by Ambra Visentin Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov travelled to South Africa on Monday for talks with one of his country's most important allies on an African continent divided by the invasion of Ukraine and Western attempts to isolate Moscow....
By Damilola Banjo for PassBlue. This article featured originally on PassBlue. Ruchira Kamboj, India’s ambassador to the United Nations, said the Security Council could no longer afford to delay being more reflective of the diversity of the UN “wider membership” if...
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...
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...
By Noeleen Heyzer* UNITED NATIONS, Oct 27 2022 (IPS UN Bureau) – More than 13.2 million people are food insecure, about 40 percent of the population is living below the poverty line and 1.3 million are internally displaced. Military operations...
By Maurizio Sacchi.  Starting on October 16th, the 20th Chinese Communist Party Congress is expected to confirm Xi Jinping as Secretary. We discussed this with Simone Dossi* (pictured below, to the right), lecturer at the Department of International, Legal and...
By Ambra Visentin  In February 2022, China and Russia signed a Joint Statement calling for the beginning of a new phase in international politics characterised by 'true multilateralism' and based on 'peaceful coexistence in a climate of mutually beneficial cooperation'....

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Two US warships passed through the Taiwan Strait. The US Navy announced this today: it is the first time this has happened since China's unprecedented military manoeuvres near the island. Below is a brief reconstruction of the recent tensions...
By Emanuele Giordana The result announced by Thai Constitutional Court on August 24 was by no means a foregone one: 5 votes to 4 decided that Premier Prayut was temporarily suspended. Everyone was surprised: the premier general perhaps first: 'The...
  By Jan Servaes* - published first on Othernews On August 3rd residents of the Myanmar capital Naypyitaw were suddenly awakened by the sound of military helicopters in the air. The helicopters hovered over the city all day. The way to...

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