GIlbert Achcar argues that Israel's crimes against humanity committed in its genocidal war on Gaza exceed even those committed during the Nakba (Catastrophe) in 1948.
Three 20-year-old Palestinian university students, Hisham Awartani, Kinnan Abdalhamid and Tahseen Ahmed, were shot in broad daylight on November 25, as they walked down a street in Burlington, Vermont in the United States, reports Malik Miah.
Supporters of abortion rights in the United States are working hard and having success in overturning nefarious state bans, reports Barry Sheppard.
Panama’s Supreme Court has ruled that the contract for an open-pit copper and gold mine in an ecological corridor is unconstitutional, following weeks of mass protests demanding its closure. To find out more, Green Left’s Federico Fuentes and Revista Movimento’s Antonio Neto spoke to socialist activist and unionist José Cambra.
Hong Kong labour rights and political activist Au Loong-Yu talks to Green Left’s Federico Fuentes about China’s position in the world today and its implications for peace and solidarity activism.
This year marks the centenary of the signing of the Treaty of Lausanne. It gave tacit endorsement to the ethnic cleansing begun in the last years of the Ottoman Empire and was a disaster for the human rights of Kurds, Armenians, Greeks and Assyrians, living within the new borders it created, writes John Tully.
Writer and activist Sarah Glynn argues that the uncritical support being given to Israel in its genocidal war on the Palestinians is itself antisemitic and stokes further antisemitism.
The Global Ecosocialist Network released the following statement on the eve of the COP28 climate meeting in Dubai.
For Geert Wilders, the leader of Dutch far-right Freedom Party (PVV), years of patience paid off while the incumbent right-wing party gambled and lost in the country's recent elections, writes Alex De Jong.
Revelations on November 27 that COP28 host nation UAE planned to leverage its official position to pursue new oil and gas deals were a timely reminder that there are entire nations that essentially operate as oil companies, with precisely the same attention to morality as Exxon or Shell, writes Bill McKibben.
Police have escalated their surveillance, intimidation and criminalisation of Palestine solidarity activists in Canada, raiding activists’ homes and treating expressions of solidarity with Palestinians as “hate crimes”, reports Jeff Shantz.
Marxist economist and author Claudio Katz speaks to Green Left’s Federico Fuentes about the changing dynamics within global imperialism.
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