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The Fifth International - notes towards a coherent proposal (Latin America)

Tuesday 2 March 2010 by CEPRID
Salah Ahmine Nicaragua Socialista The issue of the Fifth International is an old debate of many decades and it looks as though in our days we want to ³invent² iced water once more. Depending on who is broaching the matter today, we can see the underlying interests that accompany this proposal. (...) > continue


Nicaragua: Opposition seek amnesty to pardon theft of over US$900 million during neo liberal governments (Latin America)

Tuesday 2 March 2010 by CEPRID
Karla Jacobs Tortilla con Sal Last week, on January 28th, a group of seven deputies belonging to former president Arnoldo Aleman’s PLC and former presidential candidate Eduardo Montelalegre’s MVE presented a bill proposing an amnesty for over 1,500 former public officials who are accused of (...) > continue


Nicaragua: Opposition seek amnesty to pardon theft of over US$900 million during neo liberal governments (Latin America)

Monday 22 February 2010 by CEPRID
Karla Jacobs Tortilla con Sal Last week, on January 28th, a group of seven deputies belonging to former president Arnoldo Aleman’s PLC and former presidential candidate Eduardo Montelalegre’s MVE presented a bill proposing an amnesty for over 1,500 former public officials who are accused of (...) > continue


Emir Sader: The Post-Neoliberal Challenge (Latin America)

Saturday 23 January 2010 by CEPRID
Carlos Rivera Lugo CEPRID/Claridad With the passing of a year and the coming of another, it’s time to look at the balance sheet and define the prospects. Who can help us do so better than Brazilian sociologist and political scientist Emir Sader, one of the best-known critical thinkers in our (...) > continue


Nicaragua, ALBA and intellectual betrayal (Latin America)

Sunday 10 January 2010 by CEPRID
toni solo Tortilla con Sal People in Latin America have frequently found themselves fighting regular forces and mercenary contractors coordinated ultimately by the United States Southern Command, the State Department and related US government bodies. That was true in Central America in the (...) > continue


Honduras : a defining moment – the West discredited, ALBA vindicated (Latin America)

Sunday 12 July 2009 by CEPRID
Toni Solo CEPRID The coup in Honduras has made it clearer than ever that rich country corporate media and their regional media partners deliberately misinform and disinform. Over the last year, events like the municipal elections in Nicaragua, Israel’s genocidal war on Gaza, the elections in (...) > continue


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


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


"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


Coverage of ALBA in Nicaragua’s corporate media: when intellectual integrity no longer fits the bill (Latin America)

Saturday 20 September 2008 by CEPRID
Karla Jacobs CEPRID The opposition media in Nicaragua claim President Daniel Ortega’s government manages the multimillion dollar Venezuelan cooperation in a dishonest and fraudulent fashion. According to these media outlets the government is probably creating a secret public debt of massive (...) > continue


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