Latin America

Irma: a neoliberal hurricane

The smaller of the two main islands forming the nation of Antigua and Barbuda, Barbuda, is a small sun-drenched island in the eastern Caribbean; it has an area of 70 square [...]

12th January 2018 // 0 Comments

Radical politics in Latin America today

On 28th March, 2017, Jeff Webber, the author of The Last Day of Oppression and the First Day of the Same (Pluto Press)  spoke at a Socialist Resistance forum in London. [...]

29th March 2017 // 0 Comments

Hasta La Victoria, Adios Fidel!

Susan Pashkoff reflects: When I woke yesterday morning, I was told that Fidel Castro had died. For an American born in 1960 in a US fixated upon the Cold War and the [...]

1st December 2016 // 0 Comments

Sport’s dance with the devil

Jane Shallice reviews Brazil’s dance with the devil : The World Cup, the Olympics and the fight for democracy by Dave Zirin Haymarket Books $17.95 The Olympics!  Who [...]

28th November 2016 // 0 Comments

Fidel dies

Dave Kellaway reflects Images of Fidel fill the newsreel of our lives: Dishevelled and defeated after the bloody attack on the Moncada barracks; walking free from prison into [...]

27th November 2016 // 1 Comment

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