Latin America & Caribbean


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.


Five years after the devastating earthquake, numerous massive protests were held against the UN occupation (MINUSTAH) and for the departure of Haitian President Michel Martelly and Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe. The latter finally resigned in December 2014.

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Puerto Rico Governor Declares Debts “Not Payable” By David Brown, June 30, 2015
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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
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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
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Robert Kennedy Jr.’s 25 Truths on the Secret Negotiations between Fidel Castro and President Kennedy By Salim Lamrani, June 25, 2015
How the World Bank’s ‘Payday Loans’ Are Increasing Dire Water Shortages in Latin America By Barbara G. Ellis, Ph.D., June 24, 2015
Resistance in Honduras Alive and Jumping By David Swanson, June 24, 2015
Hundreds of Thousands of Haitians Face Deportation From the Dominican Republic By John Marion, June 23, 2015
Ecuadorean Dark Forces Behind Attempted Coup Plot By Stephen Lendman, June 19, 2015
US Human Experimentation on Poor Guatemalans in Post-War Period By Robert Barsocchini, June 17, 2015
Endgame for Glyphosate? The Global Fallout of WHO’s ‘Probable Carcinogen’ Classification By Dr. Eva Sirinathsinghji, June 17, 2015
HPV Vaccines: Updates from Central and South America – First Reported Fatality after Gardasil in Colombia By Norma Erickson, June 17, 2015
The Ecuadorian Coup:  Its Larger Meaning
US-Attempted Color Revolution in Ecuador? By Stephen Lendman, June 16, 2015
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US Allocates ‘Democracy Funds’ for Cuba By Telesur, June 15, 2015
Peace Negotiations or War Preparations? Colombia, Iran, China, Cuba, Ukraine, Yemen and Syria By Prof. James Petras, June 06, 2015
“Humanitarian Aid” to Haiti: How the Red Cross Raised Half a Billion Dollars ­and Built Six Homes By Justin Elliott, June 06, 2015
Forget Sports: Geopolitics is Behind the FIFA Scandal As the War Against Russia Enters a New Front By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, June 05, 2015
The Latest U.S. Attempt to Destabilize Venezuela By Ricardo Alarcón, June 04, 2015
China’s “Silk Road” Extends its Economic Influence in South America By Ariel Noyola Rodríguez, June 03, 2015
Canadian Mining Industry Abuses in Guatemala. And How Indigenous Communities are Fighting Back Global Research News Hour Episode 106 By Michael Welch and MiningWatch Canada, May 31, 2015
Monsanto, Cocaine and Colombia’s “War on Drugs” By Ethan A. Huff, May 27, 2015
BRICS Trample US in South America By Pepe Escobar, May 23, 2015
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Alleged Drug Trafficking in Venezuela: Government Rejects Attacks against Cabello, Launches Campaign By Rachael Boothroyd, May 23, 2015
Maquiladora Industry Wages in Central America Are Not Living Wages By Mateo Crossa, May 22, 2015
Haiti: Provisional Electoral Council Releases Final List of Candidates for Legislative Elections, Rejects Over One-Quarter of Candidates By Center for Economic and Policy Research, May 22, 2015
The United States Reengages Cuba: The Habit of Power By Louis A Perez Jr, May 20, 2015
Brazil’s Public Prosecutor Wants to Ban Monsanto’s Chemicals Following Recent Glyphosate-Cancer Link By Christina Sarich, May 14, 2015
Fidel Castro’s Remarks on the 70th Anniversary of Russia’s Great Patriotic War Victory By Stephen Lendman, May 14, 2015
Bermuda Suspends Glyphosate-Ridden Monsanto Roundup Indefinitely By Christina Sarich, May 13, 2015
Brazil Cancels $2 Billion Contract with Israeli Security Firm for 2016 Olympics By Charlotte Silver, May 13, 2015
BP Sued By Mexican Fishing Businesses for Deepwater Horizon Spill By Richard Smallteacher, May 12, 2015
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The Normalization of U.S.-Cuba Relations: the Best Accomplishment of President Barack Obama By Prof Rodrigue Tremblay, May 09, 2015
Monsanto Operatives Bully Academics Who Discuss Cancer Links to GMOs and Glyphosate (Roundup) By J. D. Heyes, May 07, 2015
Operation Condor Trial: US-Backed Conspiracy to “Kidnap, Disappear, Torture and Kill” Latin American Opponents of Dictatorships By Carlos Osorio, May 07, 2015
Haiti Reconstruction: World’s Largest Aid Contractor Chemonics’ Misleading Response to Report “The Haitian Money Pit” By Jake Johnston, May 07, 2015
Haiti: Hooligans Tied to President Martelly Attack Opposition Militants Demanding Higher Wages By Isabelle Papillon, May 06, 2015
Military Police Attack Brazilian Teachers, Leaving Over 200 Injured By Bill Van Auken, May 01, 2015
Understanding Cuban Democracy. Arnold August By Arnold August, April 29, 2015
