Time for Latin America & the Caribbean to come first


With the Summit of the Americas coming in April, and the U.S. reviving the Monroe Doctrine, the people of Our America must prepare to battle for our definitive independence, as our predescessors did 200 years ago

Maduro and ALBA-TCP leaders honor Chávez


A cannon salute was held at the Cuartel de la Montaña as part of commemorative acts marking five years since the death of the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution

Chávez lives on in the unity of revolutionaries

Fidel, Raúl, Chávez and Maduro: Four giants of our time.

Five years after his passing, neither the figure or legacy of Hugo Chávez have been forgotten, because the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution, together with other liberators who have passed through these lands, will be there right beside progressive forces in his country and Our America as they continue their struggles

Can the Monroe Doctrine triumph in the 21st century?


Although many of us would like to answer this question with a resounding "No!" and insist that our region is well prepared to defend itself against the 1823 pretensions of President James Monroe, with his "America for Americans" -which must be understood as "America for the United States"- it would be a serious mistake to underestimate the risks

Is a trade war looming?


With the announcement that the United States is set to raise taxes on steel and aluminum imports, the Donald Trump administration might has just launched the first bomb of a trade war with unpredictable consequences

Venezuela fighting to end corruption


During his visit to Cuba, Attorney General of the Republic of Venezuela, Tarek William Saab, highlighted ongoing efforts by his institution to end corruption

U.S. makes cuts to embassy staff in Havana official

U.S. makes cuts to embassy staff in Havana official.

A wire from Associated Press highlights that the announcement makes the U.S. decision last year to withdraw 60 percent of its diplomats from its embassy in Cuba, under the pretext of supposed “sonic attacks” against its personnel, practically permanent


Lula, Brazil's hope


A variety of international figures reacted to the recent court ruling in Brazil which upheld the conviction of former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, who is facing political persecution intended to prevent his participation in upcoming elections, with all polls showing that he is the indisputable favorite

Cuban Embassy in Venezuela targeted by terrorist cell

The Cuban Embassy in Venezuela.

“They were going to put a bomb in the Cuban Embassy,” stated Diosdado Cabello, first vice president of the PSUV, referring to plans by a terrorist cell which was neutralized this week in the Bolivarian nation