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The World is Failing Palestinian Children

Almost a century after the first declaration of the universal rights of children, Gaza is witnessing infants dying in numbers unseen since the Second World…

When the world of emergency met the climate crisis

June 13, 2024 For a moment it looked like the COVID-19 pandemic would be the event that would change the world. Or, at least, enough…

The future starts in South Africa

The country’s political disintegration offers a glimpse into how Western democracies could fail. In Cape Town on 2 January 2022, a mysterious fire broke out…

As novas alianças estratégicas na luta pela terra

Defendendo a aliança preta, indígena e popular, a Teia dos Povos transforma a luta por terra e território no centro de um projeto revolucionário que…

Sudan’s Lying Witches

Since 2019, two separate political processes developed simultaneously in Sudan: one at the state level and the other at the grassroots. Today’s war originates in…

The European Right’s “Pro-Family” Turn Is Just Austerity in Disguise

Across Europe, the Right has taken a pronatalist turn. Despite claiming to support mothers, its initiatives — largely ineffectual, according to many studies — serve…

The death of humanitarianism

They called it “the 21st century arriving early”. In April 1999, the New York Times declared Kosovo a template for the new millennium. Nato’s humanitarian intervention in…
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