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Russia unveils military plans in Cuba & Latin America

Russia has agreed to work closely with three Latin American nations, including on military matters. Russian President Vladimir Putin has agreed with the leaders of Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua to develop partnerships in a range of areas, including stepping up military collaboration, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has announced.

Kremlin Says Moscow, Havana Have ‘Synchronised Positions’ Amid Speculation on Russian Bases in Cuba

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Cuban counterpart President Miguel Diaz-Canel spoke by phone on Monday to discuss “issues of further coordination of the actions of the two countries in the international arena,” according to a Kremlin statement. The talks came in an atmosphere of growing tensions between Russia and NATO over Ukraine.

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US’ failure to recognize Cuba’s medical efforts during Covid is due to an innate fear of linking socialism with anything positive

As clamor grows for Cuban doctors to receive the Nobel Peace Prize for their international work during the pandemic, the US continues to oppose their efforts. It cannot be seen to endorse the idea that the socialist system works. In his book, In Cuba, the late Liberation Catholic priest Father Ernesto Cardinal of Nicaragua relates […]

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No Oil, No Army: Costa Rica First Nation to Eliminate Fossil Fuels

Costa Rica will become the first nation in the world to completely eliminate fossil fuels. In May, the country’s new president, 38-year-old former journalist Carlos Alvarado announced the plan to ban fossil fuels during his inauguration speech.