The relationship between Cuba and the United States is a relationship of history and politics.
Tag Archive: Latin America
While some of the mainstream media are unsuccessfully seeking to tarnish Castro's image, thousands upon thousands of messages are pouring into Cuba from literally all over the world to pay homage to him
5th March marked one year since the death of Hugo ChÃ¡vez, the great Venezuelan revolutionary, who was an inspiration to the masses in Latin America and across the world
It seems that the drug war in Mexico has driven the drug gangs deep into the remotest areas of the jungles of Central America
The miners of northern Brazil live by the laws of power, honour, money and lust. But sometimes, karma asserts itself too, writes George Monbiot.
In the run up to the 8th December municipal elections in Venezuela, the campaign of speculation, hoarding, profiteering, overpricing and sabotage of the economy has intensified
Shirley Langer, author of 'Anita's revolution', lived and worked in Cuba for almost five years in the mid 1960s. She describes how, after the revolution, Cubans managed to eradicate illiteracy in a matter of months.
Linda Rogers reviews a novel by Shirley Langer, friend of Cuba and witness to the early years of the revolution
John Green provides an analysis of and background to today's election in Venezuela
Congratulations to the British Falkland Islanders, including the large Saint Helenian community there, some of whom are my relatives on my mother's side, writes David Lindsay after a referendum that was controversial in some parts of the world.