Global Climate Strike Youth Activists on Why They Are Marching Today

Today is the Global Climate Strike, inspired by 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg. As people took to the streets in Africa, Asia, Europe and Australia, we host a roundtable discussion with youth activists organizing marches in the United States — in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Minneapolis — ahead of next week’s U.N. Climate Action Summit.

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Pancho Cedeno Sings Once Again in Protest against Dictatorship

Pancho, as he’s still known, was one of the members of the music group “Pancasan”, author of popular songs of the day such as “La Hora Cero” [Zero Hour], “Apuntes del Tio Sam” [Notes on Uncle Sam], and “Maria Rural”.  Forty years later, he’s gone back to writing and composing, in the face of the clamor of a new generation that seeks the end of another dictatorship.

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Nicaragua: “Phantom Triangulation” in Negotiations with the OAS?

Contrary to the skepticism generated by the Ortega regime’s refusal to accept the newly formed high-level OAS diplomatic commission, which must seek a political solution within 75 days, political scientist Manuel Orozco visualizes important changes in the international and national environment, which could break the impasse of the political crisis.

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