Military carbon emissions have largely been exempted from international climate treaties, dating back to the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, reports Barry Sheppard.
Ecuadorian President Guillermo Lasso's neoliberal economic policies and proposals are facing determined opposition from diverse social sectors, Harvey Goldberg reports.
November 4 was the fifth anniversary of the imprisonment of Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) co-chairs Figen Yüksekdag and Selahattin Demirtas by the Turkish state, writes Devriş Çimen.
Greenland’s Inatsisartut (parliament) passed a law on November 9, reinstating the country's ban on the prospecting, exploration and exploitation of uranium, reports Peter Boyle.
The US Department of Commerce revealed on November 3 that it would be adding Israeli-based spyware developers NSO Group and Candiru to its blacklist, reports Binoy Kampmark.
Political leaders continue to ignore the consequences of their inaction, but history will judge them poorly and we will not accept it, argues Greta Thunberg.
The journey to a new era in Chile has two important paths: the writing of the new constitution and the presidential election on November 21, reports Vijay Prashad.
Afghanistan, a country gripped by misery, tyranny and an uncertain future, is having moments of joy and pride, thanks to the men’s national cricket team, reports Yasmeen Afghan.
Binoy Kampmark sums up the second day of the extradition appeal by the United States against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
Recent elections in the United States have exposed the limits of the Democratic Party establishment and the challenge facing the Black Lives Matter movement, writes Barry Sheppard.
The focus on "net zero" and “fossil fuels versus renewables” does not do justice to the critical need for just solutions for the Global South and Indigenous peoples, writes Ruchira Talukdar.
Thousands of workers are on strike in the United States, in what is being dubbed “Striketober”, reports Malik Miah.
In a historic declaration, left-independentist alliance EH Bildu has acknowledged the suffering caused by the actions of its former armed wing, Basque Homeland and Freedom (ETA), reports Dick Nichols.
Binoy Kampmar sums up Day 1 of the appeal hearing against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
Prominent figures in Aotearoa (New Zealand) are calling on Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to offer Wikileaks founder Julian Assange asylum, reports Matt Robson.
As the world awaits the outcome of the United States' appeal to extradite Julian Assange from Britain, the WikiLeaks founder's courage is beyond doubt, writes John Pilger.