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In memoriam: Shams Bhanji

Dear friendsWe are sorry to have to inform those...

Central African Republic launches Bitcoin hub

The Central African Republic has launched its government-backed cryptocurrency...

Belgium’s Trail of Colonial Injustice: From the plight of the Metis, Lumumba’s tooth to rising Tutsi Phobia

“Je suis le souverain d'un petit pays et de petites gens. J'ai passé ma vie à vouloir leur faire du bien; ils m'ont traité de voleur, d'assassin!’’ King Léopold...

In War Everyone Loses, There Are No Just Wars By Adolfo Pérez Esquivel

  It is necessary to make a calm analysis of those responsible for the war between Ukraine and Russia and the silence and refusal to...

A New Geopolitical Age By Ignacio Ramonet

February 24, 2022, the date of the start of the war in Ukraine, marks the world’s entry into a new geopolitical age. We are...

Freedom of Speech: the First Victim of the Ukrainian Crisis By Gustavo A Maranges

Freedom of speech has become something like the 11th commandment of the Bible and it is interpreted by everyone in their own way, as...

Ukraine: The West Has Paved the Road to War with Lies By Jan Oberg, Ph.D.

While this is being written, tension builds up around the more comprehensive Ukraine conflict formation. If this blows up in real war – God...

#Ethiopia #TigrayGenocide #ExcuseForRegimeChangeWar By Ann Garrison

13 Jan 2022 – While France steps up neocolonial aggression in its former North and West African colonies, the U.S. has set its sights on the elected...

Book Review: The Soul of Uganda Through Song by Michiel van Oosterhout

The Soul of Uganda Through Song by the Dutch journalist, music archivist and documentary filmmaker, Michiel van Oosterhout, is a lyrical telling of Uganda’s history...

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In memoriam: Shams Bhanji

Dear friendsWe are sorry to have to inform those...

Central African Republic launches Bitcoin hub

The Central African Republic has launched its government-backed cryptocurrency...

Belgium’s Trail of Colonial Injustice: From the plight of the Metis, Lumumba’s tooth to rising Tutsi Phobia

“Je suis le souverain d'un petit pays et de petites gens. J'ai passé ma vie à vouloir leur faire du bien; ils m'ont traité de voleur, d'assassin!’’ King Léopold...