International

Asian support for Chile’s new Constitution

Chile’s new Constitutional Draft waiting for approval by plebiscite on September 4th 2022 represents the culmination of a long process initiated by the social outburst of October 19, 2019. The draft is the result of a unique, unprecedented and profoundly…

How do we relate to others?

The dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy says that to discriminate is “to select by excluding”. So, talking about discrimination is equivalent to talking about exclusion. By Roberto Kohanoff and Isabel Lazzaroni Another definition given by the Royal Academy of…

Interview with Roberto Savio

The Italian-Argentine journalist, director of the OtherNews agency, is a reference in international news studies. By Sebastián Do Rosario and Federico Larsen For years, Russia’s relations with the European Union and the United States have been one of the main…

Europe’s ‘Cycling Revolution’: The Forthcoming Joint Cycling Declaration

Cycling advocacy groups have this month been praising impending developments in inter-institutional European frameworks centred on the creation of a homogenous European cycling plan. Speaking recently at the 2022 Cycling Summit in Copenhagen, Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice-President of the European…

Economic Theory and Community Development: Why Putting Community First is Essential to our Survival

The new book by Howard Richards with the assistance of Gavin Andersson. Foreword by Evelin Lindner. Lake Oswego OR: Dignity Press, 2022. Available on Amazon and other sites as a print book and as a Kindle ebook. Review by Michael…

Bioprospecting and Sustainable Development

On June 30th, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) published a report, titled ‘The New Gold Rush: Bioprospecting,” which elucidates the benefits of bioprospecting for sustainable economic development for underdeveloped countries. Bioprospecting is the exploration of biodiversity for animal and…

Bangladesh: Rohingya refugees held peaceful rallies ‘Go Home’ campaign, marking World Refugee Day

On June 20, 2002, thousands of Rohingya refugees held peaceful rallies in Bangladesh, demanding repatriation to Myanmar with safety, dignity and security. The demonstrations were staged under the banner “Let’s go home.” Refugees among 23 crowded camps in Bangladesh’s southeastern…

Apocalypse tomorrow

If one takes the trouble to review history, one discovers that we have always been like this: it is an avoidable apocalypse, or end times, though it is not easy or simple to do so, but setting to work towards…

Manifesto on Economies of Care and Earth Democracy

On the occasion of World Environment Day on June 5, 2022, globalization critic, environmental activist and ecofeminist Vandana Shiva has published the Manifesto on the Economy of Care and Earth Democracy. This was done as part of her tour of…

11 July World Population Day: No human being is too many, it is necessary to distribute and reorient what we produce

Updated UN data show that the world population in 2022 will reach 8 billion by the end of the year. By age and percentage, the world population is divided as follows: 0 to 14 years old 25.3%; 15 to 64…

1 2 3 4 5 568