ALBA-TCP Denounces the War Policies of Western Countries: Declaration of the Political Council

2 March 2021 — Internationalist 360°

https://www.telesurtv.net/__export/1614632068337/sites/telesur/img/2021/03/01/evax3flxuaaholk.jpgThe 21st meeting of the Political Council of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of the Americas-Trade Treaty of the Peoples (ALBA-TCP) got off to a strong start in the region on March 1, with the participation of foreign ministers representing the member countries, accompanied by the Executive Secretary of that multilateral body, Sacha Llorenti, and the president of the ALBA Bank, Raúl Licausi, among other authorities present.

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Beyond Theory – the Practice of Building Socialism in Latin America By Jorge Capelan & Toni Solo

15 May, 2013 — Global Research – Tortilla con sal

In the interest of sharing diversity of opinions and promoting an atmosphere of exchange and critique, we bring to the attention of our readers the following text by Jorge Capelán and Toni Solo.

This text is in response to a Global Research entitled The Pink Tide in Latin America: An Alliance Between Local Capital and Socialism? , Mahdi Darius Nazemroya, May 03, 2013

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Updates on Libyan war/Stop NATO news: October 9, 2011

9 October 2011 — Stop NATO

  • Video And Text: Battle For Libya Far From Over
  • Chicago: Thousands Protest Tenth Anniversary Of Afghan War
  • ALBA Delegation In Syria To Oppose Invasion, Political Destabilization
  • Iran Criticizes Turkey For Hosting NATO Missile Radar
  • NATO Chief, Representatives, Global Partners In Romania
  • NATO And An Emergent Multi-Polar World
  • Barack Obama: Where’s the Peace?

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Updates on Libyan war/Stop NATO news: September 11, 2011

11 September 2011 — Stop NATO

  • ALBA Foreign Ministers Condemn NATO’s Aggression Against Libya
  • Libya: NATO’s War On Africa
  • Over 100 German Troops Participated In NATO’s War Against Libya
  • U.S. Says Azerbaijan Loyal NATO Cohort For Past Decade
  • Push For NATO-Compatible European Union Military Headquarters
  • Australian Defense Minister: NATO Troops In Afghanistan Past 2014
  • 9/11 And Perpetual War
  • Japan Decries ‘Provocative’ Russian Military Actions

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ALBA and Others Condemn Armed Assault on Venezuela’s Diplomatic Residence in Libya By Juan Reardon

25 August 2011 — Venezuela Analysis

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Venezuela’s Ambassador in Libya, Afif Tajeldine, speaking in front of rubble from a NATO bombing in Libya (Agencies).

San Francisco, August 25th 2011 (Venezuelanalysis.com) – On Wednesday Venezuela’s ambassador in Libya denounced the looting of his official residence by armed men, calling the assault ‘a violation of Venezuelan sovereignty’ by ‘NATO itself.’ The governments of Cuba, Ecuador, Bolivia, among other ALBA nations, denounced the violent attack as a ‘breach of international law,’ as did Venezuela’s ruling United Socialist Party (PSUV).

Speaking to TeleSUR on Wednesday, Venezuelan Ambassador to Libya Afif Tajeldine explained that ‘a group of armed men’ had shot their way in to the official residence, ‘began searching the house and asking for me,’ before ‘looting all things, including the vehicles, the entire house, leaving nothing in the residence and shooting in the air as they left.’

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Nil Nikandrov – US and NATO in Libya: International banditry turned into legitimate strategy

1 May 2011 — Strategic Culture Foundation

As of today, Libyan security service seems successful at keeping M. Gadhafi safe amidst the West’s air raids. Targeting him, NATO drones dropped ‘point strikes’ which left schools, hospitals, and shopping malls in ruins, but Libya’s defiant leader remained unharmed. The Libyan security service also manages to shield Gadhafi from the death squads sent by the CIA, MI6, Mossad, and BND which are literally rivaling over his head.

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Libya Newslinks 26-27 March 2011

27 March 2011 — creative-i.info

27 March 2011

26 March 2011

Libya Newslinks 26-27 March 2011

27 March 2011 — creative-i.info

27 March 2011

26 March 2011

Libya Independent Media Newslinks for 5 March 2011

5 March 2011 — creative-i.info

Venezuela – U.S. Research File The Interdependence Behind Bilateral Political Tensions: Economic Realities Affecting Venezuela – U.S. Relations By Felix Blossier

7 April, 2010 — Council on Hemispheric Affairs

In January 2006, the sixth gathering of the World Social Forum, during which Hugo Chávez as well as other left-leaning and socialist leaders fiercely criticized imperialist practices, was held in the Caracas Hilton Hotel. As James Surowiecki noted in an article for The New Yorker six months before the conference opened, a meeting sponsored by the Venezuelan Ministry of Finance took place at the same hotel. The aim of the aforementioned meeting was meant to promote American investments in Venezuela. How can one explain such a paradox? Are Venezuela and the United States only rhetorical political foes? Or, is there an underlying economic relationship between these two countries that renders them important trading partners?

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