dog, old tricks

Obama ratchets up attack on Cuba In spring 2010, Cuba came under renewed attack as politicians and the corporate media worldwide portrayed the revolutionary government as a repressive dictatorship struggling to stem a growing tide of discontent. This offensive is orchestrated by the Obama administration which is continuing the 50-year […]

Barack Obama and the ‘Unipolar Moment’
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Barack Obama and the ‘Unipolar Moment’

Noam Chomsky Every powerful state relies on specialists whose task is to show that what the strong do is noble and just and, if the weak suffer, it is their fault. In the West, these specialists are called “intellectuals” and, with marginal exceptions, they fulfil their task with skill and […]

Honduras, one year on
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Honduras, one year on

Pablo Sapag Just one year ago the most dreaded nightmares of Latin-Americans became a harsh reality: a coup took place in Honduras against the democratic government of President Manuel Zelaya. The only novelty in relation to what had been seen many times in the sixties, seventies and eighties, was the […]

Chile, Year ZERO
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Chile, Year ZERO

Pablo Sapag M. The victory of the multimillionaire business man, Sebastián Piñera in the second round of the Chilean presidential elections has been received, by the world’s right, with ostentatious joy. This isn’t the least one can expect, especially if one fails to recognize the reality in Chile and only pays […]