Felipe Stuart Cournoyer. Luis Hernández Navarro interviews Bolivian Vice President Álvaro García Linera. Axis of Logic Exclusive. , Axis of Logic
Introduction by Felipe Stuart Cournoyer
Bolivia’s Vice President Álvaro García Linera brought a message of hope and anti-imperialist commitment to Mexico in the first week of February. Speaking to an overflow assembly of students and university personnel at Mexico City’s UNAM (National Autonomous University), he said that the government led... » read this article
Editor's Note: This is a rare article co-authored by Simon Romero, NYT's favorite counter-revolutionary writers in South America that we can "digest". It's an interesting report about& quinoa, a valuable Bolivian natural resource exploited by foreign countries. It also underscores the effect of malnutrition caused by capitalism, imperialism and the... » read this article
Existing international economic institutions and relations operate in ways detrimental to third world development. That is why eight Latin American and Caribbean countries—led by Venezuela, Cuba, and Bolivia—are working to build the Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas (ALBA), a regional initiative designed to promote new, nonmarket-shaped structures and patterns of... » read this article
Update 2: Due to the extremely high degree of interest and numerous comments generated by this event, we interviewed authorities today and took them the questions YOU posted in our forums. (Posted below the video)
Update 1: The number of dead fish and other water-dependent wildlife has increased to about... » read this article
Recent scenes of roadblocks, strikes and even the dynamiting of a vice-minister’s home in the Bolivian department (administrative district) of Potosi, reminiscent of the days of previous neoliberal governments, have left many asking themselves what is really going on in the “new” Bolivia of indigenous President Evo Morales.
Since... » read this article
Editor's Note: Margarita Lacabe translated the lyrics of Mercedes Sosa's beautiful revolutionary song, "Juana Azurduy" from Spanish into English. Along with the music video republished below from her website, Margarita describes how she came to revisit the memory of Juana Azurduy, the significance of revolutionary women in Latin American history and the... » read this article
Laura Flanders interviews Oliver Stone and Tariq Ali , Grit TV. ABC
Latin America has seen rapid changes over recent years, most significantly with the rise of left-leaning leaders who are willing to fight massive corporations and even stand up to the massive presence of the US in their countries. Director Oliver Stone decided to go to Venezuela to meet Chavez for... » read this article
Editor's Note: Correspondent, Hendrick Voss asks:
"Will it also take 40 years until we can read the transcripts of conversations that took place in the State Department and in the U.S. embassy in Tegucigalpa last year when the decision was made that Zelaya’s overtures to the Honduran left wing had... » read this article
United Nations, May 7 (Prensa Latina)
"The United States took preference tariffs from Bolivia and we are better off without them," Bolivian President Evo Morales asserted at the UN on Friday.
"No more subjection, I do not fear US blackmailing, impositions or conditions," said Morales during a press conference at... » read this article
During Bolivian President Evo Morales’s first official visit to
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s home state of Barinas on Thursday,
the two socialist allies agreed to continue increasing bi-national
cooperation in the areas of food and energy production.
The presidents signed accords that will lead to the creation of six
joint... » read this article