Topic: Atrocities

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It Is Time To Get Very Afraid: Extremists, Authoritarians Now Run the GOP and No One Can Stop Them

Boehner and McConnell weren't conservative enough for them. Nor Eric Cantor. Right-wing purists won't stop here. Movement Conservatives just...   [ continue reading...]



Anti-Jewish and anti-Muslim racisms, and the question of Palestine/Israel

Both anti-Muslim and anti-Jewish racisms have played their part in legitimising global clashes. And the Palestine/Israel question has helped to encourage these...   [ continue reading...]



Mexico’s Plan Merida on Trial

Plan Merida has been blamed for worsening the country’s security situation and allowing atrocities like the Ayotzinapa disappearances to flourish   [ continue reading...]



Will Saudi Arabia Stop UN From Investigating Its War Atrocities in Yemen?

Sarah Lazare, staff writer As Saudi government launches diplomatic blitz against human rights probe, Obama administration remains silent.   [ continue reading...]



What U.S. Progressives and Bernie Sanders Supporters Can Learn from Jeremy Corbyn

Could Americans be primed for a rejection of austerity politics? As with the rise of Syriza in Greece and the growth of Podemos in Spain, Jeremy...   [ continue reading...]



The charity which campaigned to ban Syrian refugees from Britain

Meet the neo-Malthusians campaigning against refugees and for child benefits to be scrapped. Wikimedia/Mstyslav Chernov, CC4.0 In Janua...   [ continue reading...]



The key to ICC success: widening the reach of international justice

Technical legal arguments are insufficient to address growing disenchantment with the ICC. More must be done to extend the reach of international justice to the...   [ continue reading...]



Israeli Arms Fuel Atrocities in Africa

Since its secession in 2011, South Sudan has descended into civil war between opposing political factions. Israeli weapons are fueling atrocities in ...   [ continue reading...]



The Story of Greenpeace & the story Greenpeace tells

The documentary film How To Change the World has just splashed out on cinema screens in nine countries. It is by far the best telling of the origin story of Gre...   [ continue reading...]



Iceland: Reykjavík boycotts Israeli goods

Sat, 19/09/2015 The city council in Iceland's capital, Reykjavík, has voted t...   [ continue reading...]



Obama's Geopolitical Strategy for Containing China

In ways that have eluded Washington pundits and policymakers, President Barack Obama is deploying a subtle geopolitical strategy that, if successful, might give...   [ continue reading...]



How You Can Do the Most Good: It's Not as Simple as You Think

A minimally acceptable ethical life involves using a substantial part of one’s spare resources to make the world a better place. The following essay...   [ continue reading...]



How You Can Do the Most Good - It's Not as Simple as You Might Think

A minimally acceptable ethical life involves using a substantial part of one’s spare resources to make the world a better place. The following essay...   [ continue reading...]



U.S. Special Ops Missions in Africa Fail to Stem Rising Tide of Terror Groups, Coups, and Human Rights Abuses

Documents paint a picture of unceasing special ops missions across Africa -- many in nations with checkered human rights records. To stay on top of im...   [ continue reading...]



US Special Ops Missions in Africa Fail to Stem Rise of Human Rights Abuses

"Africa is a challenging place today and one that, if left unattended, is likely to be the birthplace of many more challenges in the future," Army Secretary Joh...   [ continue reading...]



More Syrian Refugees: Good for National Security

A Hungarian field ranger watches a group of refugees who crossed the Serbian border into Hungary near the town of Asotthalom, August, 23, 2015. (Sergey Ponomare...   [ continue reading...]



‘Yemen After Five Months Looks Like Syria After Five Years’

As Yemen rapidly disintegrates, the U.S. is turning a blind eye to atrocities committed by its Saudi allies — even as Washington enables them.   [ continue reading...]



Day of the Disappeared: Mexico Remembers the 43 Abducted Students

International human rights legislation defines "enforced disappearance" as the action of state agents, or people or groups acting with the state's authorisation...   [ continue reading...]



US/NATO Embrace Psy-ops and Info-War

The US government and NATO have entered the Brave New World of "strategic communications," merging psy-ops, propaganda and PR in order to manage the perceptions...   [ continue reading...]



Eduardo Galeano Connected the Dots Between Colonialism, Capitalism and Racism

One of the brilliant gifts of Eduardo Galeano's Open Veins of Latin America is that it stops historically in the 1970s, yet provides a knowledge base with which...   [ continue reading...]

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