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, by NACLA , BAKSH Amy li

Forward Ever: 40 Years on from the End of the Revolution and the U.S. Invasion of Grenada

In the throes of the Cold War, a tiny Caribbean island dared to wage a revolutionary experiment. As the Revolution imploded, the United States invaded. Grenada’s reckoning with the events of 1983 continues to this day, for both the 50th anniversary of its independence and the 40th anniversary of the violent implosion of the People’s Revolutionary Government and the subsequent US invasion.

, by TNI , PG Apoorva

Seeing The World Like A Palestinian

Intersectional Struggles Against Big Tech and Israeli Apartheid

With collaboration of Big Tech, Israeli state has rolled out ever more digital tools to spy, surveil and repress Palestinians in order to entrench its apartheid rule. Palestine is at the sharp end of digital colonialism and therefore a critical place for global resistance to begin.

, by Rédaction, WEILL Caroline

Peru is imploding

Castillo’s impeachment, mass protests and lethal repression

The political crisis in Peru is getting worse by the day. Since 2016, instability has taken over this South American country. On December 7th, Castillo announced he would dissolve the Congress, which in turned voted him out of office. The political crisis in Peru is severe, mass protests are taking over the country, and are been met with lethal repression.

, by Association pour le progrès des communications (APC)

Resist Myanmar’s digital coup: Stop the military consolidating digital control

One year ago, as the Myanmar military sent tanks down the streets and rounded up government officials and activists, it shut down the internet, mobile phone networks, radio, and television channels. As it plunged the country into a communications blackhole, the junta launched concerted assaults at already threadbare protections online to throttle expression and information-sharing. Today, the military is ramping up efforts to cement authoritarian control of online space, alongside violent crackdowns, and serious human rights violations. This is a digital coup, and the world must resist.

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"Democracies Under Pressure. Authoritarianism, Repression, Struggles"

You can watch here the roundtable discussing the latest issue of Passerelle Collection Democracies Under Pressure. Authoritarianism, Repression, Struggles, which was held online on Wednesday, May 19th 2021 on ritimo’s PeerTube account.

, by SACSIS

South African Television’s Accumulation by Dispossession

By Jane Duncan

Last month, the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) released draft Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) regulations for a second round of public consultations. The DTT transition provides South Africa with an opportunity to address the uneven development of television, (…)

, by LINKS

The Syrian revolt enters a new phase

By Richard Seymour

As Syria’s leader Bashar al-Assad flees the capital, the armed segments of the revolution appear to be inflicting blows on sections of the security apparatus and taking over major cities: the revolution is turning a corner. Robert Fisk reports that a crucial dynamic now is the fracturing of an (…)

, by Frontline

Rohingyas’ flight

By Haroon Habib

Bangladesh is facing another influx of Rohingyas following sectarian violence in the Rakhine state in western Myanmar.
The spillover of the sectarian violence that began in early June in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, located south of Bangladesh, has once again started affecting the border regions (…)