Saturday, 31 October , 2020

Colonialism

One Hundred Years of the Communist Movement in India

September 1, 2020 Español Português हिन्दी Ελληνικά On 17 October 2020, the Indian communist movement looks back on a century of courageous resistance against tyranny, oppression, and...

Macron styles himself as Lebanon’s savior, ready to reshape country’s system...

9 Aug, 2020 French President Emmanuel Macron has rallied a host of international donors to support Lebanon, and promised that the country’s future “is being...

Black Lives Matter, Gandhi, Soekarno, Africa and Hungary

By Darwis Khudori * Monday, July 20, 2020, I received an Internet link from one of my Algerian students: « La stèle dédiée au Président Soekarno...

‘Belgium Should Apologize for Its Colonial Past,’ Kompany Says

20 June 2020 Photo: Twitter/ @astroehlein Up to 15 million people were killed by the entrepreneurial activities of King Leopold II, the "sole owner" of the "Congo Free...

The African Continental Free Trade Area: What Kind of Pan-Africanism?

by NANGA Jean 21 January 2019 In Kigali, Rwanda, on March 21, 2018, five years after the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Organisation...

Winston Churcill: the symbol of the merciless British Empire

Winston Churchill’s Statue Vandalised During #Blacklivesmatters Protests June 8, 2020 Also read Bristol statue toppling: Who was Edward Colston and why did anti-racism protesters target him?

Bristol statue toppling: Who was Edward Colston and why did anti-racism...

By Alice Tidey 09/06/2020 Anti-racism protesters in the English city of Bristol tore down the controversial statue of slave trader Edward Colston on Sunday after years of...

Belgians want statue of genocidal King Leopold II removed

Jun 04, 2020 Inspired by global protests at the death of unarmed black American George Floyd, some 30,000 people in Belgium have signed two petitions...

India tells Oxford museum to hand over ‘stolen’ 15th-century bronze idol

21 Feb, 2020 The Indian government has requested that the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford return their “stolen” 15th-century bronze sculpture, which was apparently removed from...

Acropolis and the British “cultural” piracy

Did England commit fraud to keep the Parthenon Sculptures? 2/27/2020 For the last two centuries, the British Museum in London has claimed ownership of the...