Meanwhile, the People’s Summit for Democracy stands up for the people of Latin America, and against the U.S. policy of isolationism.
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.
For non-alignment to be effective, it cannot be restricted to transactional relationships or mere moral posturing.
What made the explosion at the Havana hotel stand out was the solidarity of Cuba’s citizens. Two hours after the blaze, the line of volunteers in front of blood banks, polyclinics and hospitals exceeded thousands, and most of them were young people.
In recent years, the region has experienced a new wave of progressive governments. The idea of regional integration has, therefore, returned to the table