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The Russian revolution: some economic notes
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The Russian revolution: some economic notes

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By: Michael Roberts / Source: The Next Recession / The Dawn News / November 8, 2017 It’s almost exactly 100 years to the day (on the modern calendar) since the revolutionary insurrection in St Petersburg that led to the Bolshevik wing of the Russian Social Democrats gaining control of the […]

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Oliver Tambo and Fidel Castro Statues Unveiled in S. Africa
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Oliver Tambo and Fidel Castro Statues Unveiled in S. Africa

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The unveiling of the statues marks the centenary of Oliver Tambo’s birth and the one-year anniversary of Fidel Castro’s death.   Source: TeleSUR TV / The Dawn News / October 26, 2017 Statues commemorating two of history’s most notable figures — Oliver Tambo, one of the driving forces behind South Africa’s […]

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Almamy Samory Touré. Photo credit: Wikimedia
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Samori Touré: African Leader and Resistant to French Imperialism

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  One of the great kings, and fighters of African freedom was the great Samori Touré. Over 100 years ago, Samori Touré was captured by the French and deported to Gabon where he died of pneumonia. But who was Samori Touré? Well, Samori Touré was born in 1830 in Manyambaladugu (some texts […]

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Evo Morales Homages Che Guevara: “Being A Guerrilla Is Not A Crime”
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Evo Morales Homages Che Guevara: “Being A Guerrilla Is Not A Crime”

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Thousands Homage Che Guevara In Colombia Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / Photo credit: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / October 8, 2017 Last October 8, 50 years after the murder of Che Guevara, thousands of people who vindicate his legacy of struggle arrived in La Higuera, Vallegrande, where the Argentine-Cuban […]

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The Empire’s Amnesia –
Interview Latin America U.S.

The Empire’s Amnesia –

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When it comes to imperialism, Latin America never forgets, and the United States never remembers. Interview with Greg Grandin / Source: Jacobin Mag / The Dawn News / May 19, 2017 Jacobin : The United States has always had a peculiar relationship with Latin America compared to other parts of the […]

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