This article by Pepe Escobar first appeared in the Asia Times of 11 November. You can read the original here. Pepe Escobar is a Brazilian journalist. He writes a column – The Roving Eye – for Asia Times Online, and works as an analyst for RT, Sputnik News, and Press TV. In addition, he...
LAB received this report from a long-term friend and supporter in Chile. Santiago, 1 November Dear friends at LAB, our country received so much help from you in its struggle to regain democracy, that I decided to send you this mini-report. After all, what are friends for?

Lula speaks from prison

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In a subtitled interview, above, the political prisoner Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva speaks of strategic errors made by the PT, BRICS, and the documented US involvement in the Lava Jato investigation, which the Intercept has now revealed was a key actor in the 2016 coup against Dilma Rousseff In a historic...

Lula: I’m on the side of truth

This interview, by special correspondent Bruno Meyerfeld, appeared in Le Monde on 12 September 2019. The original, in French, can be read here. It was translated for LAB by Francis McDonagh. With a firm stride Lula comes into an anonymous room at the headquarters of the Brazilian Federal Police...
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Interview with British marxist geographer David Harvey in which he addresses Brazil's current problems. "You went through far worse things," he says, "during the military dictatorship." He regards the Bolsonaro ascendancy (and that of Trump and other populists) as strictly temporary. He also addresses climate change and events in the Amazon. Video: BrasilDeFato...

A Savage Marx

Jean Tible argues that a living Marxism must be open to contamination in order to break the spell of bewitched capitalism. We must introduce Marx into spaces, times, outlooks and practices that are different from its habitual, white, rationalist ones: "A Marx undomesticated, fuel for struggles. A black, feminist, indigenous, worker, peasant, ...
Since taking office on 1 December 2018, president Andres Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) has been a man in a hurry. Aged 65, he is said to get up every day at six, hold a daily press conference at seven, and then begin a twelve-hour day. At weekends, he flies off to one of Mexico’s 32 states to examine local projects and...

Brazil’s Bolsa Familia

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Discover the experiences across ten years of two different families in the North East of Brazil who received Bolsa Família. They took opposite paths and changed greatly, but both remain dependent on the state. Read more here. Video: TV Folha. 13 July 2015
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The distinguished Argentine sociologist and researcher visits the Universidad del Cuyo to speak about political and social changes taking place in Latin America today. Video: Señal U Académico. 25 September 2017
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Argentine sociologist Maristella Svampa, a researcher for CONICET, speaks to the Facultad Libre in Buenos Aires, 19 January 2016. Her lecture addresses the problem of development models, relentless economic growth, and models of extraction.

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