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Argentina: A Case Study of Israel’s Zionist-Wall Street Destabilization Campaign By Prof. James Petras, April 27, 2015
30,000 Doctors in Argentina Demand that Glyphosate (Monsanto Roundup) Be Banned By Christina Sarich, April 27, 2015
Haiti: What Happened to the $10 Billion in U.S. Aid Pledged After the Earthquake? By Center for Economic and Policy Research, April 24, 2015
Haiti: Washington’s Front-Man, Michel Martelly and Its Police Force, MINUSTAH, Have to Go By Kim Ives, April 23, 2015
Why Cuba Won’t Extradite Assata Shakur By Matt Peppe, April 22, 2015
In the Wake of  the H1N1 Pandemic: Mexico's Ailing Economy is in Critical Condition
Mexico Police – Trained to Kill By Peter Koenig, April 22, 2015
Brazil Admits Monsanto’s Roundup Is Causing Cancer After Approving 3 GMO Crops By Christina Sarich, April 20, 2015
World in Crisis, Most Perilous Time in World History: Conversation with Stephen Lendman Global Research News Hour Episode 100 By Michael Welch and Stephen Lendman, April 19, 2015
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Bay of Pigs: Unforgettable Battle By Global Research News, April 18, 2015
Off the “Terrorist List”: Cuba, Obama and the US State Department By Binoy Kampmark, April 18, 2015
CIA Claims Release of its History of the Bay of Pigs Debacle Would “Confuse the Public.”
54 Years Ago, April 17, 1961: The Bay of Pigs Invasion of Cuba, A CIA led Operation By Nate Jones, April 17, 2015
Eduardo Galeano on Haiti By Kim Ives, April 16, 2015
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U.S. Blocked Declaration of “Right to Health Care”, Says Bolivia’s President at OAS Summit By Eric Zuesse, April 16, 2015
Demonstrators chant slogans during a protest against Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff at Paulista avenue in Sao Paulo
Who’s Protesting in Brazil and Why? By Bryan Pitts, April 15, 2015
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Bolivia’s Voters Reaffirm ‘Process of Change’ But Issue Warnings to the Governing MAS By Richard Fidler, April 15, 2015
El Salvador Farmers Beat Monsanto’s Monopoly: Refusing GMO and Outperforming with Record Crop Yields By Christina Sarich, April 14, 2015
Raul Castro’s Speech at the Panama Summit By ACN, April 14, 2015
Che Guevara was one of the 100 most influential people of the 20th century
Che Guevara’s Daughter Rejects Presence at Panama Summit of Man who Murdered her Father By ACN, April 14, 2015
Haiti: Second USAID Contractor Suspended Following Caracol Housing Debacle By Center for Economic and Policy Research, April 13, 2015
Yankee Imperialism in Panama By Stephen Lendman, April 12, 2015
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Is Puerto Rico on the Brink of Economic Disaster? By Timothy Alexander Guzman, April 12, 2015
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China Undermines Washington’s “Economic War” against Venezuela By Global Research News, April 10, 2015
As Oil Money Flowed, Clinton Turned Back on Rights Abuses in Colombia: Report By Deirdre Fulton, April 10, 2015
The Organization of American States (OAS) and the Re-establishment of Ties between the U.S. and Cuba By Birsen Filip, April 10, 2015
Haiti: Political Party KOD Rejects “U.S. Capitalists’ Rigged Elections”, Denounces Imperialists’ Project of Corrupt State By Haïti Liberté, April 09, 2015
Latin American Countries Want to Close All US Military Bases in Their Borders By John Vibes, April 08, 2015
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Bolivia’s Socialist Project and the Battle against Neoliberalism By Jeffery R. Webber, April 07, 2015
Colombian Report on US Military’s Child Rapes Not Newsworthy to US News Outlets By Adam Johnson, April 06, 2015
Johns Hopkins University Sued Over 1950s Non-Consensual STD Study By Nadia Prupis, April 03, 2015
Important Strike in Mexico: Farm Workers Paralyze Baja California Farms By Dan La Botz, April 03, 2015
Brazil: Economic Policy, The Protest Movement and the Débâcle of the Workers’ Party (PT) By Alfredo Saad-Filho, March 30, 2015
Drought in São Paulo: Brazil’s Megacity on Verge of Crisis as Water Rationing, Shutoffs Continue By William Hawes, March 28, 2015
Why Latin America Rejects US Military Presence By Joachim Hagopian, March 28, 2015
Costa Rican Ambassador Fired for Defending Venezuelan Government Amid Escalating Media War By Lucas Koerner, March 27, 2015
Haiti: Martelly Government is the Most Retrograde and the Most Subject to Foreign Dictates in Latin America and the Caribbean By Berthony Dupont, March 26, 2015
South American Amazon’s Forest Carbon Uptake Declines as Trees Die Faster By Global Research News, March 26, 2015
Latin America and the Anglo-American “Booby-Left” By Prof. James Petras, March 26, 2015
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America’s Colombian “Drug War” Herbicide Linked to Cancer. US Continues to Push World’s Most Lethal Drug: Tobacco By Robert Barsocchini, March 24, 2015
US Imperialism in Haiti. Criminality of the Michel Martelly Regime By Ezili Dantò, March 23, 2015