The combined clash of Trump and Sanders will, perhaps, serve as an electroshock to a political class that –as confirmed by most US Americans– refuses to look reality in the face.
This is a UNEAC invitation to discussion with Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko in Havana, Thursday, May 26, 2016, from their e-mail.
Cuba has been isolated from the US capitalist system but this has not eroded Cubans’ will to build a socialist future infinitely more democratic than that offered by capitalism.
In Gen. Mattis' lecture at CSIS after predicting a dreadful future for the Middle East, he denounced the dangers of the Iranian revolution and called for war against Iran.
Think tanks are intended to demolish their opponents through a display of apparent superiority of resources that does not always correspond to reality.
Washington hopes "people-to-people" travel will turn Cubans against their government and toward capitalism, but that will not succeed.
He is considered by many one of the most important Marxist theorists of the twentieth century, especially in relation to the theory of revolution in the imperialist epoch: his theory of permanent revolution.
Micheal Ratner was an insuperable paradigm of a generation that wanted to conquer the sky, he was an inseparable part of all their battles and will remain so until victory always.
A recent poll conducted at Harvard University in Massachusetts, indicates that most young Americans reject the basic principles of the US economy and do not support capitalism.
Sanders is saying things not heard in the United States for a long time. Let’s hope they are a prelude to a change that only the US people can promote.