Opinions

Nuclear arsenal and climate militarisation: An explosive mix

“…Don’t forget Of the rose of the rose Of the rose of Hiroshima The hereditary rose The radioactive rose Stupid and invalid The rose with cirrhosis The anti-atomic rose Without colour without perfume Without rose without anything”. (Vinícius de Moraes)…

COP26 from “Bla Bla Bla” to a Global Eco Civil Rights Movement

By Alejandro JARA WEITZMANN Dear friends, dear all, For two weeks we have been immersed in one of the most delicate forums for the future of mankind, vibrating with glimpses of hope but also danger along the road of complex…

Peru: Democracy and the dismissal of the government

Representatives of the opposition bench in the Peruvian Congress have openly called for the impeachment of the President of Peru, José Pedro Castillo Terrones, on the grounds that he is permanently morally unfit to govern and is causing political instability…

Lions in the ring

Trapped in a circus of doubts and promises, we do not foresee the outcome. I remember when the most exciting part of circus shows was the lion episode. Of course, in those days, the cruelty of such an act did…

Xiomara Castro, the rebirth of Honduras

The humiliations suffered by undocumented Central American migrants who try to cross Mexico to reach the United States, seeking safety from the institutional violence of the narco-state, in the case of Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, have hurt a lot.…

Ode to women on the days against gender violence

Rocío Escobar (Image by Rocío Escobar) Coinciding with the International Day against Violence against Women (25 November), which also marks the beginning of the 16 days of activism against gender violence promoted by the IANSA Network (International Action Network against…

Philippine Election 2022: Church and State in Dissonance #3

Article II, Section 6 of the Philippine Constitution states that the separation of the Church and State is inviolable. The principle first appeared in the Malolos Constitution of 1899 which was later on sustained in several amendments. Framers must have…

Chile: Kast or Boric

If with so many presidential candidates in the first round of elections abstention was higher than the number of voters, nothing presages that now the situation could change and not be even more those who are reluctant to vote for…

Washington’s lackeys and the elections in Venezuela

Despite the fact that independent international observers have confirmed and revealed that the elections that took place in Venezuela were exemplary, the establishment insists on stigmatising the Bolivarian country through articles that seek to cast suspicion on the electoral process…

Who is Martín Cruz Feilberg?

The name of Martín Cruz Feilberg is currently making the rounds of all the local media in Chubut and Río Negro, including the national media in Buenos Aires. This man is accused and charged as one of those responsible for…

1 2 3 347