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, by NACLA , DUDA Nyki

“Somos Sur”: Mapuche and Palestinian Chileans Stand in Solidarity with Gaza

Latin American leaders are split on Israel’s bombardment of Gaza. But in Chile, the Palestinian diaspora - the largest one outside the Middle East -, Indigenous communities and others have come together to stand in solidarity with the people of Gaza. Demonstrators waved the Mapuche Wenufoye and Ancient Mapuche flags alongside Palestinian flags, next to a banner that read: “Our resistance has no limits.”

, 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 The conversation , GHADERY Farnoush

In Iran and beyond, arrests of singers and dancers show how music can be a powerful tool of resistance

Music has long been a tool for social justice. Its power to inspire social change has not gone unnoticed by oppressive powers in charge. This is evident in Iran’s persecution of artists and singers following the death of Mahsa Amini in September 2022, as well as in the "music ban" in Taliban Afghanistan. Other feminist artists have risen across the world to give voice to social movements of freedom and equality, sparking trends on social media and inspiring millions.

, by Africa is a Country , MBAYE Bashir Lo

Nothing good comes of France

France is not a new problem for Africa. Since the 19th century, its stood in the way of the continent’s self-determination. This article offers a thorough historical and economical review of the impacts of French rule and neocolonialism on its ex-colonies independence and development.

, by The conversation , LUNDGREN Svante

Nagorno-Karabakh: the world should have seen this crisis coming – and it’s not over yet

As a result of the Azerbaijani attack on the Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh on September 19 and the forced exodus that followed it, this region will soon be empty of Armenians – for the first time in more than two millennia. This was a tragedy that could have been avoided : the global community and its institutions, including the EU, arguably let Azerbaijan get away with its military adventures, which only spurred the country on.

, by OpenDemocracy , SABUROVA Daria

Why Ukrainians should support Palestinians : how can we look at images of Gaza and not see Mariupol or Bakhmut?

As Israel’s assault on Palestine continues, similarities - and conclusions - can be drawn by comparing the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the Israeli ongoing aggression and colonisation of Palestine. Both wars have deepest roots in history than February 24, 2022 for Ukraine, or October 7, 2023 for Palestine. This article strives to describe de diplomatic tensions underlining the silence from Ukrainian authorities on Palestine, and calls for grassroot solidarity between all oppressed people.

, 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 The New Humanitarian , ROJO Magdalena, ROJO Noel

Reporters’ diary: What women who stay can tell us about migration

We spent six years talking to women who stayed put while men in their lives migrated. This is what we learned.

Most of the time, to write about migration means telling the stories of people who move: those forced from their homes by natural disasters, conflict, violence, or the effects of climate change, or so fed up with limited economic opportunities, corruption, and bad governance that the faint glint (…)