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Latin America

Cuba: Thaw in relations with imperialism

On May 29, President Obama took Cuba off the list of the "governments that sponsor terrorism." It is a new step, politically significant, in the process of re-establishment of relations, and soon, the establishment of embassies in both capitals could be agreed on.

Eduardo Molina

July 7, 2015

Shift in Brazil’s Foreign Policy: Dilma’s US Sales Tour

On the week of June 29, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff of the Worker’s Party (PT) visited the United States, on what can best be described as a sales tour, aiming for the US government and businesses to invest in Brazil.

Left and Workers’ Front: once again on the United Front

Debates within the Left and Workers’ Front (FIT) in Argentina.

Matías Maiello

July 4, 2015

Buenos Aires: In solidarity with the Greek workers and people

Thursday July 2, women, workers and youth gathered for the last rally of the Left and the Workers’ Front (FIT) in Buenos Aires City, before Sunday local elections. They showed support to the Greek workers and people.

Left Voice

July 3, 2015

Mexico: May every congressman and representative earn the same as a teacher!

The Movimiento de Trabajadores Socialistas (MTS, Socialist Workers Movement) launched the campaign "May every congressman and representative earn the same as a teacher!" which is being actively promoted by La Izquierda Diario.

Chile: The Government’s New Law and Order Agenda Deepens its Rightward Turn

The growing demonstration of students and professors, who are now facing a turning point, have forced the government to close ranks with parliament, the mayors, the right wing, and the so-called New Majority, to put an end to the demonstrations.

Nicolas Miranda

July 2, 2015

Cultural rally for the 43 disappeared students

The #43x43 (“43 hours for the 43 disappeared”) cultural rally began with a demonstration in the Angel of Independence and continued with a march that ended at the Palacio de Bellas Artes (Fine Arts Museum).

“Equality in law does not mean equality in life”

We interviewed Virginia Guitzel, a trans public health worker who lives in Santo Andre, Sao Paulo. Here she discusses the connections between capitalism and trans oppression, as well as the way forward for trans liberation.

Left Voice

July 1, 2015

Peace missions? Denounces of abuse and prostitution against “Blue Helmets”

A recent study from the UN confirms the accusations made years ago by left and feminist organizations: troops abuse of women and young girls and offer food and money in exchange for sex.

Celeste Murillo

June 26, 2015