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Facundo Escobar

Facundo Escobar is an argentinian anthropologist, journalist, researcher and  International Relations and Political History Professor at National University of La Plata (UNLP), Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is editor in chief at www.noticiaspia.com

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At the gates of a new Peru

At the gates of a new Peru

On the recent elections in the country.
Intervention and resistance in Haiti

Intervention and resistance in Haiti

The background of current political crisis and popular uprising.
A post-neoliberal Chile?

A post-neoliberal Chile?

With a conflictive political landscape, Chile may be heading towards the recovery of a revolutionary experience.
Colombia is exploding

Colombia is exploding

On the roots of the crisis in Colombia and the ongoing insurgency.
Global Covid Situation, Pt. 6: Argentina

Global Covid Situation, Pt. 6: Argentina

Argentina signed agreement to produce Sputnik V, production is hoped to reach 1 million doses monthly.
Cuba as the vanguard in the 21st century

Cuba as the vanguard in the 21st century

Struggle and resistance against covid and imperialism
British Imperialism in the South Atlantic: Malvinas and Antarctica

British Imperialism in the South Atlantic: Malvinas and Antarctica

On British imperialism's plans towards Latin America and the continent's response.
Lula: Back to the ring

Lula: Back to the ring

Brazilian Workers' Party's Lula da Silva returns to the political struggle in a very divided, militarized country. Can he succeed?
El Salvador: All power to Bukele?

El Salvador: All power to Bukele?

On the elections in El Salvador and President Bukele's path.
Ecuador: Notes on the first  round of the elections

Ecuador: Notes on the first round of the elections

Elections provide a chance for proggresive forces and the revival of Patria Grande
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