Tag: cuba
A Agricultura Urbana de Cuba e os Períodos Especiais; o Antigo e o Novo
De Kevin Carson. Artigo original: Cuban Urban Farming, and Special Periods Old and New, de 8 de maio de 2023. Traduzido para o português por Gabriel Camargo. Há paralelos marcantes entre o gigantismo industrial dos Estados Unidos e do bloco Soviético no século XX, e suas culturas institucionais. Isso é verdade em particular para a…
Küba Kentsel Tarımı ve Eski ve Yeni Özel Dönemler
Yazar: Kevin Carsoni. Orijinal makale: Cuban Urban Farming, and Special Periods Old and New, yayınlanma tarihi: 8 Mayıs 2023. 20. yüzyılda Amerika Birleşik Devletleri’nin ve Sovyet bloğunun endüstriyel devliği ile kurumsal kültürleri arasında dikkat çekici paralellikler bulunmaktadır. Bu durum özellikle tarım için geçerlidir. Her ikisi de son derece büyük ölçekli ve yüksek düzeylerde mekanizasyona sahip…
Cuba, Orti Urbani e Periodi Speciali Vecchi e Nuovi
Kevin Carson. Articolo originale: Cuban Urban Farming, and Special Periods Old and New, dell’otto maggio 2023. Traduzione italiana di Enrico Sanna. Molto accomuna la novecentesca grandeur statunitense e l’Unione Sovietica, ognuna con le rispettive culture istituzionali. Soprattutto se parliamo di industria agricola. In entrambi i casi abbiamo enormi aziende altamente meccanizzate che fanno ampio uso…
Cuban Urban Farming, and Special Periods Old and New
There are striking parallels between the industrial gigantism of the United States and the Soviet bloc in the 20th century, and their institutional cultures. This is true in particular of agriculture. Both were based on extremely large-scale farms, with high levels of mechanization and heavy use of synthetic fertilizers. From the Cuban Revolution until the…
Sobre o Embargo a Cuba e Livre Mercado
​De Kevin Carson. Artigo original: On the Cuba Embargo, and Free Trade — Real and Imagined, de 26 de julho 2021. Traduzido para o português por Gabriel Serpa. A extensão dos danos econômicos causados pelo embargo a Cuba tem sido objeto de debate nos últimos tempos. Não estou interessado especificamente em Cuba, mas no que…
Cuba: Embargo e Libero Commercio, Vero e Presunto
Di Kevin Carson. Originale: On the Cuba Embargo, and Free Trade – Real and Imagined, pubblicato il 26 luglio 2021. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. L’entità del danno economico causato dall’embargo contro Cuba è stato ultimamente oggetto di dibattito. Qui non m’interessa parlare specificamente di Cuba, ma di quello che l’ideologia neoliberale chiama genericamente “libero commercio”,…
On the Cuba Embargo, and Free Trade — Real and Imagined
The degree to which the US trade embargo on Cuba has affected the economy of that country has been a matter of recent debate. I’m not concerned directly with Cuba here, but with the nature of what neoliberal ideology calls “free trade” more generally — of which an interesting discussion erupted as an offshoot of…
Commerciare con Cuba Senza Ipocrisie
Di James C. Wilson. Originale pubblicato il 23 giugno 2017 con il titolo End the Hypocrisy: Let Us Trade with Cuba. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. La settimana scorsa il presidente Trump ha annunciato l’intenzione di interrompere il processo di rilassamento dei rapporti tra gli Stati Uniti e Cuba iniziato dall’amministrazione Obama. Trump ha chiesto un…
End the Hypocrisy: Let Us Trade with Cuba
Last week, President Trump announced intentions to roll back the Obama administration’s opening of relations between the U.S. and Cuba. Trump called for stricter enforcement of the ban on Americans visiting Cuba as tourists, as well as doing business with Cuba’s Armed Forces Business Enterprises Group.
