The border conflict between Sudan and Ethiopia ignites once again, this time caused by an offensive military initiative by Khartoum in the al-Fashaga District. (depicted on the map) The district has been disputed since colonial times, and is currently...
By Maurizio Sacchi Chinese leader Xi Jinping on Friday marked the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to China with a speech that emphasised Beijing's control over the former British colony as part of its vision of 'one country, two...
The Philippine website Rappler is still public and running despite threats from the Manila judiciary. Perhaps it is no coincidence that the imminent news of its closure came on the eve of the changing of the guard at the...
By Raffaele Crocco. Macabre accounting, as is that of every war. Ukraine's invasion by Putin's Russia is no different. Officially, 343 children have been killed since the beginning of what the Kremlin continues to call a "special Operation. In the...
by Stefano Bocconetti The American High Court has ruled on abortion: bringing the US history 50 years back, everyone says. But this is not the case - it's probably even worse. Why? "Because the difference between now and the last...
  By Azeezah Kanji* – Truthout As the British government moves ever closer to extraditing WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States, the pantomime of “justice” cloaking his persecution in the regalia of the “rule of law” continues to unfold:...
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 Sara Pieraccioni In 2022, after twenty-two years of the adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) on Women, Peace, and Security, there are fewer than a hundred National Action Plans (NAPs) about this resolution.  Tunisia adopted its first NAP...
By Emanuele Giordana Myanmar's coup junta has confirmed that it has transferred the democratic leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi from the unknown location in Yangon where she was imprisoned after the February 2021 coup to another unknown site in...
By Raffaele Crocco Four months after the start of Putin's Special Operation in Ukraine - since the government in Moscow still does not call the ongoing invasion a war - Kyiv has scored a likely political point: the European Council...

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