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Weisbrot: One Year After the Coup, Rift Persists Between Washington and Latin America Over Honduras

June 30, 2010


One Year After the Coup, Rift Persists Between Washington And Latin America Over Honduras By Mark Weisbrot   This article was published by The Guardian Unlimited on June 30, 2010. If anyone wants to reprint it, please include a link to the original. At dawn one year ago, on June 28, soldiers invaded the home […]

May 7 Press Conf. at UN on Climate Issues: Morales Takes US to Task

May 8, 2010


Watch video of yesterdays’ press conference at UN. Bolivian Morales Charges at USA   Escrito por Raquel Maria Garcia Alvarez   viernes, 07 de mayo de 2010 United Nations, May 7 (Prensa Latina) “The United States took preference tariffs from Bolivia and we are better off without them,” Bolivian President Evo Morales asserted at the UN on […]

Several UNASUR Countries Set to Boycott EU-Latin American Summit to Protest Invite of Honduras’ Lobo

May 5, 2010


Most South American Leaders Threaten To Boycott EU-Latin American Summit 5/5/2010 6:18 PM ET      (RTTNews) – Most South American nations have decided to boycott an EU-Latin American summit in Spain in protest against the invitation extended to newly-elected Honduran President Porfirio Lobo for attending the summit, South American leaders attending the UNASUR summit in […]

US Takeover of Haiti: The Centerpieces of US, UN, and World Bank Plan are Sweatshops and Tourism

April 6, 2010


U.S. Takeover of Haiti: The centerpieces of the US, UN, and World Bank Plan for Haiti are Sweatshops and Tourisim By Kim Ives Global Research, April 5, 2010 When this article appears on the morning of March 31, the much ballyhooed “International Donors Conference Towards a New Future for Haiti” will be getting underway […]

Venezuela’s Anti-Hegemonic Aid in Haiti

February 23, 2010


Venezuela’s Anti-Hegemonic Aid In Haiti February 23rd 2010, by Kiraz Janicke – In a February 17 article “Venezuela’s Renegade Aid” published in the Huffington Post, freelance journalist Patrick Adams implies that there is something untoward and problematic about the Venezuelan aid effort in earthquake ravaged Haiti. Venezuela’s main crime appears to be its non-participation […]

Ecuador President Correa Blasts Aid “Imperialism” on Haiti Trip

January 31, 2010


  President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa   Ecuador president blasts aid ‘imperialism’ on Haiti trip PORT-AU-PRINCE, January 30, 2010 (AFP) – Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa criticized “imperialism” in aid efforts in Haiti during a visit to the stricken nation Friday, echoing criticism leveled by other leftist Latin American leaders. “There is a lot of imperialism […]

“Will Obama Change US Policy Toward Latin America?”

February 19, 2009

Comments Off on “Will Obama Change US Policy Toward Latin America?”… Will Obama Change U.S. Policy Toward Latin America? By Mark Weisbrot This op-ed was published by The Guardian Unlimited on February 18, 2009. If anyone wants to reprint it, please include a link to the original. U.S.-Latin American relations fell to record lows during the Bush years, and there have been hopes – both […]