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The Latin America WikiLeaks Files
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The Latin America WikiLeaks Files

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US diplomatic cables reveal a coordinated assault against Latin America’s left-wing governments.   By: Alexander Main & Dan Beeton / Source: Jacobinmag.com / September 29, 2015   Earlier this summer, the world watched Greece try to resist a disastrous neoliberal diktat and get a painful thrashing in the process. When Greece’s left […]

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Members of Syriza Youth protest the new austerity package in July. Panagiotis Maidis / VICE Greece
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Why We Broke With Syriza

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Outgoing members of Syriza Youth explain why they won’t be supporting their parent party in tomorrow’s election.     By: Syriza Youth Central Committee Members / Source: Jacobinmag.com / September 19, 2015   On September 1, the majority of the Syriza Youth‘s leadership signed the following statement. Eight out of the eleven Left Platform members […]

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Syria and Putin’s geo-political vision
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Syria and Putin’s geo-political vision

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By: Angel Guerra Cabrera / Source: Cubadebate.cu / The Dawn / October 8, 2015 40% of IS’ infrastructure in Syria has been destroyed since Russia began its attacks. Last friday, 200 IS activists and 2 commanders were killed. Despite the fierce western propaganda against it, the operation of the Russian […]

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A Japanese farmer holding placard against Trans-Pacific Partnership participates in a rally against Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's administration in Tokyo, Japan, June 13, 2015. Japan's top government spokesman said on Saturday he desired the swift passage of a U.S. bill that is part of a package central to President Barack Obama's push for a Pacific Rim trade pact. The Japanese government sees a successful TPP agreement as a key part of its initiative to revive the country's economic fortunes. REUTERS/Yuya Shino - RTX1GBDQ
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What is the Secret TPP Agreement and Why Should you be Concerned?

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Last Monday, US, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam agreed on the terms of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a regional trade agreement that will affect 40% of the world economy. What will be the consequences of the TPP and why have some took […]

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