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An archive of previously posted features (2020)



4953: Small island countries aren’t waiting for rich countries to act on climate
by Neil Decenteceo (July 2020)
4952: UN: Exporting toxic chemical waste to poor countries must end
by Alan Macleod (July 2020)
4951: Covid-19 vaccines: EU first
by Sangeeta Shashikant & K.M. Gopakumar (July 2020)
4950: UN: Investment flows in Africa set to fall sharply
by Africa Renewal (July 2020)
4949: Healthcare system on the verge of collapse in Chile
by Tanya Wadhwa (July 2020)
4948: Is regional solidarity lost in Latin America?
by Roberto Bissio (July 2020)
4947: Out of the ashes of Covid-19 should rise our unstoppable medicare for all movement
by Ralph Nader (July 2020)
4946: Lives matter!
by Ashish Kothari (July 2020)
4945: Problem of external debt in the Third World
by Prabhat Patnaik (July 2020)
4944: As the pandemic continues to accelerate, so does the deforestation of the Amazon
by DemocraciaAbierta (June 2020)
4943: Global finance and charity killed African healthcare
by Francis Valentine Garikayi (June 2020)
4942: Israel’s proposed annexation of occupied West Bank: Third intifada in Palestine?
by Abdul Rahman (June 2020)
4941: Our disaster
by Kathy Kelly (June 2020)
4940: Industrial agriculture wiping out 50 billion years of evolution
by Nilima Marshall (June 2020)
4939: Corporate lawsuits could devastate poor countries grappling with COVID-19
by Manuel Perez-Rocha (June 2020)
4938: UK court nails a big four auditing firm for enabling financial misconduct
by Michael Elliot (June 2020)
4937: Vietnam is quietly leading the world in fighting COVID-19
by Peter Boyle (June 2020)
4936: US-Kenya FTA could undermine "developmental" policies in Africa
by D. Ravi Kanth (June 2020)
4935: The complex history of skin lighteners
by Lynn M. Thomas (May 2020)
4934: Stop the $2 billion arms sale to the Philippines
by Amee Chew (May 2020)
4933: Covid-19 to push more than 34 million people into extreme poverty in 2020
by Santo D. Banerjee (May 2020)
4932: Dayak women of Indonesia resist gender inequality exacerbated by palm oil production
by Lauren Bowman (May 2020)
4931: UN concerned about the 'growing threat' of annexation of Palestine
by J Nastranis (May 2020)
4930: Nature’s comeback? No, the coronavirus pandemic threatens the world’s wildlife
by Charlie Gardner (May 2020)
4929: Argentinian communities beat mining multinationals
by Lucrecia Wagner, Nick Meynen & EnvJustice (May 2020)
4928: Reflection of a UN special rapporteur on the rights of indigenuos peoples
by Dev Kumar Sunuwar (May 2020)
4927: How wars, sanctions, and militarism made the Coronavirus crisis worse
by Khury Petersen-Smith (May 2020)
4926: Brazil’s Ashaninka get unprecedented compensation for deforestation on their land
by Naira Hofmeister (May 2020)
4925: The world needs a new social contract — Not more ‘structural adjustment’
by Brandon Wu (May 2020)
4924: Coronavirus: Cuba to the rescue
by Medea Benjamin (May 2020)
4923: Ecuadorian children bring case against government
by Jan Goodey (April 2020)
4922: Massive African infrastructure projects often hurt local people
by Tom Goodfellow (April 2020)
4921: Following the footsteps of the mining monster
by Ellen Moore (April 2020)
4920: ‘Women are the strongest pillar’
by Daisy Brickhill (April 2020)
4919: Ending the myth that Trump is ending the wars
by Khury Petersen-Smith (April 2020)
4918: Pandemic crisis: Dangers and opportunities
by Lim Mah Hui & Michael Heng (April 2020)
4917: The battle of Adwa: An Ethiopian victory that ran against the current of colonialism
by Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes (April 2020)
4916: Toxic agriculture and the gates foundation
by Colin Todhunter (April 2020)
4915: Privatisation, public health and the 'water lords'
by Julian Vigo (April 2020)
4914: The last boat maker in Gaza
by Sarah Algherbawi (April 2020)
4913: Finding alternatives
by Roli Mahajan (April 2020)
4912: Human rights under assault worldwide, warns UN chief
by Countercurrents Collective (April 2020)
4911: Protecting indigenous cultures is crucial for saving the world’s biodiversity
by Krystyna Swiderska (March 2020)
4910: Agri-business corporations influence UN institutions
by Anuradha Mittal (March 2020)
4909: Central bankers sounding climate alarm
by Hans Dembowski (March 2020)
4908: The story of the pharma giant and the African yam
by William Beinart (February 2020)
4907: Scientists support indigenous land rights
by Marianne Brooker (February 2020)
4906: Silent epidemic
by Max Klein (February 2020)
4905: High levels of inequality can escalate political instability
by Santo D. Banerjee (February 2020)
4904: Challenging the flawed premise behind pushing GMOs into Indian agriculture
by Colin Todhunter (February 2020)
4903: Crisis and opportunity: The ‘deal of the century’ challenge for Palestinians
by Ramzy Baroud (February 2020)
4902: Landmark UN ruling: Countries banned from returning climate refugees
by Countercurrents Collective (February 2020)
4901: Trump: Make space great again
by John Feffer (February 2020)
4900: The multinational Nestlé a new colonial power
by Franklin Frederick (February 2020)
4899: As we act on climate, we mustn’t neglect nature
by Charlie Gardner, Matthew Struebig & Zoe Davies (February 2020)
4898: Richest 1% own more than twice as much wealth as 6.9 billion people
by Countercurrents Collective (February 2020)
4897: ‘US is greatest threat to world peace’
by Jamshed Baruah (February 2020)
4896: 'Landmark' indigenous knowledge collaboration
by Nick Rodway (January 2020)
4895: Battling the damaging effects of ‘fast fashion’
by Pavithra Rao (January 2020)
4894: Big pharma has failed: The antibiotic pipeline needs to be taken under public ownership
by Claas Kirchhelle, Adam Roberts & Andrew Singer (January 2020)
4893: From a blessing to a curse: How un resolution 2334 accelerated Israel’s west bank colonization
by Ramzy Baroud (January 2020)
4892: Climate crisis could reverse progress in achieving gender equality
by Nitya Rao (January 2020)
4891: As global inequality rises, so are the movements fighting it
by Jenny Ricks (January 2020)

 


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