by Stefano Bocconetti Even before borders, far, far before walls. Further: trying to stop migrants when they have only thought of setting off. Before they leave towards the Sahel or for Turkmenistan. For the Balkans or for Lampedusa. The plan...
by Ambra Visentin The main hearing of the trial 'of the century', as the Belgian press itself called the trial on the 22 March 2016 terrorist attacks, began in Brussels yesterday, 5 December. The charges include 32 counts of murder,...
by Maurizio Sacchi Brazil's newly appointed Economy Minister Paulo Guedes predicted on November 22nd that the country's gross debt will fall to 74.3 per cent of GDP in 2022, the lowest level since 2018 (75.3 per cent). At a press...
by Ambra Visentin Once the dark side of 'the Moon' was exposed, there was no turning back. The tsunami of revelations about the practices of the Unification Church, also known as the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification and...
The International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL)launched its annual report, Landmine Monitor 2022, on the occasion of the 20th Meeting of States Parties to the Mine Ban Treaty. The event was held between 21 November and 25 November at...
by Ambra Visentin The Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC), a Hungarian institute funded by Viktor Orban's government, has just opened an office in the Belgian capital to build 'another narrative' than the one that dominates the European sphere. The launch event...
By Kathleen Mogelgaard, for IPS Global population is about to reach 8 billion, a mere 11 years after it reached 7 billion. The official Day of 8 Billion is observed by the UN November 15, though it’s hard to pinpoint...
By Emanuele Giordana As if it had not already been very complicated to find a formula for a joint final declaration among the G20 leaders on the war in Ukraine, the explosions that took place on the night of Tuesday...
A reportage from Kherson: young artist Daria and her family lived in the city for four months during the unlawful Russian occupation. Kherson has only just been liberated -  but the happy ending is not yet on sight for...
In a Europe increasingly affected by structural crises that threaten to undermine the social peace it has enjoyed since the end of World War II, the Left, Greens and Progressives met in Athens on 21-23 October to discuss a...

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