Category: Equatorial Guinea

Desmond Tutu: Oil-rich Equatorial Guinea

Over the past year, the world has watched with great interest as the Arab Spring has dissolved decades of repression. Citizens weary of injustice have stood up and demanded control of their destinies. I wish that oppressed people everywhere in Africa could benefit from the dramatic changes we are witnessing in North Africa.   The Read more…

Jason Kunin: Why Israel?

     In January 2007, a group of us who are active in District 12 of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation (OSSTF) tried to pass a motion supporting the international campaign of boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) against Israel.  Since I was the mover of the motion, many people afterwards became angry with me.  Others Read more…

Vijay Prashad: Money Flies Across Borders

New Britain Avenue in Hartford is one of those familiar American streets that bristle with urban alienation: from the fast food franchises to the fast oil change franchises, from the liquor stores to the gas stations. Battered cars zip by, as people commute between impoverished jobs and the oasis of family life. New Britain Avenue Read more…

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