June 7 was a bad day for the secretary-general of the Organization of American States. During the Summit of the Americas, a young man declared to him what he is: an instigator of the coup in Bolivia, reports People's Dispatch.
Popular action undid the United States' 2002 attempted coup against Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez. Twenty years later, the Bolivarian Republic held an international summit commemorating those events, writes Jacqueline Luqman.
Toward Freedom Board Member Jacqueline Luqman recently returned from a trip to Venezuela to take part in commemorations for the 20th anniversary of the defeat of the U.S. coup to oust then-President Hugo Chavez. Back in the United States, Jacqueline interviewed Venezuelan diplomat Carlos Ron on the Black Power Media YouTube channel.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan accused top U.S. diplomat Donald Lu of organizing a “foreign conspiracy” to topple his government. Video of Lu testifying in the Senate confirms Washington is angry over Khan’s growing relations with Russia, reports Multipolarista's Benjamin Norton.
Journalist Linda Farthing and attorney Thomas Becker’s 306-page book evaluates the balance of class forces that led to the 2019 coup, as well as the anti-imperialist forces who were ultimately able to repel it and seize political power again in the plurinational state of 11.4 million, writes Danny Shaw in a review.
Cairo-based Pan-Africanist researcher Kribsoo Diallo conducted interviews with Sudanese activists based in Khartoum. This represents part 2 of a two-part series on the Sudan coup.