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By Nafeez Ahmed / 17 July 2016
Explores numerous factors, especially continuing French interventions in north Africa, and the threat to what Ahmed calls the 'greyzone,' the increasingly rare "arenas of multi-ethnic, multi-faith solidarity, within both the Muslim and Western worlds."
By Samir Amin / 17 July 2016
Samir Amin provides a world-systems analysis of the current upsurge of nationalism, and draws a distinction between progressive and reactionary versions.
By Colin Todhunter / 16 July 2016
The amount of meat humans eat is immense. In 1965, 10 billion livestock animals were slaughtered each year. That number is now over 55 billion. Factory farming is the fastest growing method of animal production worldwide. While industrialised nations dominate this form of farming, developing countries are rapidly expanding and intensifying their production systems. Violence on the farm... Read more
By John J. Pippin, M.D., F.A.C.C. / 16 July 2016
A French man died last month and five others in the same clinical trial were hospitalized after they took an experimental drug. The drug had been deemed safe for humans after having been tested on chimpanzees in preclinical trials. The National Institutes of Health’s recent decision to end federally supported chimpanzee experimentation could prevent future fatalities like this by promoting more... Read more
By Ted Greiner / 12 July 2016
Ted Greiner shows why 107 nobel laureates are dead wrong.
By Claire Robinson / 12 July 2016
Despite the claims of it's advocates, Golden Rice is still far from being ready for the market, is completely untested, and unnecessary.
By Damian White / 11 July 2016
In this article, Damien White offers a sympathetic yet critical appraisal of the works of Murray Bookchin and their relevance for the 21st century.

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