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60 Years After the Cuban Missile Crisis
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60 Years After the Cuban Missile Crisis
October 19, 2022

With the conflict in Ukraine putting the world back on the brink, Robert Dodge confronts the false narrative that nuclear weapons make us safe.

Mexico Leads in Opposing the Cuba Blockade and U.S. Imperialism
May 19, 2022

Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) visited Cuba on May 8-9. He began by highlighting regional unity as good for equal promotion of economic development for all states. AMLO addressed themes he had discussed previously when Cuban president Miguel Diaz-Canel visited Mexico City in 2021.

Mexico Leads in Opposing the Cuba Blockade and U.S. Imperialism
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The Summit of the Americas Could Be Biden’s Next Foreign Policy Embarrassment
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The Summit of the Americas Could Be Biden’s Next Foreign Policy Embarrassment
May 16, 2022

The grandly named Summit of the Americas is due to be held in Los Angeles next month, if the Biden administration can decide who to invite and what to talk about if they turn up. As things stand, Bolivia, Mexico, Argentina, Honduras and most of the Caribbean states have said they will not attend if Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua are not included.

CIA, NATO and the Great Heroin Coup: How Miami Became the Center of International Fascism and the Murder of President Kennedy
May 10, 2022

The logic of Northwoods was the stripe of Gladio. The general staff inclined towards prefabricated violence because they believed benefits gained by the state count more than injustice against individuals.

CIA, NATO and the Great Heroin Coup: How Miami Became the Center of International Fascism and the Murder of President Kennedy
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A Glance at the Cuban Missile Crisis
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A Glance at the Cuban Missile Crisis
March 25, 2022

As the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation’s (NATO) plans for expansion plays out on Russia’s borders, the question of sovereignty and defense could be recalled through the Cuban Missile Crisis of October 1962.

Twice in a Century: Russia Faces a War of Annihilation
March 14, 2022

The problem here is not what Russia is doing, the problem is that a different standard is always applied to the United States.

Twice in a Century: Russia Faces a War of Annihilation
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Cubans Will Not Forget U.S. Treachery
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Cubans Will Not Forget U.S. Treachery
February 10, 2022

Is the U.S. in a position to maintain the embargo upon the pretext of bringing democracy to Cuba with its record in destabilising secure states, even those upholding democracy?

Marti’s Relevance to the Cuban Revolution
February 2, 2022

Marti was an important prelude to Cuba’s ongoing tenacity to define its liberation according to revolutionary values, as opposed to colonial and imperial impositions.

Marti’s Relevance to the Cuban Revolution
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