Mexico and AMLO

On July 2, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador of the recently formed Morena Party swept to victory in Mexico’s presidential election with 53% of the vote, the first time since 1982 that a candidate won more than half the vote. His closest competitor, Ricardo Anaya of...

Cuba “Sonic” Incidents

Science fiction? Spy versus spy? Sabotage by a third party? Mass hysteria? Or political ploy? No one seems to know the source, much less the reasons behind, the miss-labeled “sonic attacks” reported by about two dozen US Embassy personnel in Havana. The “health...

CNI Fundraiser

Compas, We would like to bring your attention to historic events that are unfolding right now in Mexico around the National Indigenous Congress (CNI). Indigenous communities throughout Mexico are faced with unprecedented levels of state violence and displacement from...

AUSM Update on Cuba Travel

AUSM Update on Cuba Travel The Autonomous University of Social Movements (AUSM) is aware of the travel warning for Cuba issued by the US State Department on September 29, 2017.  The following analysis explains the warning, events leading up to the warning, and our...