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Automated Murder: Israel’s ‘AI’ in Gaza by Patrick Lawrence and Cara Marianna*

“Technological change, while it helps hu- manity meet the challenges nature impos- es upon us, leads to a paradigm shift: It leaves us lesscapable, not more, of using our...

Reflections on the Olympic Games in Paris in 2024 by Dr rer. publ. Werner Wüthrich

According to the official calendar, the Olympic Games took place for the first time...

Visit to Bulengo IDP Camps: Addressing the Plight of Twa/Pygmies

On Sunday, April 21, 2024, our team visited two groups at the Bulengo IDP...

Preventing Armageddon in the 21st Century

17 Apr 2024 – For my first post on Political Therapy I am sharing...

From Port-aux-Prince to Africa: Unveiling the Haitian Crisis

22 Mar 2024 – In recent past weeks, the situation in Haiti has drawn international attention due to reports of escalating violence. Various media...

Haiti on the Brink By Kim Ives

Never have revolutionary conditions in Haiti been so favorable. The government of de facto Prime Minister Ariel Henry is completely illegitimate, ineffective, and unpopular. The...

How Wealthy Corporations Use Investment Agreements to Extract Millions from Developing Countries

Anival Tanguila, a Quichua leader from the Corazón del Oriente Community, stands next to decommissioned Perenco oil infrastructure in the Ecuadorian Amazon on 22...

Venezuela and Guyana to Maintain Direct Dialogue Amid Essequibo Dispute

By Jose Luis Granados Ceja on December 14, 2023 Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and his Guyanese counterpart Irfaan Ali meet to ease tensions Venezuela and Guyana...

Thumos, Fire in the Belly and a Taste of Salt

By Marilyn Langlois – TRANSCEND Media Service Frequently articulated expressions derive from the Greek terms logos and eros, but who has heard of thumos?  Why...

Kenyan High Court Blocks Parliamentary Authorization of Police Mission to Haiti

A High Court in Nairobi has extended its orders blocking the deployment of Kenyan police officers to Haiti. The ruling was issued on November...

“Oh freedom– what crimes have been committed in your name!”

  Speech made by Bassolma Bazie, Foreign Minister of the Transitional Government of Burkina Faso, at the 78th General Assembly of the United Nations, 23 September...

Social Activists Demand Real Equality for Chilean Women

Women social activists recognize that gender equality is gaining ground in Chile, but maintain that there is still a long way to go to...

Young People from the U.S. Travel to Cuba and Break the Siege

It’s a hot and crowded Tuesday morning in the Yoruba Cultural Center in Havana, and the air sticks to the skin. You can hear...

Colombia: Gustavo Petro and Francia Márquez have achieved a historic victory for the left – so who are they?

It was, said Francia Márquez Mina, a victory for “the nobodies”. Speaking in Bogota on June 19 after the results of the Colombian presidential election...

Chile Turns to the Left: The Daunting Challenges Ahead By Alejandra Garcia

Leftist Gabriel Boric became Chile’s president-elect this week, the man who will run the politics of one of the continent’s largest economies. The youngest...

COLOMBIAN MERCENARIES AND THE ASSASSINATION OF HAITIAN PRESIDENT JOVENEL MOÏSE

THE MEN SAT on a tile floor, many wearing tan combat boots, most with their hands cuffed behind their backs. The table before them was...

Haiti Revolution, sparks for freedom

by Ustadi Kadiri, Haiti Action Committee In 1789, French Haiti – St. Domingue at the time – was receiving 40,000 enslaved Afrikans a year, the...

Haiti’s President Jovenel Moïse’s shameful assault on democracy by U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters: | Miami Herald Opinio

The Biden administration’s response to Haiti’s spiraling political crisis may be motivated by wariness of entangling the U.S. in a neighbor’s affairs, or adding...

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