Latin America & Caribbean


Wall Street was firmly behind the military Junta which waged “The Dirty War” on its behalf. In turn, the Catholic Church hierarchy played a central role in sustaining the legitimacy of the military Junta.


Washington’s negotiations with Cuba are one part of a two-track policy. There is a major US build-up in Latin America, with increasing reliance on ‘military platforms’, designed to launch military interventions in strategic countries.


Presidential candidate Jeb Bush had close personal ties to Raul Salinas de Gortiari, brother of Mexico’s former president Carlos Salinas de Gortiari. In the 1990s, Raul the “drug kingpin”, according to Switzerland’s federal prosecutor Carla del Ponte, was one of the main figures of the Mexican Drug Cartel.

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A fifth column exists in Argentina. It should be noted that some of the individuals involved in this case are leftover elements from the period of the military dictatorship in Argentina that collaborated closely with the US.

Guatemala’s Current Situation Can be Traced back to the 1954 CIA-led Coup. US Guide Book on Political Assassination By Prof. Edward Curtin, October 08, 2015
Staged Return of Jean-Bertrand Aristide to Push Haiti Elections. Maryse Narcisse for President? By Dady Chery, October 08, 2015
Why Americans Should Closely Watch Unfolding Events in Guatemala, A Trail of Bodies Leads Back to the USA By Prof. Edward Curtin, October 08, 2015
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Jorge Risquet, Cuban Revolutionary Leader in African Affairs, Dies 40 Years After Angolan Campaign By Abayomi Azikiwe, October 06, 2015
US Military Intervention against the FARC Insurgency and Plan Colombia: Misrepresentation of the Colombian Conflict By Matt Peppe, October 05, 2015
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Occupied Guantanamo. US-Cuba Relations By Leonid Savin, September 29, 2015
Cuba: The Long Road to Utopia By Ricardo Alarcón, September 29, 2015
The U.N. Resolution Condemning the US Trade Embargo on Cuba By Birsen Filip, September 28, 2015
Guantanamo, Tip of America’s Global Torture Prison Network, One of Many US “Black Sites” By Stephen Lendman, September 27, 2015
Reversing the Tide of Water Privatization By Tom Lawson, September 27, 2015
The Truth About Hugo Chávez: “Bernie Sanders is Wrong — Hugo Chávez was no Dictator” By Gabriel Hetland, September 22, 2015
Guatemala: “Soft Coup” Scenario By Nil Nikandrov, September 21, 2015
Monsanto Teams Up With World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to Convert Amazon Rain Forest into Giant GMO Plantation By L.J. Devon, September 18, 2015
USA Cuba
Subversion Against Cuba Continues Uninterrupted Amidst Normalization By Matt Peppe, September 16, 2015
Washington Wants “Regime Change” in Ecuador: “What is the CIA Planning before Ecuador’s 2017 Elections?” By Timothy Alexander Guzman, September 15, 2015
When Will MINUSTAH Leave Haiti? The UN “Destabilization Mission” By Dady Chery, September 11, 2015
Solidarity as a Weapon against US Imperialism. Che Guevara By Susan Babbitt, September 11, 2015
Canadian Gunboat Diplomacy By Yves Engler, September 09, 2015
Cuba-US Relations and Freedom of the Press By Arnold August, September 09, 2015
“Silent Invasion”: The US and the Militarization of Latin America By Eric Draitser, September 09, 2015
Human Rights Watch Is Not about Human Rights By Dave Alpert, September 08, 2015
The Clinton Plan for Haiti. America’s Neo-Colonial Mandate By Dady Chery, September 07, 2015
Latin America: The Counter-Offensive against US Imperialism By Marco Consolo, September 07, 2015
Haiti’s Earthquake Victims in Peril
Haiti and the Profoundly Silent Chelsea Clinton By Ezili Dantò, September 04, 2015
Democracy in Cuba and the Legacy of José Martí By Susan Babbitt, August 27, 2015
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Cuba-US Relations: Long and Contentious History Stands In the Way of “Normalization” By Keith Bolender, August 25, 2015
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Cuba’s Low Level of Internet Use: Not a Policy of Restricting the Flow of Information By Stephen Gowans, August 23, 2015
Ecuador, Venezuela, Brazil: US Dark Forces Stoke Violence and Instability in Latin America By Stephen Lendman, August 22, 2015
The remaining prisoners in Guantánamo
Pentagon Chief Calls for Gitmo Closure under Obama, States Oppose Detainee Transfers By RT, August 22, 2015
How Will the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Affect Off Shore Drilling Regulations
US Government Acts as “Mediator” in Mexico’s Lucrative Oil and Gas Privatization By Steve Horn, August 21, 2015
Monsanto’s Roundup Shown to be Ravaging Butterfly Population
“Butterfly Prison”. The New World Order of Poverty, Oppression, Despair and Destitution By Andre Vltchek, August 19, 2015
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John Kerry, Cuba and Exporting US “Democracy” By Binoy Kampmark, August 18, 2015
John Kerry Lectures Cubans About Democracy By Stephen Lendman, August 16, 2015
Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa has worked very hard to cultivate an international public image as defender of the rainforest. But several local civil society and environmental organizations beg to differ. Photo Credit: Cancillería del Ecuador / Flickr
Washington Threatens Ecuadorian Democracy By Stephen Lendman, August 14, 2015
Calm before the Storm?  The Dollar versus the Yuan: America and China Engage in a "Currency War"
China-Latin American Relations, Santiago De Chile: The Yuan’s Financial Stronghold By Ariel Noyola Rodríguez, August 06, 2015
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Thousands Protest Torture-murder of Mexican Photojournalist and Four Women By Rafael Azul, August 06, 2015
