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Between the rounds of Brazil’s presidential election

Against the run of the country’s opinion polls, which showed Lula da Silva might win outright in the first round of Brazil’s presidential election on October 2, the result was 47.9 percent for Lula an Read more...

Zan Zendegi Azadi - Women! Life! Freedom!

What more could a woman want?
Freedom to dress the way I want
Freedom to believe what I want
Freedom to be who I want Read more...

Mikhail Gorbachev – a tragic figure in world history

At the age of 91, Mikhail Gorbachev, the last president of the Soviet Union and party leader of the CPSU, died on August 30 in Moscow. –

Putin's condolences Read more...

10 years of Rojava: achievements and aberrations

In July 2012, Kurdish armed forces took political control in the regions of Kobanê, Afrin and al-Hasakah in northern Syria. Read more...

Belarus: "Railway partisans" threatened with execution

In March and April, the Russian army stood at the gates of Kyiv, but Putin's invasion of Ukraine stalled. A few weeks later, Russia had to withdraw from the area around the capital. Read more...

Taiwan - a sign of the times

August 4, the anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War, might not seem an auspicious date for China to mobilise its forces to surround Taiwan. Read more...

Biden's visit to two pariah states

Joe Biden has ended his four day trip to the Middle East with little to show for it except a further soiled reputation as a champion of human rights. Read more...

France: Macron weakened, RN rising, increasing class struggle

France has had a long season of elections. It started last autumn with the presidential campaign, including primaries in the major parties, that generated a xenophobic, anti-migrant climate. Read more...

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