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After Party Loss, Venezuela's Maduro Vows to Continue "Socialist Revolution"
"I can say today that economic war has triumphed," president says in concession speech
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Beware Washington's High Hopes for 'Chavista' Defeat in Venezeula
Though headlines in the U.S. press are already cheering the possible downfall of the revolution built by the late Hugo Chavez, the government's prospects are not quite as dire as they might appear
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Snowden Leak Reveals Obama Government Ordered NSA, CIA to Spy on Venezuela Oil Firm
U.S. intelligence agents posing as diplomats in Caracas helped an NSA analyst try to crack open PDVSA’s computer network.
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Clinton Ally Refuses to Apologize for Super PAC Attack on Bernie Sanders
Email from the Correct the Record super PAC attempted to couple Sanders with more "extreme" positions taken by newly-elected Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn
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Grandmaster of the Great Game: Maintaining American Supremacy in the 21st Century
In ways that have eluded Washington pundits and policymakers, President Barack Obama is deploying a subtle geopolitical strategy that, if successful, might give Washington a fighting chance to extend its global hegemony deep into the twenty-first century. After six years of silent, sometimes secret...
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Clinton Super PAC Attacks Bernie as Dems Double Down on Dark Money
Rhetoric aside, mainstream Democrats seem to be growing increasingly comfortable with super PACs
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The Case for Pragmatism
Since American neocons emerged in the 1980s, they have pushed an aggressive “regime change” strategy that has left bloody chaos in their wake. The cumulative impact, including Mideast refugees flooding Europe and overuse of sanctions, is now contributing to a global economic crisis.
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Greek Austerity and Its Resemblance to African Debt Peonage
On July 16 this year protests erupted outside Greek parliament as lawmakers were approving further harsh austerity plan in exchange for a third European bailout. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras won by 229 votes to 64 while 32 members of his own Syriza party voted against the measures, including...
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The Honduran Meltdown: Made in USA
Six years after the coup in Honduras, it's time for another history lesson.
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No Room for Business as Usual at the Summit of the Americas
While all eyes during the Summit of the Americas in Panama were on the hemisphere’s presidents and political intrigues, such as the meeting between President Obama and Cuban President Castro or the hostilities between the United States and Venezuela, far more substantial was the separate meeting...
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