Garry Leech looks back on the historic struggles of Colombia's black community.
James Suggett on the true purpose behind the build-up of the US military presence in Colombia.
Whatever David Cameron may be saying publicly, massive public sector cuts will be a certainty if the Tories win the next election, as Steve Jones explains.
As Afghanistan goes to the polls amid a flurry of rhetoric about democratising the Middle East, Ramzy Baroud considers the democratic credentials of a US-led military campaign characterised by large-scale bombings and summary executions.
Peter Tatchell urges readers to show their support for Israeli human rights campaigner Ezra Nawi.
Guardian journalist George Monbiot discusses climate change with the Oxford-based environmentalist Paul Kingsnorth.
Socialist Appeal's Adam Booth says the Vestas closure is just another manifestation of an economic system which prioritises private interests over the public good.
Uri Avnery on how the battle over the identity of the historic port of Acre reflects wider struggles over cultural identity in Israel-Palestine.
Tamara Pearson on mounting tensions between Venezuela and Colombia.
The 'pragmatism' of the Fatah Congress threatens to derail the Palestinian national project,as Ramzy Baroud explains.