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By Harvey Wasserman / 28 June 2016
Harvey Wasserman celebrates the end of the atomic era, but cautions that the fight is not over quite yet.
By Richard Fidler / 26 June 2016
  Seventeen years after Hugo Chávez was elected Venezuela’s President for the first time, the supporters of his Bolivarian Revolution, now led by President Nicolás Maduro, suffered their first major defeat in a national election in the December 6 elections to the country’s parliament, the National Assembly. Coming only two weeks after the victory of right-wing candidate Mauricio Macri in... Read more
By Colin Todhunter / 26 June 2016
The world's big cities are choking with pollution and endless traffic jams, writes Colin Todhunter - except one. Copenhagen, faced with these problems half a century ago, decided to act. Now it is showing the world that cycling is not just the basis of a sustainable transport strategy, but is key to making our cities clean, green, human and livable. May the global revolution unfold ... India's... Read more
By Pepe Escobar / 26 June 2016
A post election summing up of the situation centered around the recent UK vote to leave the EU by Pepe Escobar. 
By Stansfield Smith / 12 June 2016
The most important lesson for solidarity activists and opponents of the US Empire is the crucial role of our international solidarity in defending Third World countries under threat.  The constant corporate media disinformation war on target countries such as Venezuela is as much a weapon of aggression and a tool for regime change as missiles and bombers.  This disinformation propaganda against... Read more
By Daniel Raventós & Julie Wark / 11 June 2016
Europe is an outsized indicator of the “shocking levels” of worldwide inequality. OXFAM’s September 2015 press release, “Increasing Inequality Plunging Millions More Europeans into Poverty”, makes a stark comparison between the “123 million people – almost a quarter of the EU’s population – at risk of living in poverty and its 342 billionaires”. Other reports show how, worldwide, the fortunes of... Read more

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