Tag archive for "disidencia"
Artículo publicado en Amauta con permiso del autor por Atilio A. Boron La “prensa libre” de Europa y las Américas –ésa que mintió descaradamente al decir que existían armas de destrucción masiva en Iraq o que calificó de “interinato” al régimen golpista de Micheletti en Honduras- ha redoblado su feroz campaña en contra de Cuba. Se impone, [...]Leer más0 Comentarios
Source: GlobalPost by Iran Correspondent (The journalist who reported this story cannot be named because of press restrictions in Iran.) January 31, 2010 Iran hanged two opposition protesters on Thursday and sentenced nine more to death for taking part in widespread rallies against President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad following last June’s presidential election. It is a stark reminder to members of the [...]Leer más0 Comentarios
Foreign Service officer and former Marine captain says he no longer knows why his nation is fighting by Karen DeYoung October 27, 2009 When Matthew Hoh joined the Foreign Service early this year, he was exactly the kind of smart civil-military hybrid the administration was looking for to help expand its development efforts in Afghanistan. A former Marine [...]Leer más0 Comentarios
The Army grants the officer’s resignation under “other than honorable conditions” by Gregg K. Kakesako September 26, 2009 First Lt. Ehren Watada, the first commissioned military officer to refuse deployment to Iraq because he believed it was an illegal war, has won his three-year legal battle with the Army. With little fanfare the Army at Fort Lewis, Wash., accepted [...]Leer más0 Comentarios
by Elaine Elinson July 23, 2009 During the Vietnam War, GI dissent was both documented and nurtured by a slew of underground GI newspapers. Papers like “Up Against the Bulkhead,” “Harass the Brass” and “About Face” were mimeographed and passed from base to base, hand to hand. These bold, clever, ragtag papers gave voice to the soldiers’ [...]Leer más0 Comentarios
By Dahr Jamail June 30, 2009 [Research support for this article was provided by the Investigative Fund at the Nation Institute.] On May 1st at Fort Hood in central Texas, Specialist Victor Agosto wrote on a counseling statement, which is actually a punitive U.S. Army memo: “There is no way I will deploy to Afghanistan. The occupation is [...]Leer más0 Comentarios
por Ezequiel Adamovsky, historiador e investigador de CONICET 29 de mayo, 2009 En estos días, una acción de una agrupación de izquierda en denuncia a los crímenes del Estado de Israel fue presentada en los medios como una “agresión antisemita” o “antisionista”, como si ambos términos fueran sinónimos. Fue evidente la intención de los diarios y canales [...]Leer más0 Comentarios