The people of Bolivia and Chile imagine a different kind of extraction: one that is controlled by those who live by the resources and one that does not destroy the earth.
The general mood in Latin America is that the United States should not waste its time interfering south of its border but should, instead, spend its energy trying to resolve its cascading internal crises.
In Cuba, “nonalignment” has never meant being neutral, and has always meant being opposed to attempts to divide humanity.
The People’s Summit for Democracy Offers a Progressive Vision to Counter U.S. Dominance in the Region
Biden’s insistence on continuing the U.S. policy of exclusion and aggression against Latin America has made his summit a failure before it has even begun.
We are poor and far from powerful centres of economic and political decision-making. But, we live in the centre of the most important battles—fought from our smallest trenches, communities, neighborhoods, cities, jungles and forests.
In recent years, the region has experienced a new wave of progressive governments. The idea of regional integration has, therefore, returned to the table