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12.12.2020

Even the Opposition Believes Venezuela’s Election Was Legitimate

Even the Opposition Believes Venezuela’s Election Was Legitimate

By Vijay Prashad Before the National Assembly elections on December 6 in Venezuela, the United States government began a campaign to delegitimize the process. The U.S. government sanctioned the head of the National Electoral Council (CNE) and members of the opposition who had decided to run in the election. »

12.12.2020

The fight against fake news: A restrictive policy for online freedom of expression in Senegal

The fight against fake news: A restrictive policy for online freedom of expression in Senegal

Written by Ababacar Diop The policy lacks clear definition for what constitutes ‘fake news’ Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have revolutionized the world and ushered in great change in all segments of society. One of the most spectacular upheavals relates to the production and circulation of information. Once… »

12.12.2020

Face 2 Face Teri Mattson

Face 2 Face Teri Mattson

LIVE SHOW: Saturday, December 12 at 5 PM EST On this show we are speaking with Teri Mattson, Latin America Coordinator and a founder and coordinator for The Campaign to End US and Canada Sanctions against Venezuela. Our main discussion is about past general elections done on December 6… »

11.12.2020

European and Western Sanctions Push Russia to Africa

European and Western Sanctions Push Russia to Africa

By Kester Kenn Klomegah On November 23, Russian Senators, Academicians, Researchers and Experts gathered to discuss the export of non-commodities to Africa at the interactive webinar, organized by Federation Council of Russia, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Russia, and Business Russia Association. According to the organizers, the meeting was… »

11.12.2020

EU agrees on tougher climate goals for 2030

EU agrees on tougher climate goals for 2030

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has said the EU will cut carbon emissions by 55% by 2030. EU leaders agreed on Friday to set an ambitious target of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 55% compared to 1990 levels by 2030. “Great way to celebrate the first anniversary of our #… »

11.12.2020

Democracy Groups Launch Project to Envision More Democratic U.S. Constitution

Democracy Groups Launch Project to Envision More Democratic U.S. Constitution

On the anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, two pro-democracy human rights groups, Democracy Unlimited and Move to Amend, today launched a project to envision a more democratic and just U.S. Constitution. Toward a People’s Constitution is a website created to provide an… »

11.12.2020

Ghana – Citadel of Democracy

Ghana – Citadel of Democracy

By Kester Kenn Klomegah In a tightly contested presidential election, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, an experienced politician and highly successful business magnet, has been re-elected for a second term as the president of the Republic of Ghana, the Ghana’s election commission has declared. Nana Akufo-Addo of the governing New Patriotic… »

10.12.2020

I agree with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Foreign Bases

I agree with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Foreign Bases

You may have heard that the U.S. House of Representatives just passed a bill to spend $741 billion renaming military bases that have been heretofore named for Confederates. You may think that’s a grand idea but still wonder at the price tag. Of course, the secret is that — even… »

10.12.2020

Low Turnout, but Free, Elections in Venezuela Are a Blow to Regime Change

Low Turnout, but Free, Elections in Venezuela Are a Blow to Regime Change

By Leonardo Flores Venezuela held legislative elections on December 6 and, as has become the norm, the U.S. and sectors of the opposition that boycotted the election are claiming fraud without presenting evidence. The coalition of parties supporting President Maduro won 68% of the vote and a supermajority in the… »

09.12.2020

EU court case sees British citizen seek post-Brexit rights in France

EU court case sees British citizen seek post-Brexit rights in France

A UK citizen who has been living in France for 36 years has brought a case to the Court of Justice of the European Union that could have profound implications for British people living in European countries after Brexit. The woman is hoping to retain some citizenship rights after… »

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