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Monthly Archives: August, 2020


Modi’s Brutal Treatment of Kashmir Exposes His Tactics – And Their Flaws

A year after a ferocious crackdown, I see the region facing nothing less than cultural erasure. ‘Why did Narendra Modi decide to inaugurate the Ram...

Mali: A History of Military Bullying and Corporate Dependency

Robin Poulton - TRANSCEND Media Service 18 Aug 2020 – The overthrow of Ibrahim Boubacar Keita (IBK) by military officers on August 18th 2020 puts Mali back...

Why some governments fear even teens on TikTok

IN Egypt, teenager Menna Abdel Aziz used social media to ask for protection after a sexual assault. She was arrested on a variety of charges, including...

Ernest Wamba dia Wamba, a healer from within BY Jacques Depelchin

We should honor Professor Ernest Wamba dia Wamba by carrying on his life's work. In the early hours of July 15, 2020, at the University...

When France Extorted Haiti – the Greatest Heist in History

When France Extorted Haiti – the Greatest Heist in History The indemnity Haiti paid to France is the first and only time a formerly enslaved...

Three more countries ratify the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons: Ireland, Nigeria and Niue

06.08.2020 - London, United Kingdom - Tony Robinson In a ceremony hosted by ICAN and chaired by Elayne Whyte Gomez, the Costa Rican diplomat who steered the...

The Lessons We Haven’t Learned

Seventy-five years after the U.S. atomic bombings of Japan, we remain perched on the precipice of unparalleled catastrophe. by Helen Caldicott August 3, 2020   My birthday is August...


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