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WEISBROT: Independent Latin America Forms Its Own Organization

February 25, 2010


Independent Latin America Forms Its Own Organization By Mark Weisbrot   This column was published by The Guardian Unlimited on February 25, 2010. If anyone wants to reprint it, please include a link to the original. Latin America took another historic step forward this week with the creation of a new regional organization of 32 […]

Falklands – Pres. Kirchner Get Full Support from Summit Attendees

February 23, 2010


Tuesday, February 23rd 2010 – 03:22 UTC Falklands: full support for Argentina from Latinamerican and Caribbean leaders Argentine President Cristina Kirchner said on Monday Latin American and Caribbean leaders backed her objections to oil exploration in the disputed Falkland Islands as drilling of the first well began on Monday. Mrs. Kirchner thanked her peers during […]

CUBA, the US, and the OAS – by John Maxwell, Jamaica Observer

June 8, 2009

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John Maxwell’s long memory is a special gift in his most recent article, “Cuba, the US and the OAS.”  In addition, to talking about the OAS decision to rescind the 1962 decision to expel Cuba, Maxwell highlights the US’ terrorist past against countries and leaders of Latin America, including, and especially, Cuba.  Further, he tells […]