Politics

05.03.2021

The Baltic States are the European troublemakers

The Baltic States are the European troublemakers

By Antanas Tubelis Foreign policy of the Baltic States creates conflicts in the international relationship of Eastern Europe. Earlier, head of the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Žygimantas Pavilionis was delegated to Georgia as a mediator in the political conflict. However, he threatened the Georgian authorities… »

03.03.2021

Venezuela strengthens gender violence law

Venezuela strengthens gender violence law

Venezuela is presently making progress to strengthen current legislation to guarantee a society free of gender violence, parliamentary and government spokespersons Venezuela´s National Assembly (Parliament) passed on Tuesday the reform of the Organic Law on the Right of Women to a Life Free of Violence, which is geared to expanding… »

02.03.2021

Nigeria: Hundreds of kidnapped students released — governor

Nigeria: Hundreds of kidnapped students released — governor

The governor of Zamfara state has said that 279 girls taken from a school are “now safe.” Their abduction was the second mass school kidnapping to take place in Nigeria this year. Hundreds of Nigerian students kidnapped from their boarding school in the northern state of Zamfara have… »

01.03.2021

Africa’s development must be based on resilient approaches with nature and people at the center

Africa’s development must be based on resilient approaches with nature and people at the center

Interview by Kester Kenn Klomegah In this insightful and wide-ranging interview, Professor Patrick Verkooijen, Chief Executive Officer of Global Center on Adaptation discusses the organization’s establishment, its main objectives, challenges and the plans for the future. The Global Center on Adaptation in Africa (GCA Africa), based at the African Development… »

26.02.2021

U.S. House Passes Historic Equality Act Protecting LGBTQ People

U.S. House Passes Historic Equality Act Protecting LGBTQ People

The U.S. House has passed landmark legislation that amends the 1964 Civil Rights Act to include sexual orientation and gender identity as protected groups. The Equality Act extends discrimination protections for LGBTQ people at the workplace, in housing, education, among other areas. This is Democratic Congressmember Mondaire Jones of New York —… »

26.02.2021

Noam Chomsky: Solidarity movements key to changing US Middle East policy

Noam Chomsky: Solidarity movements key to changing US Middle East policy

From nuclear disarmament to Palestinian rights, Noam Chomsky discusses the need to disrupt authoritarian alliances and an entrenching ‘Greater Israel.’ By Lilach Ben David Professor Noam Chomsky, the world-renowned linguist and one of the most important political thinkers of last half century, may have… »

25.02.2021

A Minimum Wage? A Fake Debate

A Minimum Wage? A Fake Debate

By Richard D. Wolff Capitalism’s “conservative” defenders yet again oppose raising the minimum wage. They fought raising it in the past much as they tried to prevent the Fair Labor Standards Act (1938) that first mandated a U.S. minimum wage. The major argument opponents have used is this: setting or… »

22.02.2021

Bolsonaro May Well Emerge Unscathed from Brazil’s Disaster

Bolsonaro May Well Emerge Unscathed from Brazil’s Disaster

Viewpoint by Robert Muggah* It was once fashionable to describe Brazil as the country of the future. What a difference half a decade makes. In recent years, a democratically elected president was stripped of power and ultimately replaced by an authoritarian strongman. Today, Latin America’s largest country is suffering from… »

22.02.2021

Like a Colonial Ruler

Like a Colonial Ruler

Demands for new sanctions against Moscow are raised in Berlin: “We want regime change.” Among Germany’s ruling elites, demands for imposing new sanctions on Moscow and stirring up Russia’s younger generation are increasing. “The objectives we have in relationship to Russia are very big” explained Gabriel Felbermayr, President of the… »

22.02.2021

Face 2 Face with Harpreet Singh Toor

Face 2 Face with Harpreet Singh Toor

LIVE SHOW: Monday, February 22nd at 3 PM EST On this show we are speaking with Harpreet Toor, Richmond Hill resident in queens, running for City Council District 23. Mr. Toor offers his 30 years of experience and activism with the Sikh community to a broader political front. »

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