by Leonardo Delfanti The nuclear threat has returned to our lives. Yet men and women like Ruth Mitchell, the first Australian to win the Nobel Peace Prize for her work with the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), have...
the Atlas of Wars project takes a break, to resume regular activities on January 3rd. We thank you for your support throughout 2022 and we look forward to more stories and more analyses in the New Year. Please find...
by Ambra Visentin Mark Rutte chose the National Archives in The Hague for the 'historic moment' he had been announcing for weeks. A sober location, but also the place where one must face one's own history. 'For centuries, the Dutch...
by Ambra Visentin Wars and armies are accelerating the climate crisis. And as the major powers gather in Egypt for COP27 on climate, their political representatives are reluctant to talk about the elephant in the room: the decisive impact of...
by Ambra Visentin Ankara has adopted a complete and brutal reversal of its generous reception policy. In the report by the NGO Human Right Watch, published on 24 October, some 40 testimonies of deportees and relatives allowed its author, Nadia...
By Alice Pistolesi, Valentina Ochner (photos) - Brussels  How can wee understand and monitor the supply chain of minerals from conflict zones, from extraction to disposal? This was the big question posed in the European Parliament by a delegation of...
By Gianna Pontecorboli, in New York The tension that the forcible annexation of four regions of Ukraine has caused at the Glass Palace on Thursday morning was illustrated by the unexpected appearance of Secretary General Antonio Guterres at his spokesman's...
by Ambra Visentin According to a UN decision, Australia has for too long failed to adequately protect Pacific islanders from the effects of climate change and for this it must compensate them. While the idea of attacking Western states for...
  By Martin Chulov* – The Guardian Mahsa Amini’s death in custody is fast becoming another moment of reckoning for the Iranian regime that fears a popular revolt more than it fears staring down the rest of the world. Four days after...
Twelve years ago on 25 July, WikiLeaks published the 'Afghan War Diary', while in October of the same year, the 'Iraq War Logs' came out: huge amounts of reports documenting the havoc of the two ongoing wars in Afghanistan...

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