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A Honduran migrant recently released from federal detention boards a bus while carrying his two-year-old daughter at a bus depot on June 11, 2019, in McAllen, Texas. News
Urging 'New Good Neighbor Policy,' 100 Groups Demand Biden End US Destructive Imperialist Approach to Latin America
"The next administration must undo the brutal harms of the 2016-2020 Trump administration and must understand how past U.S. economic, security, and environmental policies have fueled mass migration."
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Cuban Asylum Seeker Describes Vicious Pepper Spray Attack on Hunger Strikers at ICE Detention Facility
More than 2,000 migrants and refugees in U.S. detention facilities have contracted Covid-19 as advocates demand their release.
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A demonstrator addresses the riot police that are blocking the entrance to I-195 during a protest in Miami on June 5, 2020. (Photo: Adam DelGiudice/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) Views
Lessons From Cuban Police
Contrary to the image of brutal and repressive communists, police in Cuba offer an instructive example for activists in the United States.
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Trump Hammers Cuba While Cuba Cures the Sick Worldwide
So great is the admiration for Cuban doctors that a global campaign has sprung up to award them the Nobel Peace Prize.
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 "Sanctions kill innocents indiscriminately just like bombs." News
70+ Groups Demand Trump Immediately End US Sanctions Against Iran, Venezuela, Cuba, and Others During Covid-19 Crisis
"In a context of global pandemic, impeding medical efforts in one country heightens the risk for all of us."
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Doctors and nurses of Cuba's Henry Reeve International Medical Brigade pose with a portrait of Cuban late leader Fidel Castro as they are bid farewell before travelling to hard-hit Italy to help in the fight against the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, at the Central Unit of Medical Cooperation in Havana, on March 21, 2020. (Photo: Yamil LAGE / AFP via Getty Images) Views
Cuba to the Rescue, But Don’t Tell the American People
As we move through this crisis, we see the tragedy of the rich superpower with its privatized, dysfunctional health care system failing its people, while its impoverished neighbor — under constant attack from the superpower — reaches out to help the world.
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The Promising Cuba/US Cooperation on Cancer
"The wonderful thing about working with our Cuban colleagues is that they really believe, in their heart of hearts, that medical care is a human right."
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The coronavirus pandemic is reshaping the world and what comes out on the other side may be something completely new when it comes to the global order. (Photo: CodePink) Views
Could COVID-19 Reshape Global Leadership?
The United States is failing miserably to provide a good example of how to successfully combat COVID-19, but other nations are offering better models of what can be done and should be done.
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 If successful, Biden would be the third Senator who voted for George Bush's Iraq War to win the Democratic presidential nomination, following the unsuccessful candidacies of John Kerry and Hillary Clinton. (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images) Views
Foreign Policy—the Primary Debate’s Final Frontier
Biden may not suffer from living in the Washington bubble, but we will. We will suffer the casualties—domestic and foreign—resulting from the continual military interventions that come with out-of-control spending.
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Economists Demand Trump Immediately Lift Iran, Cuba, and Venezuela Sanctions That Are 'Feeding the Coronavirus Epidemic'
"This policy is unconscionable and flagrantly against international law. It is imperative that the U.S. lift these immoral and illegal sanctions."
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