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24.03.2015

What we learned from de Blasio’s first year

What we learned from de Blasio’s first year

Danny Katch measures the accomplishments and failures of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio against the expectations that his election would usher in real change. THE CHICAGO mayoral election is getting national attention because incumbent Rahm Emanuel–a national political powerbroker endorsed by Barack Obama and super-rich to boot–has been… »

24.03.2015

The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Into the Heart of Darkness

The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Into the Heart of Darkness

The proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a controversial regulatory and trade initiative. It is designed to integrate and coordinate the economies of the so-called Asia-Pacific region along global market-based lines. The signature trade proposal of the Obama administration, the TPP is being aggressively marketed as an economic growth initiative that… »

23.03.2015

Teachers and parents sustain the struggle for Mexico’s missing Ayotzinapa students

Teachers and parents sustain the struggle for Mexico’s missing Ayotzinapa students

By Paul Bockingm March 16, 2015 for Waging Nonviolence FIve months ago, Mexico was shaken by one of its worst acts of political violence in decades: the disappearance on September 26 of 43 student teachers and killing of several others from the Ayotzinapa teachers’… »

22.03.2015

Caravana 43 Passed by New York City

Caravana 43 Passed by New York City

In September 2014, dozens of students from Ayotzinapa’s teachers’ college in the Mexican state of Guerrero were attacked by police. #Ayotzi43DCSix people were killed. The police then forcibly disappeared 43 students, who have been missing ever… »

19.03.2015

ALBA Caracas Declaration: Peace Against U.S. Aggression

ALBA Caracas Declaration: Peace Against U.S. Aggression

Caracas, Mar 18 (Prensa Latina) The Final Declaration of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) signed in Caracas at the end of the summit held here, confirms the commitment of that group to peace in face of new United States aggressions. The text rejects the executive… »

17.03.2015

Unasur asks the US to revoke their executive order against Venezuela

Unasur asks the US to revoke their executive order against Venezuela

Quito, Mar 16 (Andes).- Last Saturday, chancellors from the Union of South American Nations (Unasur) confirmed their support to have a national political dialogue in Venezuela and asked the United States to repeal the executive order that declares Venezuela a “threat” to their national security. Samper stated that… »

16.03.2015

Nuclear Waste: Out of sight, NOT out of mind

Nuclear Waste: Out of sight, NOT out of mind

Canada’s nuclear waste producers are looking for a place to abandon 50,000 tonnes of nuclear fuel waste.  This waste is extremely toxic, very long-lived, and virtually indestructible. More is being produced every day.  The amount is expected to double over the next 30 years. The industry’s idea is to dig… »

16.03.2015

President of Ecuador highlights meeting of Unsaur in Quito to discuss the position of Venezuela

President of Ecuador highlights meeting of Unsaur in Quito to discuss the position of Venezuela

Quito, March 14 (Andes).-President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, said on Saturday the meeting of foreign ministers of the Union of South American Nations (Unasur) will be held this afternoon in Quito to analyze the declaration of United States of Venezuela as “a danger to national security”. “Foreign ministers of… »

15.03.2015

In Selma, Memories of Bloody Sunday Spur Action Today

In Selma, Memories of Bloody Sunday Spur Action Today

By Amy Goodman with Denis Moynihan Fifty years have passed since Bloody Sunday, that seminal event in United States civil-rights history when African Americans and their allies attempted to march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, demanding the right to vote. As soon as they crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge in… »

11.03.2015

The problem with “trickle-down techonomics”

The problem with “trickle-down techonomics”

By Jon Gosier, Investor, data scientist, entrepreneur. For TED Hooray for technology! It makes everything better for everyone!! Right? Well, no. When a new technology, like ebooks or health trackers, is only available to some people, it has unintended consequences for all of us. Jon Gosier, a TED Fellow… »

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