21 July 2013 — Bolivia Rising
Introduction and translation by Richard Fidler, Life on the Left
This following article is of particular interest for its discussion of the relationship between the Bolivian government leadership, the indigenous and peasant organizations, and the party based on the latter that is led by President Evo Morales and his team.
7 July 2013 — Strategic Culture Foundation
It is not that important from what source U.S. intelligence received a signal that Edward Snowden would be transported out of Russia on the airplane of Bolivian President Evo Morales; the important thing is that the information turned out to be disinformation. Through allied governments in Europe – France, Italy, Spain and Portugal – Washington tried to organize a humiliating inspection of the presidential airplane in violation of all international conventions and treaties on the immunity of state leaders…
6 July 2013 — The Greanville Post
The Snowden affair has revealed even more about Europe than about the United States.
Certainly, the facts of NSA spying are significant. But many people suspected that something of the sort was going on. The refusal of France, Italy and Portugal to allow the private aircraft of the President of Bolivia to cross their airspace on the mere suspicion that Edward Snowden might be aboard is rather more astonishing.
Bolivia’s Morales Dissed and Pissed as France, Portugal, and Austria Violate Diplomatic Immunity By Dave Lindorff
3 July 2013 — Dissident Voice
Those of us who have been saying that the US has become a weak, or at least more ordinary power among many in the world because of its military failures in Iraq and Afghanistan, and because of its economic decline, will have to recalibrate our analysis after watching the pathetic behavior of the leaders of Russia, Germany and France under pressure from the Obama administration not to allow Edward Snowden to gain asylum in those countries or even to escape his purgatory in Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport.
3 July 2013 – Bolivia Rising
The Network of Intellectuals and Artists in Defense of Humanity express their indignation at the criminal attack perpetrated in the afternoon of Tuesday July 3 against Bolivian President Evo Morales Ayma, by the government of the United States and with the clear complicity of various European states.
3 July 2013 — WSWS
In a flagrant breach of international law and diplomatic norms, the Obama administration, in collusion with its European allies, today forced a plane carrying Bolivian President Evo Morales to land in Austria, on suspicion that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was on board.
‘Imperial Skyjacking’: Bolivian presidential plane grounded in Austria over Snowden stowaway suspicions
2 July 2013 — RT
The Bolivian presidential jet has left Vienna and is on its way to La Paz following a meeting with President Evo Morales, AFP reports.
Morales’ jet was forced into landing in Vienna on Wednesday after several EU countries barred the plane from entering their airspace over suspicions that whistleblower Edward Snowden had stowed away aboard.
New at Strategic Culture Foundation 20-26 January 2013: FED / Arab Winter / Egypt / Bolivia / Syria / Africa / Mali
26 January 2013 — Strategic Culture Foundation
The Committee of 147
26.01.2013 | 00:00 | Valentin KATASONOV
In the article «What is behind the information attacks on the Federal Reserve System?» I have already written about the research group of scientists at the Swiss Federal Institute (SFI) in Zurich. Their study was published in mid-2011 and was described by the world media as the sensation of the year. Continue reading this...
24 December 2012 — Readings From the Left
If you’ve not found RFL before this, here are a few of the latest, free offerings on the site.
- Taking Population Out of the Equation:
by Patricia Hynes
This important feminist critique of populationist theory and practice, long been out of print, is now available on Reading from the Left with the author’s assistance and permission.
16 November 2012 — Bolivia Rising
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