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 148
Bonnie Kristian discusses the folly of U.S. interventionism around the world. William Seabolt discusses tax avoidance as an American tradition. Laurence M. Vance discusses what Trump shouldn’t do as president. Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the War on Drugs and Trump. Sheldon Richman discusses a new book on love, marriage, and the state. Peter Van Buren…
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Conor Friedersdorf discusses civilain dead from drone strikes. Dan Sanchez discusses peace and liberty. Daniel Larison discusses the U.S. backed Saudi war on Yemen. Sheldon Richman discusses Trump’s nationalism. Ted Galen Carptenter discusses civil liberties and liberty during wartime. Yves Engeler discusses the myth of Canadian govt opposition to the Vietnam War. Thomas Harrington discusses…
Hillary Clinton Breaks the Irony Meter
At the March 9 Democratic debate, Hillary Clinton had this to say about competitor Bernie Sanders’s favorable comments on Castro’s Cuba and the Sandinista regime in the ’80s:  “if the values are that you oppress people, you disappear people, imprison people or even kill people for expressing their opinions…, that is not the kind of…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 90
Robert C. Koehler discusses the torture of absolute power. William R. Polk discusses not learning from Middle Eastern mistakes. Thomas L. Knapp discusses government debt. Steven Horwitz discusses how marriage doomsday never comes. David N. Gibbs discusses the Srebrenica precedent. George Leef discusses a book on how liberals make it more difficult for blacks to…
È Ora di Mettere Fine all’Orribile Embargo Contro Cuba
Il dodici aprile, al Vertice delle Americhe, il presidente americano Barack Obama ha parlato in pubblico con il presidente cubano Raul Castro a proposito della fine delle tensioni tra i due paesi. Era la prima volta che Cuba partecipava al vertice, e si spera che questo segni l’inizio di una maggiore libertà di movimento di…
Time to End the Horrific US Embargo with Cuba
On April 12 at the Summit of the Americas, US president Barack Obama publicly spoke with Cuban president Raul Castro about ending the tension between the two countries. This marks the first time Cuba has participated in the summit and hopefully marks the beginning of freer exchange and travel between the two countries. Obama had…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 68
Justin Raimondo discusses Hilary’s war in Libya. William Astore discusses seven reasons why American war persists. David Swanson discusses the exporting of Sherman’s march. W. James Antle III discusses the last chance for peace with Iran. Jacob G. Hornberger discusses aggression and the American Sniper movie. B.K. Marcus discusses the history of African-American self-defense. Laurence…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist And Chess Review 63
Helen Dale discusses stories vs numbers. Bruce Fein discusses the AWOL status of Congress on drones. Kathy Deacon discusses a book on the revolutionary war. Patrick Cockburn discusses the reason for torture. Joseph Stromberg discusses command posts and the state. Patrick Cockburn discusses ISIS. Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the CIA. Leonard C. Goodman discusses blowback….
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist and Chess Review 61
George H. Smith begins discussing the ideas of Bishop Butler. Matt Peppe discusses the U.S. invasion of Panama. Patrick Cockburn discusses the torture report. Kevin Carson discusses the question that Michael Lind has yet to answer. David Roediger discusses the defenders of police violence. David Stockman discusses Wall Street crony capitalist plunder. Sheldon Richman discusses…
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Jacob G. Hornberger discusses whether the CIA should be reformed rather than abolished. Jacob G. Hornberger discusses why the CIA should be abolished. Kevin Carson discusses accusations of agri-terrorism. Ivan Eland discusses how the current situation in Libya shows the folly of U.S. interventionism. Lucy Steigerwald discusses the importance of graphic photos of war. David…
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Steven Reisner discusses a letter to Obama about ending torture once and for all. Ralph Nader discusses a potential left-right alliance. Vincent Navarro discusses the Mondragon worker cooperatives in Spain. James Peron discusses how people who hate gays also hate capitalists in the context of the businesses refusing to discriminate against them. Qatryk interviews Roderick…