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Ramona Wadi

Ramona Wadi is an independent researcher, freelance journalist, book reviewer and blogger. Her writing covers a range of themes in relation to Palestine, Chile and Latin America.

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December 2, 2021
UNGA’s Latest Resolution Illustrates the International Community’s Complicity With Israel’s Colonial Expansion

Israel’s impunity has been crafted by the UN, in a parallel manner to how the UN facilitated Palestine’s territorial loss, Ramona Wadi writes.

November 16, 2021
Australia Refuses to Reveal Additional Proof of Its Role in Chile’s CIA-Backed Coup

Almost 50 years have passed since Pinochet took power, so what exactly is Australia afraid of?

November 10, 2021
State-Backed Violence Against Indigenous Communities in Brazil Contradicts Plans for Protection

It is only the indigenous communities who are clarifying the importance of their inclusion in political decision-making with regards to the environment.

October 31, 2021
Still No Accountability From Israel Over the 1956 Massacre of Kafr Qasem

With Kafr Qasem, as well as with other massacres, Israel needs to set the record straight – it is a perpetrator, with intent, and with an entire political structure that has supported its ethnic cleansing for decades.

October 24, 2021
The Prevalence of Chile’s Right-Wing

Will the rewriting of Chile’s constitution be enough to veer the country’s trajectory away from the neoliberal experiment ushered in decades ago by the U.S.?

October 20, 2021
The U.S. Re-Joining the UNHRC Speaks Volumes on Human Rights Violations Impunity

If, according to the U.S., Cuba does not deserve a seat at the UNHRC, what has the U.S. done to deserve it?

October 11, 2021
Violence Against Environmental Activists Escalates Alongside Political Impunity

With nothing to hold governments or the UN accountable, protection remains elusive when juxtaposed against the reassurance of neoliberal profit.

October 3, 2021
Taking Argentina’s Collective Memory to International Recognition

What the U.S. perpetrated in Argentina is in some ways a continuation of what U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger instigated in Chile.

September 28, 2021
Biden’s UNGA Speech Does Not Absolve the U.S. of Violence

How has the U.S. changed, when it is still advocating for violence and determining which countries are worthy of U.S. support, based upon subservience to imperialism?

September 19, 2021
Australia’s Role in Chile Confirmed in Declassified Documents

Proof of Australia’s involvement in Chile depicts the willing complicity in overthrowing a democratically-elected government to be replaced by a brutal dictatorship which tortured, killed and disappeared thousands of Chileans.

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