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The United States Shows Its Contempt for Venezuelan Democracy
Washington's clumsy efforts to de-legitimise Venezuela's election mark an escalation of its push for regime change
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'More Alive Than Ever': World Reacts to Loss of Venezuela's Hugo Chávez
Following the death of Hugo Chávez Frías on Tuesday, world leaders and supporters of the Venezuelan leftist leader were sharing their condolences and commenting on the legacy left on his country, Latin America, and the world. The following is just a sample of some of those reactions. Bolivian...
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How a Washington Global Torture Gulag Was Turned Into the Only Gulag-Free Zone on Earth
The Latin American Exception
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Power, Privilege, and Climate Change: A Tale of Two Presidents
As I watched a video of Barack Obama delivering his second inaugural address last month, and listened to his call to “respond to the threat of climate change” lest we “betray our children and future generations,” I could not help but think of another president. Indeed, the very holding of the event...
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Hurtling Towards Climate Chaos: US Oil Production Set to Explode
Flying in face of dire climate figures, US continues to embrace fossil fuels
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All of Earth Now a Mercury Hotspot
Nearly a year ago, I interviewed David Evers, the executive director of Maine’s Biodiversity Research Institute, on the revelation that insect-eating inland songbirds can accumulate mercury at dangerous levels every bit as much as fish-eating river and coastal birds. He called the findings a “game-...
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Chávez's Illness 'Severe' But Venezuela's Socialist Ideals Healthy
Concerns for Chávez's health heighten, but Venezuelan leader's vision assured
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2013 and Beyond: Fracking, Drone Wars, and an Apocalypse Foretold
The US intelligence community’s New Year’s wishes
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Revolutionary Resolutions for 2013
Mark Twain once said, “ New Year’s is a harmless annual institution, of no particular use to anybody save as a scapegoat for promiscuous drunks, and friendly calls and humbug resolutions. ” Although there isn’t much evidence to dispute such a claim, perhaps it’s time to create some. With that in...
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Hugo Chavez Defies Doubters As He Wins A New Term
Turnout, Tensions High as Venezuelans Head to the Polls
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