Author: Diego Dalai

Trump Adds Cuba to List of Countries “Sponsoring Terrorism”

The Trump administration put Cuba on the list of state sponsors of terrorism on Monday. This maneuver to punish Cuba comes amid the Far Right attack on the U.S. Capitol and is an attempt for Trump to score points with the Republicans’ social and electoral base.

Repression and Radicalization on the Rise in Bolivia

After the failure of the dialogue between Bolivia’s coup government and social organizations over the past weekend, the anti-government blockades continued, and the government began taking repressive measures on Monday in key places.

Trump Increases Pressure on Cuba

The State Department has once again labelled Cuba a “non cooperative” state. Although this is clearly a cynical political ploy by Trump to bolster his ratings going into the 2020 elections, it could nonetheless have dire consequences for the working people of Cuba who are already suffering under a decades-long embargo.

United States Blocks Medical Supplies to Cuba

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the Trump administration is blocking purchases by and deliveries to Cuba of medicines, ventilators, and other health supplies.

Ecuadorians Prepare for a National Strike as President Lenín Moreno Flees the Capital

As protests and military repression continue in Ecuador this week, the army threw all journalists out of the government palace. On Monday night, President Lenín Moreno fled the capital and announced the transfer of the seat of the government from Quito to Guayaquil. Now workers, indigenous communities, and students are gearing up for national strike.

Cuba after Fidel

The following article was published in 2008, when Raul Castro formally took over the Presidency of Cuba. Today, on the day of Castro’s death, we must examine the immense pressures and contradictions that Cuba has been under since the Cuban Revolution.

Imperialism’s advance in Cuba

With his historic visit to Havana on March 22, Obama met his objective of consolidating a new policy toward Cuba – one of “dialogue and cooperation.” In doing so, he has laid the foundation for the return of North American capital – after having been expelled from the island over half a century ago – as part of the gradual process of capitalist restoration propelled by Raúl Castro.

Trump Adds Cuba to List of Countries “Sponsoring Terrorism”

The Trump administration put Cuba on the list of state sponsors of terrorism on Monday. This maneuver to punish Cuba comes amid the Far Right attack on the U.S. Capitol and is an attempt for Trump to score points with the Republicans’ social and electoral base.

Repression and Radicalization on the Rise in Bolivia

After the failure of the dialogue between Bolivia’s coup government and social organizations over the past weekend, the anti-government blockades continued, and the government began taking repressive measures on Monday in key places.

Trump Increases Pressure on Cuba

The State Department has once again labelled Cuba a “non cooperative” state. Although this is clearly a cynical political ploy by Trump to bolster his ratings going into the 2020 elections, it could nonetheless have dire consequences for the working people of Cuba who are already suffering under a decades-long embargo.

United States Blocks Medical Supplies to Cuba

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the Trump administration is blocking purchases by and deliveries to Cuba of medicines, ventilators, and other health supplies.

Ecuadorians Prepare for a National Strike as President Lenín Moreno Flees the Capital

As protests and military repression continue in Ecuador this week, the army threw all journalists out of the government palace. On Monday night, President Lenín Moreno fled the capital and announced the transfer of the seat of the government from Quito to Guayaquil. Now workers, indigenous communities, and students are gearing up for national strike.

Cuba after Fidel

The following article was published in 2008, when Raul Castro formally took over the Presidency of Cuba. Today, on the day of Castro’s death, we must examine the immense pressures and contradictions that Cuba has been under since the Cuban Revolution.

Imperialism’s advance in Cuba

With his historic visit to Havana on March 22, Obama met his objective of consolidating a new policy toward Cuba – one of “dialogue and cooperation.” In doing so, he has laid the foundation for the return of North American capital – after having been expelled from the island over half a century ago – as part of the gradual process of capitalist restoration propelled by Raúl Castro.