Arnold August

Arnold August, a Canadian journalist and lecturer, is the author of Democracy in Cuba and the 1997–98 Elections and, more recently, Cuba and Its Neighbours: Democracy in Motion. Cuba’s neighbours under consideration are the U.S., Venezuela, Bolivia and Ecuador. Arnold can be followed on Twitter @Arnold_August.

MAS Returns to Power in Bolivia One Year After US-backed Coup

Black Left Views on American Elections Matter

If Trump is Thinking About a Meeting With Maduro, What about Trudeau?

Why the Canadian Government is Bullying Venezuela

Plotting Against Venezuela: Another Coup for Oil?

From the “Destruction” of Chavismo to the Epicentre to the Anti-Imperialist Left

The Importance of Néstor García Iturbe, Cuban Intellectual

Cuba’s ‘Sonic Attacks’ vs Edinburgh University: The 40% Mystery

On the Occasion of the 60th Anniversary of the Triumph of the Cuban Revolution

Trump Cuba Policy: What Will Happen in Coming Months?

Fidel, Political Power and the New Culture of Communication

Martí in Fidel: All the Glory in the World Fits in a Kernel of Corn

Chile’s 1973 Coup and Barack Obama’s Selective Memory on 9/11

RIP Jean-Guy Allard: A Model for Progressive Journalists Working in the Capitalist System

Fidel the Guerrilla in 2015–16 and Beyond

Some Thoughts on Cuban Resistance to US Ideological/Political War

Fidel and Obama in Cuba: Now That’s Historic!

Why Doesn’t Obama Use His Executive Power to Close Guantanamo?

The White House National Security Agenda for Obama’s Visit to Cuba

The Making of a Socialist

What Obama Really Said About Cuba, Foreign Affairs and the US

What Happened in Venezuela?

Cuba–US Relations: Is Resistance to the Media War No Longer Valid?

Finally, Freedom for the Remaining “Cuban Five”

Peace and Violence in “American Democracy”

Ferguson, Obama and American Democracy