The Year in Latin America: The Right Continues to Advance, but so do Popular Movements + Latin America Teeters on the Edge of Revolution

The Year in Latin America: The Right Continues to Advance, but so do Popular Movements + Latin America Teeters on the Edge of Revolution

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TheRealNews on Dec 30, 2019

2019 presented a complicated and mixed legacy for Latin America. Right-wing governments continued to make electoral in-roads, but popular uprisings against neoliberalism also left their mark on the region, says TRNN’s Greg Wilpert.

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Latin America teeters on the edge of revolution

RT on Dec 30, 2019

Latin America has had more than its fair share of turmoil in 2019. Protests have raged from Venezuela and Bolivia to Chile and Ecuador.

from the archives:

Chris Hedges: The Culture of Violence in Central America

Chris Hedges: Empire Striking Back In Latin America

Another U.S. Regime Change Operation Is Taking Shape In Mexico by Rainer Shea

Chris Hedges: Maintaining The US Empire Is A Bipartisan Consensus + Why Corporate Media Fakes The News

Greg Palast: It’s About Overturning Democracy In Bolivia–It’s A Coup d’Etat

US Hand In Bolivia Coup by Finian Cunningham + After Morales Ousted in Coup, the Lithium Question Looms Large by Vijay Prashad + Interview with Evo Morales

Abby Martin and Mike Prysner: Installing A Fascist Rule In Bolivia + Anya Parampil: Debunking Bolivian Coup Myths

Chris Hedges: From the Bolivarian Revolution and Hugo Chavez to US sanctions and the Overt Attempt to Overthrow Venezuela

Abby Martin: US Sanctions are Crimes Against Humanity + The War On Venezuela Is Built On Lies by John Pilger

The Siege of Venezuela and The Travails of Empire by Jim Kavanagh (must-read)

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