Topic: South Africa

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Brazil Judge’s Ruling Sparks Conversion Therapy Controversy

Expand A man shows his rainbow flag during the Gay Pride parade in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,...   [ continue reading...]

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Kurdish struggles and the challenge of foreign support: the case of Syrian Kurds

What needs discussing critically is the historical and structural reasons that would leave a revolutionary movemen...   [ continue reading...]

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The Blue Notes: South Africa’s First Generation of Free Jazz

Apartheid restrictions and the defiant, joyful freedom of the group’s music meant gigs were scarce and the human tensions of operating in such a climate w...   [ continue reading...]

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Ethnic cleansing and the price of silence

For years Rohingya have been fleeing Myanmar by any means possible. It is time to re-examine theses advanced by Ar...   [ continue reading...]

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Five common myths about marriage equality

Sarah HathwaySaturday, September 16, 20171. Legislating marriage equality will impact on rights to freedom of religion, freedom of speech and freedom to practic...   [ continue reading...]

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The Dark Side of William F. Buckley, Jr.

Beneath the St. Christopher Medal and the Brooks Brothers Suit Lurked the Soul of a Sadist Few public intellectuals infamous for defending McCarthyism and champ...   [ continue reading...]

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Shrinking Transparency in the NAFTA and RCEP Negotiations

Provisions on digital trade are quietly being squared away in both of the two major trade negotiations currently underway—the North American Free Trade Ag...   [ continue reading...]

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What would an ecological society look like — and how could we win it?

A People's Climate March in New York in 2015.Friday, September 15, 2017The devastating hurricanes that hit the southern US and the Caribbean, and the catastroph...   [ continue reading...]

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South African Court’s Election Ruling a Setback to Zuma, Allies

KwaZulu Natal province, situated on the east coast of South Africa, is the ancestral home of the scandal-prone president and will also command most votes at the...   [ continue reading...]

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Putin Warns Against Hysteria About DPRK

Havana. Russian President Vladimir Putin warned at the opening of the high–level segment of the Ninth BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) S...   [ continue reading...]

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Why the Greatest Advocates of Nonviolence Didn't Condemn Anti-Racist, Anti-Fascist Acts of Violence

Most reports on antifa assert that there is an absolute separation between violence and nonviolence, and that each of us must choose a side. But history shows t...   [ continue reading...]

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‘Voice of boycott’ was heard in Montgomery and South Africa, why not Israel? Roger Waters writes in ‘NYT’

"Boycotts have always been accepted as a legitimate form of nonviolent protest in the United States," musician Roger Waters writes in the New York Times, from M...   [ continue reading...]

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Critical voices in critical times: Fanon, race & politics - an interview with Mireille Fanon-Mendès France (part 1 of 2)

Mireille Fanon-Mendès France, daughter of Franz Fanon, talks about the enduring relevance of his ideas and...   [ continue reading...]

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Legal Scholar James Whitman: 'Trusting in Our Institutions' May Not Be Enough to Stop Trump

Yale law professor on what the Nazis learned from American racism, and how the worst laws of the past linger on. Donald Trump is less unusual than he may...   [ continue reading...]

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US-Venezuelan activist: 'Trump will not succeed in isolating Venezuela'

William CamacaroCoral WynterCaracasFriday, September 8, 2017“The US is doing the same thing as it did with the economic blockade on Cuba, to try and suffo...   [ continue reading...]

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Despite Our 'Patriotic' Propaganda, the U.S. is a Force for Destruction in the Middle East

The U.S. is in many ways little more than an air force, military trainer, and weapons depot for assorted Sunni despots. I used to command soldiers. Over...   [ continue reading...]

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North Korea and China: Report From Beijing

Beijing. For weeks, the party leadership in Beijing had trumpeted the Brics summit as a chance to herald China’s vision for the group of emerging nations....   [ continue reading...]

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In the "War on Terror," What Are We Killing and Dying For?

Helicopter crew members stand security after the extraction of fellow soldiers from the top of a mountain in the Andar District of Ghazni Province in Afghanista...   [ continue reading...]

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Invasive Species Are Killing People, Decimating Wildlife and Costing Billions of Dollars in Damage Around the Globe

In the U.S. alone, invasive species cost the economy $120 billion every year. Across the United States, invasive species are responsible for “t...   [ continue reading...]

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Is Liberia's Sirleaf really standing up for women?

President Sirleaf's promise to campaign for women candidates in Liberia's upcoming elections comes too little, too...   [ continue reading...]

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