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Two African Heroes Leave Prison in Rwanda

Rwandan dictator Paul Kagame has released two of his best known political prisoners: Victoire Ingabire, a Hutu political activist, and Kizito Mihigo, a Tutsi...

Chronic corruption in UN resettlement process

THE UN AND REFUGEES - A NIGHTMAREUNHCR globally wastes more than one Galactic Year in the lives of refugeesIn Kenya it just got worse...

The Mutarule massacre: conflict from below in eastern Congo – By Kris Berwouts

Cows and land remain central to many local conflicts in South Kivu.On the evening of Friday 6th June, at least 33 unarmed...

Interview with Johan Galtung

Johan Galtung is a Norwegian professor and author who is widely regarded as the “Father of Academic Peace Research.” His pioneering and continuing efforts...

Break the silence: a world war is beckoning

                          Why do we tolerate the threat of another world war in...

‘Now, we have a democratically elected totalitarian government’ — Arundhati Roy

In Pakistan, apprehensions are rife about Narendra Modi’s flamboyant success. But fervent Modi supporters in the Indian middle classes prefer to place him in...
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