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BY Jim Byrne | Nicaragua | 6/10/18
In November of 2016, president of Nicaragua Daniel Ortega was elected for a third term with 72% approval. Despite what the U.S. government says about Nicaraguan elections, the Carter Center’s election observer teams routinely praise Nicaragua’s fair and free elections.
BY Nathaniel Wallace | Jersey City, NJ | 3/25/18
The U.S. opioid epidemic is yet another chapter in the shameful history of U.S. public health policy failing working-class Americans.
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BY Dave Schneider | United States | 1/06/18
You would think the most progressive land reform in the history of Africa would be something to celebrate.
BY Dave Schneider | Jacksonville, FL | 2/07/17
On Jan. 23, President Donald Trump signed an executive action withdrawing the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal.
BY Jose Maria Sison | Haiti | 1/26/10
More than ever, the earthquake disaster in Haiti exposes the social vulnerability and devastation caused by two centuries of colonial slavery, debt bondage and modern imperialism.
BY Naomi Nakamura | United States | 10/12/09
When I heard that the Nobel Peace Prize had been awarded to President Barack Obama, I was shocked.
BY Hatem Abudayyeh | Palestine | 5/26/09
Israeli right-winger Benjamin Netanyahu, who stated that Israel did not “go far enough” in its 22-day invasion and massacre of 1400 Palestinians in Gaza earlier this year and who has never accepted even the possibility of an independent state for the Palestinians, is now the new prime minister.
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BY Jess Sundin | United States | 3/05/08
Raul Reyes, a leading member of the FARC - the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia - was killed by the U.S. backed Colombian government March 1.
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