By Amy Westerwelt for the Intercept Back in late 2021, as Russian President Vladimir Putin began mobilizing troops at the Ukraine border, the fossil fuel industry got its foot soldiers ready too. With the threat of Russian aggression and subsequent...
By Anna Bisignano Chad is a country rich in oil and raw materials, but it is also rich in renewable energy (read our country file here). The country has in fact on average a level of solar irradiation between 2,000...
By Francesca Romana Social media for peace: this is the name of the UNESCO project involving Bosnia and Herzegvina among three pilot countries for its trial run until 2023. As can be seen from the project's web page, its objectives...
"The first victim of conflicts is always the truth" - Ivo Andrič By Emanuele Giordana* The wars of the 21st century have more eyes upon them than they did in the 20th. Perhaps, therefore, able to mitigate Ivo Andrič's famous aphorism that...
The war in Ukraine has raised concerns about the possible use of nuclear weapons by Russia and a possible subsequent US response. With these infographics - curated by Valentina Ochner - we try to give an overview of Russian...
This infographic is the most up-to-date, as it appears in the first English edition of the Atlas of Wars and Conflicts in the World, out later this Spring. A graphic data visualization helps us answer timely questions, such as: Which...
By Alfred W. McCoy* – from TomDispatch This article appeared on our partner Othernews. Follow them for more analyses and scholarly contributions!   Consider us at the edge of the sort of epochal change not seen for centuries, even millennia. By the...
By Maurizio Sacchi As Ottawa's new police chief prepares to remove the blockade of no-vax truckers that is paralysing Canada's capital city, the clash between supporters and opponents of the so-called Freedom Convoy is shifting to the web. And, from...
By Marco Grisanti   One thing is certain: Bitcoin is divisive. On the one hand, there are actors like the Russian Central Bank, who want to ban cryptocurrency because of the risk of strong financial instability that they imply, as they...
Nairobi (from our correspondent) In 2022 only, ten internet shutdowns in six countries around the world had already caused a loss of more than $621 million. And from 2019 to date, with 257 major service outages in 46 countries, the...

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