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, by Electronic Intifada

Israel investing $1.6 million in "new media warriors"

By Jillian Kestler-D’Amours

The Israeli military establishment is once again on the offensive, but instead of high-tech weaponry and missiles, it is using computer screens, keyboards and rapid wireless connections to fight what Israeli military representatives are dubbing a "new media war."
In early February, military (...)

, by Electronic Intifada

Gaza rally draws a diverse crowd calling for unity

By Rami Almeghari

Youth protests in Gaza continue to unfold after a call to rally was put out by Palestinian youth calling for an end to political division and for national unity.
A large rally was held on 15 March in Gaza City, followed by another at a university campus and one at the premises of the UN agency (...)

, por Inter Press Service (IPS)

La metamorfosis de Hezbolá

Por Mona Alami

El creciente peso de Hezbolá (Partido de Dios) en Líbano lo puso en una situación difícil al tener que conciliar los intereses nacionales de sus seguidores chiitas y de sus patrocinadores iraníes.
"Hezbolá está en un periodo de consolidación y preparándose para la próxima guerra con Israel", aseguró (...)

, par Pambazuka

La Libye face à une agression impérialiste

Par Demba Moussa Dembélé

C’est une Résolution des Nations Unies, votée avec le soutien des trois voix africaines au Conseil de sécurité, que la porte a été ouverte à l’intervention militaire occidentale en Libye. Et Demba Moussa Dembélé de s’en désoler, car « c’est le soutien apporté aux pays occidentaux par l’Afrique du Sud, le (...)

, par Confluences méditerranée

L’Egypte, l’initiative du bassin du nil et les autres

Par Mohammed Larbi Bouguerra

L’Initiative du Bassin du Nil (IBN), lancée en 1999, a été conçue, à l’origine, comme un outil pour mettre en commun des informations scientifiques entre les dix Etats riverains du plus long fleuve de la planète . L’IBN réunit aujourd’hui les gouvernements de ces pays « en vue d’assurer le développement (...)

, by The Hindu

Chhattisgarh villages torched in police rampage

The operation began in the early hours of March 11 when about 350 heavily armed troopers marched into the forests of Dantewada. They returned to their barracks five days later, with three villages aflame, about 300 homes and granaries incinerated, three villagers and three soldiers dead, and (...)

, by Frontline

Tide of protest

Fishermen from Tamil Nadu are abducted on the high seas and tensions rise across the Palk Srait. The Tamil Nadu fishermen’s troubles in the Palk Strait have always inflamed passions. A wave of anger swept across the State yet again, this time as men who went fishing in the deep waters were (...)

, por ADITAL

Diálogo mediado entre países pode resolver conflito em fronteira

Por Tatiana Félix

O rio San Juan está localizado na fronteira entre a Nicarágua e a Costa Rica, países da América Central. Mas, apesar de fazer parte do território nicaraguense, desde outubro de 2010, o afluente tem sido alvo de uma disputa provocada pelo governo costa-riquenho, que acusa o país vizinho de causar (...)

Post-War Reconstruction in Sri Lanka. Prospects and Challenges

By D Herath, K Höglund, Prof. M Schulz, and Prof. K Tudor Silva, ICES, Colombo, 272+xvii pp

The International Centre for Ethnic Studies (ICES) launched its latest publication on Post War Reconstruction: Prospects and Challenges on the 16th of December 2010. This is one of the first books published locally or international on Reconstruction in Sri Lanka. This volume is edited by Dr. (...)

, por Inter Press Service (IPS)

Restitución de tierras acelera el paso en Colombia

Por Helda Martínez

"Titulación (de tierras) al por mayor" anticipó este martes 15 el ministro de Agricultura y Desarrollo Rural de Colombia, Juan Camilo Restrepo, al anunciar la decisión de entregar documentos de propiedad por bloques territoriales o grupos de personas, y no solo ante la demanda de individuos.
La (...)

, por ADITAL

Juventude indígena em situação de risco

Por Ricardo Verdum

A violência relacionada com os povos indígenas no Brasil é um tema recorrente nos estudos e avaliações sobre a situação dos direitos humanos no país. A academia também tem abordado o assunto a partir de diferentes perspectivas, especialmente, as ciências sociais e a saúde pública.
São formas de (...)

, por ADITAL

Refugiados ambientais ou desalojados climáticos

Por Lenin Cardozo

Considerado como um dos maiores desafios de século XXI, as projeções de cientistas e ambientalistas sobre os migrantes ambientais indicam que a escassez de alimentos, a falta de água potável (produto do esgotamento de aquíferos), as inundações e a elevação do nível do mar, consequências diretas da (...)

, por Noticias Aliadas

Récord de desplazados y refugiados

En los últimos 25 años, más de cinco millones de colombianos han sufrido desplazamiento.
Desde 1986, 5.2 millones de colombianos, el 11.4% de la población, se han visto obligados a cambiar de lugar de residencia porque su vida, su integridad física o su libertad fueron vulneradas o seriamente (...)

, por ADITAL

Encontro discute estratégias para a paz na Colômbia

Por Karol Assunção

Até amanhã (23), a capital da Argentina, Buenos Aires, é o centro das discussões sobre o conflito armado colombiano e a construção da paz com justiça. O "Encontro Internacional pela Paz na Colômbia” acontece desde ontem (21), no Hotel Pestana (avenida Carlos Pellegrini, 877), e conta com a presença de (...)

, by IPS

Creation of native reserves slowed down under Lula

By Fabíola Ortiz

In Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s eight years as president of Brazil, he signed decrees creating just 88 indigenous reserves, far fewer than his immediate predecessors. That figure comes from the governmental National Indian Foundation (FUNAI) and the Indigenous Missionary Council (CIMI), which (...)

, par Médiapart

Côte d’Ivoire : la démocratie au bazooka ?

Par Achille Mbembe et Célestin Monga

Dans les conditions actuelles où l’on est sommé de choisir une partie contre l’autre selon l’impératif de la lutte à mort, il est difficile de dire quoi que ce soit sur la crise ivoirienne, ses causes historiques, ses significations pour l’Afrique postcoloniale, les modalités de sa possible résolution (...)

, by CETRI

What next for Egypt?

by Lakhdar Ghettas

If there was ever a better time to read ‘Egypt: The Moment of Change’, a book edited by Rabab El Mahdi and Philip Marfleet which was launched in front of a packed audience at SOAS in 2009, then it is now. Made up of chapters by eight Egyptian and British academics, it catalogues the explosive (...)

, by Frontline

Terrorism: Swami’s confession

Swami Aseemanand’s confessions on the involvement of Hindutva outfits in terror attacks leave investigating agencies red-faced. Whatever the final verdict on the reported confessions made recently by Swami Aseemanand, leader of Abhinav Bharat, a Hindutva extremist organisation, the fact is that (...)

, por Inter Press Service (IPS)

Mercado permeable a industria de armas

Por Hilaire Avril

Los países africanos son especialmente vulnerables al comercio de armas que prospera en el mundo, medio siglo después de que el presidente estadounidense Dwight Eisenhower (1953-1961) denunciara la creciente influencia de la industria bélica en asuntos políticos.
Es difícil conocer cifras exactas (...)