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02.09.2020

Nuclear nations have handled COVID-19 the worst

Nuclear nations have handled COVID-19 the worst

By Tilman Ruff The Covid-19 pandemic has demonstrated that massive arsenals are useless in a pandemic. The countries that have spent obscene sums on nuclear weapons have failed to provide the most basic of protective equipment against the coronavirus, putting their citizens in danger every day. New pathogens… »

02.09.2020

The U.S. Is Determined to Make Julian Assange Pay for Exposing the Cruelty of Its War on Iraq

The U.S. Is Determined to Make Julian Assange Pay for Exposing the Cruelty of Its War on Iraq

By Vijay Prashad On September 7, 2020, Julian Assange will leave his cell in Belmarsh Prison in London and attend a hearing that will determine his fate. After a long period of isolation, he was finally able to meet his partner—Stella Moris—and see their two sons—Gabriel (age three) and Max… »

01.09.2020

Build Back Better Again – for Peace

Build Back Better Again – for Peace

We want to open a discussion on what ‘build back better’ means for peace and to develop support from the international peace movement for a very important discussion of worldwide transition. By Reiner Braun Thoughts for a better world. “Peace is not everything, but everything is nothing without peace.”… »

01.09.2020

Gaza Extends Lockdown, India Reports Record Daily Numbers as Global Covid-19 Cases Top 25 Million

Gaza Extends Lockdown, India Reports Record Daily Numbers as Global Covid-19 Cases Top 25 Million

The number of reported COVID-19 cases across the globe has surpassed 25 million. More than 840,000 people have died. On Sunday India reported nearly 79,000 new cases — the highest single day tally for any country in the world. Authorities in Gaza have extended a lockdown amid fears of a… »

30.08.2020

Why U.S. Political Scientists Are Arguing That Evo Morales Should Be the President of Bolivia

Why U.S. Political Scientists Are Arguing That Evo Morales Should Be the President of Bolivia

By Vijay Prashad and Manuel Bertoldi Three political scientists from the United States closely studied allegations of fraud in the Bolivian election of 2019 and found that there was no fraud. These scholars—from the University of Pennsylvania and Tulane University—looked at raw evidence from the Bolivian election authorities that… »

29.08.2020

The Stage Is Set for a Venezuela October Surprise

The Stage Is Set for a Venezuela October Surprise

By Leonardo Flores The hybrid war against Venezuela is intensifying as the U.S. presidential campaign is heating up. The Trump administration and its Venezuelan and international allies have set the stage for an October surprise, a possible attack by the United States or one of its proxies designed to boost… »

28.08.2020

Abolishing child labor took the specter of ‘white slavery’ and the job market’s near collapse during the Great Depression

Abolishing child labor took the specter of ‘white slavery’ and the job market’s near collapse during the Great Depression

Today, U.S. laws and regulations bar kids under the age of 14 from working in most industries. Children under 17 may not work more than three hours on school days, for example. Ever wonder where these rules came from? While studying this issue for more than a decade, I’ve learned that… »

27.08.2020

The 2nd Meeting of Global Networks is Approaching

The 2nd Meeting of Global Networks is Approaching

As we have already published, next Saturday, August 29th¹ we will meet, in an open meeting, members of 9 global networks, to promote mutual understanding and the possibility of collective action. With this article, we offer documents of the networks², to facilitate the dialogue and exchange… »

25.08.2020

Belarus and the Lessons from Sudan

Belarus and the Lessons from Sudan

The political development unfolding in Minsk, with high possibility to spill over and spread throughout the former Soviet republic of Belarus is sensitive and delicate. As an ordinary observer from an obscured and remote rural village with inconsistent connectivity, I struggle daily to understand what happens next in Minsk. The… »

25.08.2020

Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King Opens the Atomic Pandora’s Box

Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King Opens the Atomic Pandora’s Box

August 19 was the anniversary of the signing of the historic Quebec Agreement by President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill in Quebec City in 1943 for the joint development of the atom bomb by the U.S., the United Kingdom and Canada. By Anton Wagner Canadians and the world should not… »

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