Category: Repression

Ignasi Bernat: Sparking something bigger

The Spanish state is seizing ballot papers and raiding meetings, but it is being met with united resistance

Alicia de la Cour Venning: This is what genocide looks like

More than half the Rohingya population of northern Rakhine has been forcibly displaced

Badri Raina: Gauri Lankesh, State, and Civil Society

Has Gauri Lankesh, in her martyrdom propelled India to rethink and rebuild democracy?

Ramzy Baroud: Courting the Global South

Will Israel Become a UN Security Council Member?

Edward Snowden: ‘There Is Still Hope – Even for Me’

Interview on life in Russia, the power of the intelligence apparatuses and continuing to battle against all-encompassing surveillance by governments.

Richard Falk: Apartheid and the Future of Israel/Palestine

Until there is exerted enough pressure on the Israeli government to change course drastically, there is no genuine prospect for a political solution to the conflict

Jonathan Cook: Poster boy for white supremacists

The eldest son of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has found himself an unlikely poster boy for David Duke, a former Ku Klux Klan leader, and the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer

Nicole Knight: Lawmakers’ Attacks on Abortion Clinics

Fifty-six independent abortion clinics have closed over the past two years, and 145 have shut down since 2012

John Pilger: Why Palestine is Still the Issue

When the Palestinians rise again, as they will, they may not succeed at first — but they will eventually if we understand that they are us, and we are them

John Kiriakou: Harvard Picks Torture

The goal is to ruin you permanently, to make an example of you so that other people don’t take your cue and blow the whistle on waste, fraud, abuse, and illegality

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