An agreement to end five decades of armed conflict between the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia and the government of that country now seems inevitable.
Wealth inequality will grow, and with it greater instability, continued crisis, and deepening misery for the world's working people.
Since Maduro's United Socialist Party of Venezuela lost its majority in the Dec. 6 legislative election, its battle with right forces has entered a new stage.
A suicide bombing, evidently carried out by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, killed ten German tourists in a historic square in downtown Istanbul, Turkey.
The following is the text of a talk at the meeting of the Federal Committee of Die Linke, the left party of Germany.
I opened my copy of the New York Times to find an article titled, "After 60 Years, B-52's Still Dominate the U.S. Fleet."
Our delegation from the North American-based Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Circle met with leaders of the Venezuelan Communist Party for an assessment of the results.
Today, December 18, is officially recognized by the United Nations as International Migrants' Day.
In France, as in other European countries, the most common interpretation of the right's surge is hostility toward immigrants, refugees and foreigners in general.
It was the first national Bolivarian electoral loss in 17 years, and a palpable sense of betrayal and sorrow has swept over the supporters of Chavez' successor, President Maduro.