Category: International Law

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Paul Farmer: Diary

Weak health systems, not unprecedented virulence or a previously unknown mode of transmission, are to blame for Ebola’s rapid spread

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Fidel Castro: The UN Is A Colossal Fraud

if it is perfectly possible to plan the development of the population in accordance with growing productivity, culture and development of human values, what are they waiting for?

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Vandana Shiva: Of Food, Farmers and WTO’s Doublespeak

Seed sovereignty is the foundation of food sovereignty

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David Swanson: Imagine There Are No Countries

The U.S. peace movement is currently drenched in nationalism, uses “we” to mean the U.S. military, and thinks of “global citizen” as a bit of silly childishness. That needs to change. And fast

Ronnie Kasrils: Gaza and the ‘Crime Of Crimes’

Russell Tribunal on Palestine finds that Gaza is on the brink of a genocidal apartheid

Pete Dolack: Clean Water as an Impediment to Corporate Profits

An Australian mining company insists its “right” to a guaranteed profit is superior to the right of El Salvador to clean drinking water

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Phyllis Bennis: Is There a Diplomatic Solution to ISIS Crisis?

Could Turn to Aid, Arms Embargo & Engaging Foes

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Robert Jensen: New UT Chief’s Military Background Is Cause for Reflection

The cascading political, economic, and ecological crises we face today make it more important than ever that publicly supported universities not only tolerate but encourage critiques of concentrated wealth and power

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Marjorie Cohn: Investigation Urged for War Crimes

National Lawyers Guild, other legal organizations urge International Criminal Court to investigate war crimes by Israeli, U.S. leaders in Gaza

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Robert Fisk: If Obama can Win Nobel Peace Prize, Why Not IDF?

One of Netanyahu’s most trusted advisers thinks Israel should be awarded for its ‘unimaginable restraint’

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