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14.04.2021

What Washington Does to Chinese

What Washington Does to Chinese

This coming Friday, newly elected U.S. President Joe Biden will meet with Japan’s Prime Minister SUGA Yoshihide for a summit that the mainstream media has presented as democratic and peace-loving countries casually getting together in order to discuss what should be done about the “China problem.” This narrative will, as… »

14.04.2021

Initiative Against Authoritarianism in Greece

Initiative Against Authoritarianism in Greece

We are migrants from Greece. We are those who were forced to leave our country or cannot return, because of the financial crisis brought upon us by the memoranda agreements. The political developments in Greece and the intensifying state and police authoritarianism, brutality and oppression fill us with rage. The… »

13.04.2021

In Latin America, mental health can only be achieved through collective memory

In Latin America, mental health can only be achieved through collective memory

Conflicts throughout history have an impact on mental health Written by Joel Herrera The debate on mental health is very important in the Latin American region because of the entire history of socio-political conflicts, criminalized and persecuted social movements, militarization, civil wars and other events. Most… »

12.04.2021

International Day of Action in Solidarity with Venezuela

International Day of Action in Solidarity with Venezuela

Zoom Webinar on the Occasion of International Day of Action in Solidarity with Venezuela April 18, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Bilingual (English and Sanish) CLICK HERE TO REGISTER In… »

09.04.2021

SADC Summit Ends With Promises of More Meetings

SADC Summit Ends With Promises of More Meetings

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) held an Extraordinary Double Troika meeting on 8th April in Maputo to deliberate on measures on addressing terrorism and its related impact on the current development specifically in the Mozambique and generally in southern Africa. The Cabo Delgado crisis started in 2017… »

08.04.2021

Minimize Civilian Harm in Eastern Ukraine Conflict

Minimize Civilian Harm in Eastern Ukraine Conflict

Potential Escalation in Hostilities Requires Focus on Civilian Protection International attention to the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine had faded in recent years. Recent reports of Russia massing troops near Ukraine’s border have brought it back into focus. Monitors reported a significant uptick in hostilities in recent weeks. »

07.04.2021

Bolsonaro’s cabinet changes create a stir: “It will not be enough”, says opposition

Bolsonaro’s cabinet changes create a stir: “It will not be enough”, says opposition

President replaced six high-level officials on Monday, after pressure from centrists and criticism of pandemic response Cristiane Sampaio On Monday (29th), changes within the Jair Bolsonaro administration caused repercussions in Brazil’s political sphere. Throughout the day, the ministers of Foreign Affairs and Defense, Ernesto Araújo and Fernando… »

07.04.2021

Freedom of assembly in Germany: Protected, but regulated

Freedom of assembly in Germany: Protected, but regulated

Germany has strict laws protecting freedom of assembly — but also strong regulations on how it may be implemented. DW explains what is allowed and what is against the law. Germany has a long history of protecting people’s right to assemble and carry out public protests, and it is enshrined… »

06.04.2021

Boris Johnson’s ‘discriminatory’ vaccine passport plan in trouble as Labour and Tory rebels unite in opposition

Boris Johnson’s ‘discriminatory’ vaccine passport plan in trouble as Labour and Tory rebels unite in opposition

Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a significant defeat in the House of Commons after the Labour Party warned it will join Conservative Party rebels to oppose “discriminatory” plans to introduce Covid vaccine passports. The UK government is facing mounting opposition from backbench MPs and members of the Labour Party over… »

06.04.2021

The Capitol Raid and Pandemic can Help Us Empathize with Venezuelans

The Capitol Raid and Pandemic can Help Us Empathize with Venezuelans

The January 6th raid on the Capitol and the pandemic that has upended the lives of every American seemingly have nothing to do with Venezuela. But the effects they had on U.S. political and economic stability offer a glimpse into what Venezuelans have been going through for the past… »

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