08 March 2018

All the news for 08 March 2018 [ 267 news items | Now showing page 1 of 14 ]

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On International Women's Day, Women Declare: Emancipation Comes Through the Rejection of Capitalism

From Afghanistan to the Philippines to Mexico to Spain, women across the globe are taking to the streets today to mark International Women's Day. In South Korea...   [ continue reading...]

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China: Allow UN Rights Experts into Tibet

Expand China’s national flag is raised during a ceremony marking the 96th anniversary...   [ continue reading...]

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God Wills It! The War on Terror as the Launching of an American Crusade

A paratrooper watches as an aircraft flies overhead while dropping supplies in Paktika Province, Afghanistan, November 9, 2007. (Photo: Spc. Micah E. Clare / US...   [ continue reading...]

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You Can Have Emotions You Don’t Feel - Facts So Romantic

What does it mean to have an emotion? It seems obvious that having one means feeling it. If you’re happy but don’t know it, in what sense could you...   [ continue reading...]

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Economic Update: Winds of Economic Change

This week's episode discusses the teachers strike in West Virginia, Trump's tariffs, Germany's move to make public transport free, living standards during the...   [ continue reading...]

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Green play

Combining vertical strips of video of Central Park on a single sunny Sunday, Green Play is ‘a joyful orchestration of one of the great meeting places in N...   [ continue reading...]

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In Spain, Women Launch Nationwide Feminist Strike Protesting "Alliance of Patriarchy & Capitalism"

In Spain, women have launched the first nationwide women's strike in Spain's history to mark International Women's Day. Their motto: "If we stop, the world stop...   [ continue reading...]

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The copy is the original

In China and Japan, temples may be rebuilt and ancient warriors cast again. There is nothing sacred about the ‘original’By Byung-Chul HanRead at Aeo...   [ continue reading...]

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Ongoing Defence “Reforms” May Not Solve Indian Army’s Ammunition Shortage Problem

Ongoing Defence “Reforms” May Not Solve Indian Army’s Ammunition Shortage Problem seema Thu, 03/08/2018 - 18:44   [ continue reading...]

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"The People Vs. Democracy?" by Jan-Werner Müller

The election result in Italy, where populists and far-right parties topped the polls, following the twin disasters of Brexit in the United Kingdom and Donald Tr...   [ continue reading...]

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Experts Demand Senators Back Sanders-Led Proposal to End US Complicity in Yemen Bloodshed

Julia Conley, staff writerCiting a raging humanitarian crisis as well as constitutional law, more than three dozen legal scholars, human rights advocates, and f...   [ continue reading...]

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Land is the Basis of Freedom, Justice, and Equality

I actually grow and produce food. I like to lead by example, and I have found that while there are more conversations about food and food systems, those convers...   [ continue reading...]

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Pakistani Activist Contacts Home After 14-Month Long Disappearance

Social activist Samar Abbas disappeared while visiting the capital, Islamabad, along with four other men who were picked up from different cities. The post Paki...   [ continue reading...]

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There's a Looming 'Existential Threat' to New Orleans That Should Frighten Every Sane American

Activist and filmmaker Josh Fox is fighting Entergy's proposed $210 million gas-fired power plant that is on the frontlines of a national battle against frack...   [ continue reading...]

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Headlines for March 8, 2018

Women Across the World Mark International Women's Day, Sessions Attacks California in Escalating Feud over Sanctuary Laws, 8 Students Arrested in D.C. Sit-In De...   [ continue reading...]

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Labor History in Real Time

I love West Virginia. I love the people, the mountains, and the history of a people not dependent on the corporate state. Yes, Virginia—there is a hi...   [ continue reading...]

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Women Miners Stake a Claim in Zimbabwe

This article is part of a series of stories and op-eds launched by IPS on the occasion of this year’s International Women’s Day on March 8.The post...   [ continue reading...]

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Why Does the U.S. Hate Peace?

Give peace a chance, the song urges. But the United States won’t have it. Olympic diplomacy seems to be working on the Korean peninsula. After a pair of S...   [ continue reading...]

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The War on Terror as the Launching of an American Religious Crusade

Using religion as an excuse for destabilizing world order. America may be sinking ever deeper into the moral morass of the Trump era, but if you think the...   [ continue reading...]

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Eve Ensler on International Women’s Day & Her New One-Woman Play "In the Body of the World"

On International Women's Day, we speak with Eve Ensler, award-winning playwright and author of "The Vagina Monologues." Ensler's new play, "In the Body of the W...   [ continue reading...]

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