Other News – Voices Against the Tide

The Strategic Battle for Lithium. Huge Reserves in Bolivia, Argentina, Chile

On March 15, 2018, Maurizio Stefanini, reporter of an italian right think-tank, complained that the huge reserve of Lithium present in Bolivia was in the hands of the State“” and of the bad example“” of Evo Morales. (1) In the same article it was pointed out that, on the contrary, Chile and Argentina,... (continua)

Unpacking Media Propaganda About Bolivia’s Election

Pro-coup editorials rely on -and misreport-questionable evidence from the dubious OASTo endorse the coup in Bolivia, numerous editorials in major US media outlets paint President Evo Morales as undemocratic. Exhibit A in their case is the Organization of American States’ (OAS) claims that there was fraud in the... (continua)

Bogaletch Gebre È Morta. Addio Alla Più Grande Donna Femminista Etiope Della Storia

Essere una donna a Kembatta-Tembarro può trasformarsi in un vero incubo. Nella piccola regione etiope, “le donne non hanno più valore delle mucche”, non hanno accesso ai servizi di scolarizzazione e sono costrette a subire in silenzio abusi e violenze. Nella maggior parte dell’Etiopia, il fenomen... (continua)

UN calls for talks to end Bolivia crisis as death toll rises

Violent confrontations, highway blockades cause supply shortages as Anez moves to revise Morales-era policies.A Bolivian official said a United Nations envoy is urging the government of the Andean country’s interim president and supporters of self-exiled leader Evo Morales to begin talks on resolving... (continua)

Facing the resignation of President Evo Morales and the coup d’état in Bolivia

The resignation of Evo Morales, President of Bolivia, and of Vice-President Álvaro García Lineras is undoubtedly a regrettable fact, not only for Bolivia, but for all democratic processes on the continent and in the world. The international rejection has been categorical to the coup d’état that has been consumm... (continua)

The Money Farmers: How Oligarchs and Populists Milk the E.U. for Millions

The European Union spends $65 billion a year subsidizing agriculture. But a chunk of that money emboldens strongmen, enriches politicians and finances corrupt dealing.CSAKVAR, Hungary — Under Communism, farmers labored in the fields that stretch for miles around this town west of Budapest, reaping wheat and cor... (continua)

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