On July 26, 1953, the assault on the Moncada Garrison in Santiago opened a new stage in Cuba’s national liberation struggle, which concluded with the triumph of the Revolution January 1, 1959
Presidents of Venezuela, Bolivia and El Salvador on Tuesday paid tribute to the legacy of Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro in Havana, calling for unity.
The 24th annual meeting of the São Paulo Forum gathered left-wing political parties from more than 20 Latin American and Caribbean countries between 15 and 17 July. The organisation’s final declaration is here.
The 24th annual meeting of the São Paulo Forum gathered left-wing political parties from more than 20 Latin American and Caribbean countries between July 15th an 17th.
For nearly 60 years the Cuban revolution has been a beacon for all those struggling for liberation and progress, especially in the developing world.
US-aligned right wing forces have been advancing in Latin America over the past three years. They have capitalised on the political instability created by an economic crisis which has engulfed the region following the crash in commodity prices in 2014. Their agenda is to reverse the huge social gains delivered by socialist and left wing governments throughout Latin America since the turn of the century and subordinate the region’s governments to US policy.