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The new Nicaragua

With an electoral victory in 2006, returning the Sandinista National Liberation Front to office, the Central American country has made notable progress socially and economically

Evo Morales: “Now is the best time to unite”

Interview with the Bolivian President during his visit to Nicaragua to participate in the Sao Paulo Forum and celebrations marking the 38th anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution

Why Lula?

The right has declared the former President public enemy number one, and directs all its firepower toward him

July 19th

Nicaragua celebrates Sandinista Revolution

The entire city is celebrating. People from all over the country arrive with red and black flags, filling Plaza de la Fe


The challenge of starting over

This paradisiacal landscape changed forever this past September 18, when Hurricane Maria struck the island with winds of more than 250 kilometers per hour. Dominica and its 72,000 inhabitants now face the challenge of starting over, basically from nothing

Dominica, a broken Eden

"The stars have fallen, Eden is broken," Skerrit said before the UN, reporting the devastation his country had suffered

The Our America Consensus: A guide for the future of the Latin American left

With the approval of the Our America Consensus, the first programmatic document stemming from the Sao Paulo Forum, leftist and progressive parties from Latin America and the Caribbean have a new instrument with which to resist the right-wing onslaught and continue implementing political and social changes in the region

The UN needs to be reformed, but not unilaterally

Change in the United Nations is imperative to improve effectiveness, eliminate archaic structures, and adapt to a multi-polar 21st century

FARC, the letters mean more now in Colombia

Alternative Communal Revolutionary Forces (FARC). This is the name of the new political party with which former Colombian guerillas are looking to enter the country's political arena