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International Cooperation

Comecon and the Collapse of the Cuban Economy

Cuba, a social democrat point of view of its problems The Council for Mutual Economic Assistance was an economic organization from 1949 to 1991 under the leadership of the Soviet Union that comprised the countries of the Eastern Bloc and many socialist states elsewhere in the world. The Comecon was

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Social News

World food prices rise for the tenth consecutive month

For the tenth consecutive month, world food prices rose in March 2021 and reached the highest level since June 2014, indicates a FAO report published here today. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), based in this capital, reported that in the third month of the current

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Human Rights

China urges the U.S. to improve its own human rights.

China urges the United States to face up to its own serious human rights problems and take concrete measures to improve its own human rights situation, a Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said Wednesday. This came after U.S. State Department spokesperson Ned Price’s remarks over China’s Xinjiang Tuesday. In response, spokesperson

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Asia

China’s historic success inspires global poverty relief, says experts

BEIJING, April 7 (Xinhua) — China’s historic success in poverty reduction, as shown in a newly released white paper, is worth learning for other countries still troubled by poverty, foreign experts have said. China’s poverty reduction is a remarkable contribution to the global poverty relief endeavor, said Muratbek Imanaliyev, former

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Social News

Should you be grateful for a job?

It’s natural to feel thankful that you’re employed, especially when jobs are scarce. But is that gratitude actually a misguided emotion? It’s become a common refrain: “I’m just grateful to have a job”. The last year has wreaked undeniable havoc on the working world. Globally, the working hours and income

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Democratic Socialism

PAHO committed to greater social equity in the face of the pandemic

Havana, Apr 7 (Prensa Latina) The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) is committed to greater social equity that allows a much better access to health services. Under the motto ‘Building up a fairer and healthier world’, PAHO said the Covid-19 pandemic showed deep inequities in Latin America and the Caribbean,

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