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The new Cuban Constitution was affirmed by 87% of the country’s voting public on February 24, 2019, following an extensive process of public debate and popular participation. It is largely an aspirational document that seeks to move the country forward, economically and socially, while retaining socialism as the ideology of the revolution.
- It’s Official: the Monroe Doctrine Is Back. And as the Latest US Attack on Cuba Shows, Its Purpose Is to Serve the Neoliberal Order.
- Socialist Cuba Decides: Cubans Vote in Full Force to Approve the New Constitution
- Cuban Constitution of 2019
- The U.S.’ Refusal of Entry to Arnold August Is a Dangerous Precedent for All Activists
- Steve Ellner, expert on Venezuela: The only exit to the Venezuelan crisis is “negotiations with no conditions”
It’s Official: the Monroe Doctrine Is Back. And as the Latest US Attack on Cuba Shows, Its Purpose Is to Serve the Neoliberal Order.
By Peter Bolton In November 2013, then-Secretary of State John Kerry declared: “The era of the Monroe Doctrine is over.”1
Plight with Panamanian Institutions: An Interview with Independent Presidential Hopeful Dr. Miguel Antonio Bernal
| by Rachel Rosenberg Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs To download a PDF of this article,
Steve Ellner, expert on Venezuela: The only exit to the Venezuelan crisis is “negotiations with no conditions”
The renowned scholar, Steve Ellner gave the keynote speech at the Council of Hemispheric Affairs’ (COHA) first event of its
As the coup attempt in Venezuela stumbles, it’s time that Guaidó recognize that regime change has failed and accept the path of dialogue
On March 16, 2019, more than 1000 activists from across the U.S. gathered in Washington, DC for the “U.S Hands Off Venezuela!” demonstration. However, Canadian journalist Arnold August was not one of them – earlier in the day he was unjustly denied entry into the United States at U.S. Customs and Immigration in the Montreal Airport.