The world has its eyes on the U.S. city of New York. The great challenges facing humanity as a whole, such as hunger, poverty and climate change, are in the debates of the seventy-eighth session of the UN General Assembly, which begins on Tuesday.... More

From Lula at the UN to dozens of Australian MPs: international support for Assange grows in the face of his possible extradition.  Latin American and Australian politicians ask the United States to revoke the extradition of Julian Assange and to drop the charges against the journalist.... More

On September 8, we celebrated International World Journalists' Day as a reminder that the role of journalists is to speak truth to power. Not to manufacture consent - to use Chomsky's famous words - for the government and ruling classes.... More

The claims of the global South were once again heard loudly at the United Nations.  As president pro tempore of the Group of 77, Cuba defended the right of developing nations to advance towards their socioeconomic progress, a goal that is hindered by an unjust international economic and financial order that generates inequalities.... More

With clear proposals for lines of work, the Group of 77 and China successfully completed its summit meeting in Havana, organized by Cuba with the support of the members.... More

The world is halfway through the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (SDC). However, it is still a long way from the Goals adopted in 2015 by UN member states to achieve peace and prosperity for humanity and the planet, now and in the future.... More

From Cuba and towards the world, the G77 countries and China staged a \n historic summit, in which they launched a message of unity to those who today hope to continue imposing imperialist rules.... More

The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank have been under the critical eye of the global South for their archaic, interfering, discriminatory policies and approaches leading to greater inequalities.... More

"The South needs the South", a statement by the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, which remains valid to make a common front to face the current challenges of developing nations, in a world with an unjust international order and generator of poverty, hunger and inequalities.... More

The Summit of the Group of 77 and China in Havana, Cuba's pro tempore presidency of a collective of 134 nations that can do more in an increasingly unequal world, should march towards inclusive multilateralism.... More

Argentina claims sovereignty over the Malvinas Islands, illegally occupied since 1833 by the United Kingdom. It is a just and legitimate claim supported by Latin America and the Caribbean and most nations in other latitudes.... More

The UN once again expressed its concern in recent days about the violence that has taken over Ecuador. The international organization put its finger on the wound, mentioning the factors that have led to high insecurity and crime in the Andean nation, including the murder of eight politicians in the last year.... More

On September 11, 1973, horror and death came to Chile. The coup d'état, led by General Augusto Pinochet, against the government of constitutional president Salvador Allende broke democracy and installed state terrorism. It was the beginning of one of the darkest and saddest periods in the history of the South American nation.... More

Young people in a big family

With the freshness of age, without shirking the high responsibility of addressing crucial issues, a representation of young people from Cuba's secondary education debated in Havana the rigorous reality of today, in a country under a tight U.S. blockade.  ... More

National food production is a priority for Cuba's authorities and, moreover, an urgency, given the rise in international prices after more than two years of the COVID 19 pandemic and current armed conflicts. ... More