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By Antonio Donini Afghanistan is regularly portrayed as “the graveyard of empires”. The British, Soviets and now the US-led coalition have tried and failed to impose their rule and their ill-thought models of governance and development. On 15 August 2022...
June is the international Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month. To start this yearly appointment, we have decided to narrate one of the activities of our partner, the humanitarian NGO INTERSOS. In Jordan, mission chief Barbara Foresti explains her team's...
By Ambra Visentin Patrick Kroker is a lawyer at the European Centre for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR), where he leads work on human rights violations in Syria. He was counsel of the co-plaintiffs in the Al-Khatib trial against Anwar...
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by Ambra Visentin  Seventy-five years have passed since the violent events of 1948, when two thirds of the Palestinian population were driven from their land and homes by Israeli forces. Since then, the violence has not stopped, but has increased...
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The op-ed by our director and founder, Raffaele Crocco. How much are we willing to sacrifice of what we believe in. How much can we leave on the road in terms of principles, values, shared rights? Above all, what is...
By Ambra Visentin  Stella Assange recounts the long struggle to free her husband. A case of persecution by the US with the complicity of the UK. 'If we allow extradition, we agree to lose the right to the truth'. How is...

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