In the four years he led Burkina Faso before being assassinated on October 15, 1987, the revolutionary leader dared to ‘invent the future’ with visionary policies on education, health, women’s rights and economic independence.
Though inconclusive, the latest election results in Catalonia suggest the Spanish establishment’s credibility continues to be low.
The parents of the Ayotzinapa students have kept up a dogged campaign for a year with a battle cry: “They took them alive, we want them back alive”.
But Che Guevara’s daughter criticised the Cuban Communist Party for asking the people to attend the Papal mass
The upsurge in national film production has come with a revival in the theatre and music industries, thanks to government investment
Pinochet’s military dictatorship served as the staging ground for a neo-liberal reordering of the Chilean economy just at the time Reagan and Thatcher were evangelising the doctrine as an antidote to failed Communism.
President Rafael Correa of Ecuador has started the ‘Chevron’s Dirty Hands’ international campaign to draw attention to an environmental disaster that the giant oil company refuses to pay for
The elections have confirmed that, despite the growing discontent, the Mexican Left still lacks a unifying figure or an organisational network that can counteract the influence of the larger parties
With general elections due in November, the Spanish establishment and its European allies have less than six months to work out the Podemos conundrum.
Petrocasas could be incorporated into the national disaster management plan and be another item to Make in India