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Ecuador’s Mobilisation Against Moreno’s Invitation to US and IMF Interference
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Ecuador’s Mobilisation Against Moreno’s Invitation to US and IMF Interference
October 16, 2019

It is unlikely that the new bill will repudiate the onslaught of repercussions as a result of Moreno coercing Ecuador into IMF allegiance, Ramona Wadi writes.

The Obligation to Discredit Colonial ‘Regret’
October 12, 2019

Regret is not an acknowledgement of colonial violence, especially when it refuses to acknowledge the victims murdered by the British Empire.

The Obligation to Discredit Colonial ‘Regret’
History
Sun Yat-sen’s Advice to Young Revolutionaries: Don’t Be Imperial Stooges
History
Sun Yat-sen’s Advice to Young Revolutionaries: Don’t Be Imperial Stooges
September 25, 2019

Unlike the anarchists in Hong Kong today who have zero vision for a concrete future, Sun Yat-sen’s Grand Design laid out in brilliant detail in his 1920 International Development of China.

‘Child Actorvism’ and the Extinction Agenda of Neoliberal Racists
August 27, 2019

On Friday Aug 9 2019, more than a million Indians planted 220 million trees in a single day, with each tree representing a resident of the state of Uttar Pradesh (UP). This was not India’s first afforestation feat.

‘Child Actorvism’ and the Extinction Agenda of Neoliberal Racists
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Behind a Made-For-TV Hong Kong Protest Narrative, Washington Is Backing Nativism and Mob Violence
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Behind a Made-For-TV Hong Kong Protest Narrative, Washington Is Backing Nativism and Mob Violence
August 19, 2019

Hong Kong’s increasingly xenophobic protests are devolving into chaos with help from US government regime change outfits and a right-wing local media tycoon with close ties to hardliners in Washington.

The Developing World Has Nothing in Common With the Western Underclass
August 5, 2019

Adam GARRIE One of the reasons that Singapore went from a post-colonial third world island to a socio-economic first world country was because under Lee Kuan Yew’s leadership, Singapore concentrated its development strategy on rapid economic growth, high quality education […]

The Developing World Has Nothing in Common With the Western Underclass
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Bretton Woods Is Dead: What Next?
Business
Bretton Woods Is Dead: What Next?
July 27, 2019

Today the world has captured a second chance to revive the “great dream”. In the 21st century, this great dream has taken the form of the New Silk Road, led by Russia and China (and joined by a growing chorus of nations yearning to exit the invisible cage of colonialism).

What the Latest Secret Government File Tells Us About UK Middle East Policy
July 21, 2019

The British government is refusing to release a 1941 file on Palestine, as it might “undermine the security” of Britain and its citizens. Why would a 78-year-old document be seen as so sensitive in 2019?

What the Latest Secret Government File Tells Us About UK Middle East Policy
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