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Why are the progressive left mixing with the dark right on...

 January 12, 2022 It’s Wednesday and I have been digging a bit into what appears to be a growing coalition opposing lockdowns, mask wearing, vaccine...

Nuclear Instability: Russia, China and the “USSR – II” scenario

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos As nuclear weapons stockpiles worldwide rise and countries upgrade their warheads and missiles there is an unprecedented need to de-escalate tensions and...

A historic victory of the left. Α new Tsipras or a...

Leftist millennial wins election as Chile’s next president By PATRICIA LUNA and JOSHUA GOODMAN SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — A leftist millennial who rose to prominence during...

“Democratic Socialist” carries away landslide victory in Honduras

By Yunus Soner Nov.30, 2021 Xiomara Castro de Zelaya, candidate of the Free Party (Partido de Libertad y Refundacion – LIBRE) for the presidential elections of...

Il faut rompre avec ce monde ! – Meeting de l’Union...

Le dimanche 5 décembre 2021, Jean-Luc Mélenchon était en meeting à La Défense devant plus de 5000 personnes. Au début de ce meeting, Manon...

Portugal’s Election Is About Whether Austerity Is Really Over

An interview with Jorge Costa Nov.17, 2021 Portuguese premier António Costa has called a snap general election in a bid to end his dependency on left-wing...

PSOE-Podemos government cracks down on Spanish metal strike

By Alice Summers Nov 24, 2021 (AP Photo/Javier Fergo) Yesterday, as the strike of over 22,000 metalworkers in the southern Spanish city of Cádiz for pay increases...

Coronavirus pandemic in Austria runs out of control

By Markus Salzmann Nov. 23, 2021 The unscrupulous policies of Austria’s ruling parties in recent months have led to mass coronavirus infections and high death rates....

End of the affair: Portugal’s far left dumps António Costa

Early election looms after Socialists’ budget defeat. October 27, 2021 Socialist Prime Minister António Costa’s six-year love-in with Portugal’s far left ended ugly Wednesday when the...

Czech Freefall

By Duncan Eaton 20 October 2021 Nearly a week and a half ago, parliamentary elections in the Czech Republic ended the four-year tenure of Andrej Babiš,...