Latin-America Caribbean

Defend Social Progress Against the New US Militarization of Venezuela

Saturday March 27, 11.30am- 4.30pm (Registration from 11.00) at Bolivar Hall, 54 Grafton Way, London, W1T 5DL (Nearest tube: Warren Street.)

Public Meeting on Haiti for English-speakers in Paris

The American Graduate School (AGS) in Paris is to host a series of political discussions, the first of which will certainly be of interest to left activists.

How British voters can help Cuba

With the General Election just a couple of months away, CSC needs the help of UK voters to contact over 2,500 Prospective Parliamentary Candidates from all parties to find out their views on Cuba.

No 'Common Policy', as Europe grapples over its future ties with Cuba

In January, Spain took over the presidency of the Council of the European Union. Despite being deeply affected by the global financial crisis, Spain confidently proclaimed ambitious objectives for its term at the head of the EU, including the cancellation of the EU’s “Common Position.” The latter defines the EU policy towards Cuba that has been in place since 1996.

Haiti's unnatural disaster

The 150,000 Haitian people estimated (as I write) to have died in the earthquake were, in a sense, victims of a natural disaster.

Solidarity with Haiti: Tens of thousands of Haitians need our support

Each minute counts for thousands and thousands of Haitians, children, women and men, still buried under the debris.

Netherlands Antilles' Break Up Continues as Its Geopolitical Importance Mounts

The upcoming May 15 referendum in Curaçao is sure to have important repercussions for the political fut

US Arms Sales to Latin America

April 10, 2005 17:27 |by Larry Birns and Sarah Schaffer

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