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Puerto Rico: Troubled Commonwealth or Debt Colony? By Eric Draitser, August 03, 2015
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Puerto Rico in the Hurricane of America’s Economic Crisis By Ariel Noyola Rodríguez, July 31, 2015
HAÏTI : L’université Henry Christophe est un acte réparatoire aux victimes du massacre de 1937
Time to Stop Resisting Haiti’s Resistance By Jean Saint-Vil, July 29, 2015
Wall Street and Military Intervention: Citigroup’s Imperial History in Haiti By Peter James Hudson, July 29, 2015
100th Anniversary of the US Occupation of Haiti. “City Bank along with French and German bankers, destabilized Haiti” By Ezili Dantò, July 29, 2015
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The Anti-Imperalist News Networks in Latin America, Russia and China By Andre Vltchek, July 29, 2015
USAID Funded Group Supporting Haitian President in 2010 By Center for Economic and Policy Research, July 28, 2015
Cuba Celebrates July 26 Attack that Ignited the Revolution By Telesur, July 27, 2015
Cuba Pre-1959: The Rise and Fall of a U.S. Backed Dictator with Links to the Mob By Timothy Alexander Guzman, July 26, 2015
Imperialism: Bankers, Drug Wars and Genocide
Imperialism: Bankers, Drug Wars and Genocide. Mexico’s Descent into Inferno By Prof. James Petras, July 25, 2015
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Puerto Rico’s Debt Crisis By Stephen Lendman, July 25, 2015
Side-By-Side Coverage of Cuba and Iran Highlights Shift in US Media Villain-Making By John C. O’Day, July 24, 2015
They Say Paraguay is in Africa: Mosaic of Horror By Andre Vltchek, July 24, 2015
US Targets Venezuela Using Border Dispute as Pretext By Eric Draitser, July 23, 2015
US Firms Claim Compensation for Nationalized Property in Cuba By Alexander Mosesov, July 22, 2015
Cubans’ Rejection of Senator Rubio Demonstrates Their Independent Thinking By Matt Peppe, July 22, 2015
BRICS Bank Opens for Business By Stephen Lendman, July 22, 2015
Red Cross Itself May Not Know How Millions Donated for Haiti Were Spent: Confidential Documents By Justin Elliott and Laura Sullivan, July 22, 2015
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Perhaps This Is Obama’s Grand Strategy By Eric Zuesse, July 21, 2015
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US and Cuban Embassies Open for Business By Stephen Lendman, July 21, 2015
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Cuban Official Warns US Still Seeking Regime Change By Global Research News, July 20, 2015
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Democracy and the Restoration of Cuba-US Diplomatic Relations By Arnold August, July 18, 2015
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Puerto Rican Plan to Make Workers Pay for the Island’s Debt Crisis By Rafael Azul, July 14, 2015
Fighting the Russian and Chinese Community of Destiny: Did the US Try to Crash China’s Market Because BRICS Launched the New Development Bank? By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, July 13, 2015
Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa has worked very hard to cultivate an international public image as defender of the rainforest. But several local civil society and environmental organizations beg to differ. Photo Credit: Cancillería del Ecuador / Flickr
In Ecuador, Fight for Mankind; In Greece, Fight for Greece! By Andre Vltchek, July 08, 2015
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Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia, Argentina and Ecuador on OXI GREECE By Arnold August, July 07, 2015
Economic Growth and Poverty in the Third World. UN Millennium Development Goals Reveal Mixed Results By Abayomi Azikiwe, July 07, 2015
US-Orchestrated Coup Attempt in Ecuador By Stephen Lendman, July 07, 2015
WHO Validates Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV and Syphilis in Cuba By Global Research News, July 04, 2015
Ecuador Fights for Survival – Against its Elites By Andre Vltchek, July 04, 2015
Canadian Neocolonialism in Colombia. Oil, Mining and the Military By Asad Ismi, July 04, 2015
Next Steps in the Normalization of US-Cuban Relations: Thoughts From the Cuban Five By Marjorie Cohn, July 04, 2015
US Employs Trojan Horse Strategy with Cuba By RT, July 03, 2015
Puerto Rico is Bankrupt: Will the IMF Bail-Out Puerto Rico? By Timothy Alexander Guzman, July 03, 2015
3 Indigenous People, Farmers or Land Activists Killed Every 2 Weeks Due to Land Conflicts and Struggles By Global Research News, July 02, 2015
Peru Cracking Down Against Dissent On Excavation Economy By Lynn Holland, July 02, 2015
Galápagos Rebellion against Foreign Investment in Hotels, Golf Courses, Luxury Tourism. Fragile Ecology Threatened By Jane Shaw, July 01, 2015
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Puerto Rico Governor Declares Debts “Not Payable” By David Brown, June 30, 2015
Pre and Post-Coup Honduras
The Coup and Its Aftermath: Honduras Bleeding By Eric Draitser and Ramiro S. Fúnez, June 30, 2015
The United Nations Security Council:  An Organization for Injustice
The Sanctions Regime against North Korea: The Mudubong Cargo Ship Detained in Mexico on Orders of the UN Security Council By Ronda Hauben, June 29, 2015
USA Cuba
Cuba’s Warming Relations with the US May Undermine its Agroecological City Farms By Julia Wright and Emily Morris, June 28, 2015
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The World is Turning, Don’t Let it Turn Away. Latin American Revolutions Under Attack By Andre Vltchek, June 27, 2015
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Haiti: USAID Says it Built Houses in Caracol to Earthquake Safety Standards. It Didn’t. By Center for Economic and Policy Research, June 25, 2015
Venezuela’s Maduro Backs CARICOM Proposal for Slavery Reparations By Lucas Koerner, June 25, 2015