Manuel E. Yepe

Manuel E. Yepe is a lawyer, economist and journalist. He is a professor at the Higher Institute of International Relations in Havana.

Trump’s Return to Full-Spectrum Dominance

Yankee Worship of Bombings and Endless Wars

China and Russia in Strategic Alliance

Ottawa and the Worst of the Venezuelan Opposition

Bilderberg and the Future of Capitalism

Bolton’s Dangerous Psychopathology

Rising Tensions With China

The Bolsonaro Phenomenon May be Brief

Maduro Gives Trump a Lesson in Ethics and Morality

The Options Trump Puts on the Table

How Billionaires Define Socialism

The Ridiculous Yankee Coup Machine

From Madero to Maduro in Latin America

Who Will Be the War Candidate in 2020?

Assange: Between Gratitude and Betrayal

Venezuela Wins Round One Against the Empire

A Forecast of Trump’s Coming Fiasco in Venezuela

The US War Against the Weak

Bolton and Rubio Keep Pushing the “Sonic Attacks” Tale

Could Trump Bring Down the American Empire?

Pence v. China: Cold War 2.0 May Have Just Begun

Miami Cubans and the Midterm Elections

Trump Represents a Split in the Ruling Class

The Ghosts of 9/11

The Cards are on the Table in Brazil

The Paranoid Drive for Military Intervention in Venezuela

The Atlas Network Against Latin America

Progressive Preaching by Sanders Leaves Its Mark

How Capitalism Erodes Mental Health

Drones Over Caracas: the Bolivaran Revolution has been Strengthened

Trump Rules Out Europe as an Ally

Trump and the Military-Industrial Complex

World Trade War Has Begun

Korea After the Handshake

Mexico Returns to Its Place in the Vanguard

Independence Sentiment Rising in California

Between Trump and the Deep State

The US Will Have to Ask for Forgiveness

Peace With North Korea: Not an Impossible Dream

OAS Esposed in the Face of Cuba’s Electoral Continuity

Washington’s Attack on Syria Was a Mockery of the World

The Confirmation of Democracy in Cuba

Truly Human Rights

Washington Suffers a Credibility Crisis

Supporters and Opponents of Peace in Korea

Much More Than a Struggle Over a Brand of Rum

The Hackneyed Imperialist Tool of Demonization

Fire and Fury: More Than a Publishing Hit

What the United States Owes Haiti

Toward the Reunion of the Two Koreas