In Chile this weekend, thousands paid tribute to legendary folksinger Victor Jara who was brutally murdered in 1973 by the military coup regime led by dictator Augusto Pinochet.
CHICAGO – International and national labor leaders convened here during the U.S. Labor Against the War’s (USLAW) national conference Dec. 4-6.
The door appears to be closed to even a symbolic return to power of Honduran President Manuel Zelaya.
The stakes were high for President Evo Morales going into presidential and legislative elections on December 6.
In Poland, flaunting a red star or a Che Guevara tee shirt could lead to fines or two years in prison.
The Swiss, known for cheese, the Alps, watches, chocolate and secret bank accounts, at least two of which are full of holes, have now added a sixth important product: intolerance.
The world, it is generally acknowledged, has been torn loose from the old moorings that for decades structured life for billions of people.
Regarding the controversial elections in Honduras on Sunday, November 29, all are agreed on one thing: National Party presidential candidate Pepe Lobo got the most votes.
If nothing else, the "First International Meeting of Parties of the Left" in Caracas last week was ambitious.
The following is an open letter sent by peace and social activist Tom Hayden to Labor Secretary Hilda Solis on the situation in Honduras.