Articles by Ramona Wadi

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Bolivia’s Coup Dictator Seeks to Annihilate Opposition from Exiled
Ramona Wadi | Strategic Culture Foundation – TRANSCEND Media Service, 30 Dec 2019

27 Dec 2019 – In light of what is occurring in Venezuela, the latest imperialist intervention in Bolivia must be exposed as a plan not only to oust Morales, but also as one aimed at regional destabilisation. Deposed President Evo Morales will be working with an international team that includes the Spanish Judge Baltasar Garzon, who in 1998 issued an international arrest warrant for Pinochet.

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Chile: Bachelet Upholds Pinochet’s Call for Oblivion
Ramona Wadi | Strategic Culture Foundation – TRANSCEND Media Service, 11 Nov 2019

6 Nov 2019 – What Bachelet describes as a “current crisis” has roots that go deeper into a history which Chilean governments prefer to dissociate from the demonstrations. Neoliberalism in Chile is a brutal ongoing experiment and Bachelet does indeed know better than other diplomats at the UN that the protests must achieve their aim before any so-called dialogue with politicians, whether right-wing or centre-left. However, her role at the UNHRC makes it easy for her to rely on prepared statements.

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The PA Is Taking Sides in a Diplomatic Game That Spells Disaster for Palestinians
Ramona Wadi – The Middle East Monitor, 29 Apr 2019

26 Apr 2019 – The excessive focus on US President Donald Trump’s forthcoming “deal of the century” is already marginalising the Palestinians. Pitting the US plan against the two-state compromise has created another diplomatic battlefield in which the only losers continue to be the people of Palestine.

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Drawing Palestine from Prison: The Artwork of Palestinian Cartoonist Mohammad Sabaaneh
Ramona Wadi – MintPress News, 19 Mar 2018

“Most artists describe the Palestinian as a hero, even if imprisoned or killed by Israelis. I prefer to convey the message that Palestinians are human beings, so I portray suffering. The hero does not need anyone to stand with him — the hero is strong — but human beings need and demand someone to show solidarity with them.”

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