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Chris Dite: Australian Voters Have Demanded Action on Climate Change

Thanks to its stubborn inaction on climate change, the conservative coalition was trounced in this weekend’s election in Australia

Meredith Conroy: The Real Dividing Line on Abortion

“Abortion is becoming personal for people who see it as a proxy for men, largely white men, taking away power from women. It’s not about a procedure. It’s about women’s place in the world.”

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M.K. Bhadrakumar: Why Ukraine war has no winners

Russia is practising a warfare that the West is not used to — where wars aren’t won anymore

Dirk Holemans: Just Transition Is About Systemic Change

With leadership and a real vision for the future, we can build real support for bold policies across Europe

Shailly Gupta Barnes: During the Pandemic, Poor Areas Have Had Twice the Death Rates of Rich Ones

A new report shows the U.S. response to the Covid pandemic has been defined by inequity—and poor and low-income communities are bearing the fatal cost

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Brett Wilkins: Analysis Details How Big Oil Price Gouging Rewards Wall Street

“Big Oil is turning humanitarian disaster and consumer pain into Wall Street profits.”

Serhiy Guz: Ukraine’s new labour law could ‘open Pandora’s box’ for workers

Ukrainian parliament set to vote on new labour law that threatens workers with a ‘rollback to the 19th century’

Mitchell Jones: Communities come together after fascist attack in Buffalo, NY

The fascist murderer in Buffalo was not a “lone gunman.” He was the product of the vile white supremacist ideology

Helena Norberg-hodge: Supply Chain Failures Prove Growing Need for Localized Economies

Ordinary people are responding to the specter of food insecurity by boosting localized production of food and other basic needs

Ezra Oliff-Lieberman: AIPAC’s Dangerous New Antidemocratic Project

In the name of supporting Israel, the lobbying group has created a new super PAC that is only too happy to boost candidates that threaten our democracy

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