After 50 years, American women lose their right to abortion. What is ahead for American women?
Rita Williamson USA//7:42pm, Jun 25th '22

After 50 years, American women lose their right to abortion. What is ahead for American women?

It is a dark day in American judicial history because the Supreme Court of the United States today overturned the right to an abortion for women. It is a day only comparable to March 6, 1857, when the....

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A Military Theory of the Ukranian Army, Its History, Strengths, And Weaknesses During the ‘‘SPECIAL MILITARY OPERATION’’ of 2022
Luis Lazaro Tijerina USA//12:12am, Jun 25th '22

A Military Theory of the Ukranian Army, Its History, Strengths, And Weaknesses During the ‘‘SPECIAL MILITARY OPERATION’’ of 2022

Part 2 ...link to Part 1 III. Observations on the Red Army and the Relationship between Soviet Russia and UkraineAccording to the Internet Encyclopedia of Ukraine, during the Second World War, 4.5 million....

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A Military Theory of the Ukranian Army, Its History, Strengths, And Weaknesses During the ‘‘SPECIAL MILITARY OPERATION’’ of 2022
Luis Lazaro Tijerina USA//1:19pm, Jun 23rd '22

A Military Theory of the Ukranian Army, Its History, Strengths, And Weaknesses During the ‘‘SPECIAL MILITARY OPERATION’’ of 2022

IntroductionAt a time of war in Europe and widespread concern that the conflict could spread, it is important to have a clear view of matters, yet more than ever we are subject to a mass of propaganda....

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Gustavo Petro, a leftist, prevails in the Colombian presidential election. What does this mean?
Owen Williamson USA//2:55am, Jun 23rd '22

Gustavo Petro, a leftist, prevails in the Colombian presidential election. What does this mean?

For the South American nation of Colombia, where right-wing political forces have long controlled the country's public affairs, the recent victory of leftist presidential candidate Gustavo Petro and his....

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‘‘Inequality, Capitalism and Human Rights’’: The International is online
Own Correspondent//9:50am, Jun 20th '22

‘‘Inequality, Capitalism and Human Rights’’: The International is online

Grab your digital copy nowThe 21st issue of The International is already online with the theme "Inequality, Capitalism and Human Rights". The issues of human rights are all connected to the existence of....

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How the Soviet Union Conquered Smallpox
Christian Lowry//11:59pm, Jun 14th '22

How the Soviet Union Conquered Smallpox

There are few terms as quickly and widely reviled in the Western political landscape as  “smallpox”, “socialism”, or “the Soviet Union”. With little variation, anybody who speaks of  things....

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Summit of the Americas 2022: An Imperial Circus
Owen William USA//10:50pm, Jun 11th '22

Summit of the Americas 2022: An Imperial Circus

The much-vaunted Summit of the Americas 2022, in Los Angeles, California, is currently taking place at a moment when United States prestige and leadership in the world is reaching an all-time low. The....

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The American Gun Saga and Its Deep Root in Culture
Tanay Bose USA//12:03pm, Jun 8th '22

The American Gun Saga and Its Deep Root in Culture

“Something is rotten in the state of Denmark” – Marcellus said this in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet regarding the ghost being a visible symptom of the rottenness in the state of Denmark due to....

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Human Rights and Mass Murder: United States has no moral standing left
Owen Williamson USA and Jagadish Paudel USA//9:24am, May 30th '22

Human Rights and Mass Murder: United States has no moral standing left

The horrendous mass killing of nineteen primary school children and two teachers in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24, 2022, a massacre reported around the world, leaves the United States with not even a proverbial....

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Even more working poor in rich Europe
Dr Werner Rugemer Germany//3:52am, May 27th '22

Even more working poor in rich Europe

In December 2021, Germany's state-run Federal Employment Agency signed an agreement with the Indian state of Kerala: Skilled workers are to come from there to Germany to work in hospitals and nursing homes.....

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In a democracy, to sabotage your own party is treason
Megan Sherman UK//3:39am, May 27th '22

In a democracy, to sabotage your own party is treason

The main conclusions of the Forde report, an inquiry into a leaked document that proved malefactors in the managerial tier of the Labour party deliberately sabotaged Corbyn in the 2019 election to restore....

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