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To fight the U.S.-led sanctions, the Socialist Party has identified new ‘engines for growth.’ While the mainstream international media concentrate on ignoring or misrepresenting the true economic and social effects of political sanctions by nations stealing its wealth while promoting regime change, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela has been – over time — quietly achieving […]

June 24, 2024

In Venezuela, pollsters predict a giant smoke pot-sized opposition victory The verb came first. And the verb was the only thing that existed. The verb was next to God, and the verb was God. Then the smoke came immediately. RELATED: Venezuela Rejects the Dispossession of Citgo by the US Smoke is something that accompanies the […]

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June 17, 2024

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 On March 17, extraordinary events took place in Cuba, which once again received disproportionate coverage in the social networks and some foreign media considering the type of disasters we are experiencing in today’s world. RELATED: Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel Visit the Province Songo-La Maya They are “extraordinary in Cuba” because this has not been a […]

March 28, 2024

The presidential and legislative elections won’t be just another elections. Salvadorans will vote in a context of a state of exception, where, for the first time in 90 years, a president seeks re-election despite the national constitution prohibiting it. RELATED:  Guatemalans and Salvadorans Reject Cerro Blanco Mining Project Faced with an evident outcome, where can […]

February 4, 2024

In addressing the immigration issue in the United States, two errors are commonly made: one is to consider that the country rejects immigration flows on a permanent basis and, second, to consider that one federal party or another is pro- or anti-migrant. RELATED:  Republicans Seek Impeachment Against US Immigration Secretary The United States was formed […]

February 2, 2024

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