Wednesday, 19 February , 2020

India

Italy-Israel: the Fighter-Jet Diplomacy

by Manlio Dinucci European Leaders – from the EU’s foreign representative Mogherini to Premier Gentiloni, from President Macron to Chancellor Merkel – have formally stepped...

BRICS: Superpowers in Traditional Medicine

Final Declaration of the Meeting of BRICS Country Specialists in traditional medicine The Meeting of BRICS country specialists in traditional medicine was held as part...

Russia and Homeopathy

The following article is about the meeting and discussion concerning Homeopathy that took place in the Public Chamber of Russia in Moscow on November 14th. Representatives of...

Latest figures reveal more than 40 million people are living in...

Forced marriage is included for first time in worldwide statistics that show ‘money and debt’ to be at the heart of the exploitation An estimated...

India’s deafening silence after Trump’s Jerusalem shift

by Zeenat Saberin India's two-sentence response to the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital last week elicited mixed reactions after New Delhi for decades...

Freedom from Debt! India’s Farmers Storm Capital

Farmers storm India’s national capital, demanding freedom from debt and better price for their produce Several thousand small-holder farmers from across India held a massive...

How colonial violence came home: the ugly truth of the first...

The Great War is often depicted as an unexpected catastrophe. But for millions who had been living under imperialist rule, terror and degradation were...

E. Germain (Mandel) The Marxist Theory of Imperialism and its Critics

(August 1955) From Two Essays on Imperialism, New York 1966. Note by D.D.P.: In reality Ernest Germain and Ernest Mandel are one person. Germain is one...

Latest figures reveal more than 40 million people are living in...

Forced marriage is included for first time in worldwide statistics that show ‘money and debt’ to be at the heart of the exploitation By Annie...

The Battle for History | by Seumas Milne

Published in theguardian.com 12 September 2002 It would be easy to dismiss the controversy over the latest Martin Amis offering as little more than a...