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Nicaragua : manufactured consent and the neocolonialist Left (Latin America)

Friday 22 May 2009 by CEPRID
Toni Solo Feinting Left on certain themes and issues while in practice siding with the Right has long been a tactic of progressive or liberal people in the intellectual managerial classes that dominate information and debate. While the Internet may have expanded the membership of those classes (...) > continue


Hizbollah fundamentalism overtakes Christian liberalism on the left (Middle East)

Monday 11 May 2009 by CEPRID
Agustín Velloso CEPRID On March 28th last, one could read an article in a national daily newspaper entitled "To the rescue of the Market: the Left". The newspaper considered the protagonists of the rescue to be the progressive leaders of the West, among them Joe Biden, Gordon Brown, Michelle (...) > continue


Education, health care, water: three reasons the country voted for the FSLN last November (Latin America)

Monday 20 April 2009 by CEPRID
Karla Jacobs Tortilla con Sal The opposition forces in Nicaragua, which consist of the different right wing and center right political parties, the corporate media and a number of influential NGOs, claim that the FSLN, in cahoots with the Supreme Electoral Council (CSE), perpetrated massive (...) > continue


Israel’s war crimes: Calls for investigation into Gaza attacks (Middle East)

Monday 30 March 2009 by CEPRID
Richard Falk Le Monde diplomatique Israel blamed its earlier wars on the threat to its security, even that against Lebanon in 1982. However, its assault on Gaza was not justified and there are international calls for an investigation. But is there the political will to make Israel account for (...) > continue


Tito’s partisans and events in Palestine (Middle East)

Friday 20 February 2009 by CEPRID
by Alberto Cruz, CEPRID The recent massacre carried out by 21st century would-be Nazis under the auspices of Israel’s Zionist regime, has again shown the persistence of the neither-nors, an old tradition of one sector supposedly of the left wing. On public demonstrations and in written analysis (...) > continue


"The Observer" : a Nicaraguan day out for genocide’s Boswells (Latin America)

Tuesday 10 February 2009 by CEPRID
by toni solo On January 11th, the UK’s Observer newspaper published an article on Nicaragua.(1) The Observer is one of a group of prestigious social democrat European newspapers who all tend to filter news on Latin America via fiction, half-truths and downright lies. The Observer article sticks (...) > continue


Proceedings of the Beirut International Forum - Closing Statement

To support Peoples’ Anti-Imperialistic Resistance and the building of Alternatives to Globalization (Middle East)

Monday 2 February 2009 by CEPRID
On the initiative ( ) and the support of several research centers, associations, syndicates and political, cultural and social movements, The Beirut International Forum was held on 16, 17 and 18 January 2009, attended by Arab and international delegations and eminent authorities from five (...) > continue


Sacred monsters : a footnote to the genocide in Gaza (Middle East)

Monday 12 January 2009 by CEPRID
by toni solo One can only  hope Israel’s genocide in Gaza makes it impossible in future for hypocritical, sadistic governments and their leaders, especially Israel’s allies in North America and Europe, to defend Israel’s occupation of Palestine. Those governments’ sham efforts for a ceasefire have (...) > continue


Humanizing the West (Middle East)

Sunday 11 January 2009 by CEPRID
by Agustín Velloso CEPRID/REBELION Two hundred dead, three hundred, four hundred - what difference does ahundred here or there make? More than five thousand have died since thestart of the second Intifada and many thousands more since Israel cameinto existence 60 years ago - and neither the UN (...) > continue


Mumbai, the Indian elite and the naxalites (Asia)

Tuesday 30 December 2008 by CEPRID
Alberto Cruz CEPRID The attacks in Mumbai at the end of November have led to every kind of analysis, especially geopolitical. One must remember that the strategic alliance between India and Israel has much to do with the recent surge in Islamist movements in India. Without doubt the interests (...) > continue


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