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The To­ries can nev­er be true friends of Pales­tine

Last month, at an event commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Nakba in the British Parliament, Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, a Conservative member of...

yesterday 10

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Yara Hawari

Why ‘white’ su­prema­cists are not al­ways white

In the early hours that followed yet another mass shooting in the United States – this time targeting an outlet mall in Allen, Texas – rumours...

yesterday 10

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Christopher Rhodes

A post-pan­dem­ic homage to Cat­alo­nia

Twenty years ago, in 2003, I left the United States with no particular agenda aside from leaving the United States – which despite being my country...

yesterday 20

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Belen Fernandez

Why gov­ern­ments love pri­vate con­sul­tants and their ‘bill­ables’

A quick search on YouTube or TikTok and it would not be difficult to find videos parodying consultants. The running joke is that no one really...

yesterday 10

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Somdeep Sen

The dam­age Cana­da’s spies can do

This is the tale of two men who risked their lives as veteran police officers to serve their country only to have their life’s work and loyalty...

previous day 40

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Andrew Mitrovica

Ukraine shows why Ron De­San­tis can’t do a Trump on for­eign pol­i­cy

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has finally announced his intent to seek the United States presidency, albeit in a perplexing manner. Much of the...

previous day 20

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Ahmadi Ali

Jus­tice for child sex abuse should not de­pend on post­codes

Is there anything in your life so important that you would leave your family and career behind for two years, and walk 50km (31 miles) every day...

wednesday 40

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Matthew Mcvarish

What we need now from the lead­er­ship of COP28

There is a big difference between national leaders and global leaders. The former push national interests on the global stage, often using the...

wednesday 40

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Vanessa Nakate

Er­do­gan’s re-elec­tion is good news for Turkiye – and the world

Against the backdrop of an increasingly complex global political landscape, last Sunday’s presidential run-off in Türkiye marked a pivotal...

wednesday 20

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Fahrettin Altun

The adop­tion of sign lan­guage is a loud win for anti-cap­i­tal­ism

On May 4, 2023, South Africa’s parliament voted for an amendment to the constitution that added sign language as an official language. It was a...

30.05.2023 40

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Pedro Mzileni

Biden’s five mis­takes in Ukraine

Since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine last year, much has been said about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s miscalculations. Last...

30.05.2023 70

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Marwan Bishara

The West has a gold­en op­por­tu­ni­ty to en­gage the Tal­iban

On May 18, the interim Taliban administration in Afghanistan announced that it has replaced caretaker Prime Minister Mullah Mohammad Hasan Akhund...

30.05.2023 2

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Sultan Barakat

Arab states can­not white­wash Syr­ia’s hu­man rights record

“I fled the conflict in Syria to seek refuge in Lebanon… Now Lebanon deported me back to Syria where the same government I fled from continues to...

30.05.2023 5

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Diana Semaan

Why doesn’t Eu­rope grieve deaths in the Mediter­ranean?

According to an April 12 report by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) of the United Nations, at least 441 refugees drowned in the...

28.05.2023 70

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Heidi Mogstad

Rishi Sunak’s pro­posed anti-asy­lum bill is dan­ger­ous

On May 16, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak addressed a Council of Europe summit in Reykjavík to garner European support for his government’s...

28.05.2023 50

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Ibrahim Khogali

Africa, don’t swal­low the poi­son pill of aus­ter­i­ty any more

In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people around the world have fallen into poverty. That includes an estimated 55 million...

28.05.2023 40

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Fabio Andrés Díaz Pabón

Kar­nata­ka has shown how to de­feat Modi — In­dia must now learn

India’s political landscape is again alive with new possibilities after the southern state of Karnataka threw the Hindu supremacist Bhartiya...

28.05.2023 40

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Tack­ling pover­ty can start with em­brac­ing the GDP of the poor

Over the past three years, a cost-of-living crisis has spread across the world, affecting both rich and poor countries. Many are blaming it on the...

28.05.2023 1

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Maxwell Gomera

Hu­man­i­tar­i­an aid alone can­not save Lebanon

With the world’s attention focused firmly on Ukraine, countless other countries in crisis have been forgotten – left to fend for themselves with...

28.05.2023 2

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Nadine Francis-Pohle

How did Tina Turn­er be­come an un­like­ly icon in Al­ba­nia?

“Tina Turner, the ‘Queen of Rock ’n’ Roll’, has died peacefully today at the age of 83 after a long illness in her home in Kusnacht near...

28.05.2023 1

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Chelsi West Ohueri