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‘It’s a genocide’: Brazil’s Lula compares war on Gaza to Holocaust

While Israel has summoned its ambassador and shot back severe criticism, Hamas has thanked the leader, who plans to increase Brazil's Unrwa contribution Feb 18,...

The Non Aligned Movement, Neutrality and Multipolarity

By-Anuradha Chenoy* Two summits the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) and G-77 (Group of 77 countries),  both in Kampala, Uganda January 19_ 22, 2024,   indicate new stirrings...

SMAIAS-ASN Summer School / Sam Moyo Memorial Lecture

Dear colleagues, We are pleased to inform you that the 2024 SMAIAS-ASN Summer School will take place on February, 5th-9th, in Harare, in hybrid format....

COP Out: Wrapping Up a Useless Climate Summit That Should Fool...

By Peter Kalmus Climate Scientist Dec 18, 2023 COP28, the climate summit that ended last week, delivered nonbinding words. What humanity and the Earth need is...

In COP28 speech, Colombian President Gustavo Petro calls for a free...

The Colombian head of state has been consistently speaking out in support of Palestine amid Israel’s genocidal attacks. At the COP 28 summit, he...

The Kissinger legacy and its Carry in the Global South

By Anuradha Chenoy* For the Global South, Kissinger could well be called Dr. Death. He insured that whichever country raised a voice or could potentially...

The cultural blindness of development “aid”

A sign of the imminent demise of the neocolonial world-system By Charles McKelvey 8 Aug 2023 In the neocolonial world-system, there are a significant number of global...

Countries Can’t Tackle Climate Change as They’re Drowning in Debt. This...

The climate crisis is here; it’s prime time for the pause clause By Tess Lowery June 1, 2023 For climate change vulnerable nations such as Pakistan, Fiji,...

Peut-on faire confiance aux BRICS?

Par Aicha EL ALAOUI (*), 30 août 2023  Le XVe sommet des BRICS, qui a lieu du 22 au 24 août 2023 à Johannesburg, a démontré...

Is a new global food crisis brewing?

Βy Germán Gorraiz  FAO economist Abdolreza Abbassian, speaking to The Associated Press, said that in order to feed the world's population (which will reach 9...