Roger Harris

Roger Harris is on the board of the Task Force on the Americas, a 32-year-old anti-imperialist human rights organization.

Venezuelans to Vote on Continuing the Bolivarian Revolution

Trump/Biden Debate Immigration: US Foreign Policy as a Driver Is Ignored

How Venezuela Is Overcoming the US Blockade

The Biggest Obstacle to Free and Fair Elections in Venezuela is the US

Congress Makes Downpayment on World War III, as Biden Proclaims Enduring Peace

US Reimposes Illegal and Inhumane Oil Sanctions on Venezuela, as the New York Times Runs Cover

The North American Peace Movement at an Inflection Point

Biden’s State of the Union Address Exposed by US Intelligence Threat Assessment

Washington Promotes Opposition Candidate Setting the Stage for Delegitimizing the Venezuelan Presidential Election

Why the US Is Reimposing Sanctions on Venezuela

US Congressional Resolution Calls for Annulling the Monroe Doctrine and Ending Sanctions

Contrasting Strategies of the US and China

How the Campaign to Free Political Prisoner Alex Saab Succeeded

Why Latin America and the Caribbean Stand With Palestine

Zionism – An Ideology for the Self-Loathing

No Business as Usual at Rally in Solidarity with Gaza – Federal Building Temporarily Shut Down in San Francisco

Cornel West Runs for President:  You Can’t Be a Spoiler if the System Is Already Rotten

Humor in the Headlines Over China in Latin America

Nicaragua Celebrates its Revolution While the US Plans New Sanctions Against It

After Ellsberg: Reflections on the Security State and the Anti-war Movement

Mr. Guaidó Goes to Washington

Whither Multipolarity in a Changing World Order

The Havana Syndrome Case Cracked

Nostalgia for the Cuban Missile Crisis

The Winter Coup Season in Latin America

Comparing the January Riots in the Brazilian and US Capitols

Washington’s “Democracy Promotion” Fails Spectacularly in Venezuela

Latin America and Caribbean Year 2022 in Review

Venezuelan Political Prisoner on Trial in Miami Refuses to “Sing”

The Volatility of US Hegemony in Latin America: Challenges Ahead for the Pink Tide

The Volatility of US Hegemony in Latin America: Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Haiti, and China 

The Volatility of US Hegemony in Latin America: the Pink Tide Surges, 2018-2022

No More Thanksgivings: Glen Ford’s Challenge to America

US Again Isolated on UN Vote Against Its Cuba Blockade

 NATO in the Amazon: Petro Plays with Fire

US Foreign Policy Impasse Over Venezuela

High-Value US Asset “Fat Leonard” Arrested in Venezuela – Possible Prisoner Swap

Biden’s Battle for the Soul of the Nation

Possible Prisoner Exchange in US Hybrid War against Venezuela

The Politics of Anti-Trumpism

The Pink Tide Surges in Latin America

Summit of the Americas Flops While Workers Summit Exposes Cracks in the Imperial Façade

Why Are Colombian Election Candidates Auditioning in Washington?

Why Are Colombian Election Candidates Auditioning in Washington?

US’s Flaunting of Diplomatic Immunity Challenged in Court: Imprisoned Venezuelan Diplomat Contests Extraterritorial Judicial Abuse

Illegally Imprisoned Venezuelan Diplomat Faces US Court Amid a Shifting Global Context

The True Adventure of a 19-Year-Old North American Fighting in the Cuban Revolution With Fidel Castro

When Did the Ukraine War Begin?

With Its Doomsday Clock at 100 Seconds to Midnight, The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Calls for Escalating US Aggression Against Russia

2021 Latin America and the Caribbean in Review: The Pink Tide Rises Again