Tuesday, May 17, 2022

The Heroes of Hotel Saratoga

While the government acts and the public press teaches immediacy and sensitivity, people from the streets, from all kinds of professions, continue to help their compatriots

U.S.: On the Way to Right-Wing Coup and Civil War?

The threat of a right-wing coup d'état and civil war has greatly increased in recent years to become the subject of heated discussion in the United States, not only in academia, but also in military, political and business circles, and in the media.

China: the leap to the Americas’ playing field

The entry of Chinese funds into the Americas is a sign of the shift of power in the world, from West to East.

Ernesto “Che” Guevara: A Character in Search of His Biography

Che Guevara was one of the three main theorists of the anti-capitalist revolution in all the countries of what was then called the Third World, alongside Mao Zedong and Frantz Fanon, following the second World War.

Lula: It is the workers who drive the real economy

The former president and candidate for the October elections analyzes the situation of the labor market in Brazil and the deterioration of the population's living conditions

The History of May Day

A Brief History of Working Class Day, written by the English historian Eric Hobsbawm on the occasion of the centenary of the celebration of the day.



In the same path that the debates and analysis of the social movements in the region, the 555th
edition of our magazine offers a panoramic view of the current situation in Latin America and the
Caribbean, through a series of scenarios, dialogues, problems and alternatives.


Geopolitics and imperialism

Regional integration

Enviromental crisis

Communications and technology

Economy and corporations

Movements and alternatives

Politics and State

History and critical thinking

Art and culture