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Canadian Hypocrisy Shines Embarrassingly With New Accusations of China’s Muslim Genocide
Security
Canadian Hypocrisy Shines Embarrassingly With New Accusations of China’s Muslim Genocide
March 3, 2021

China has managed to both find a sustainable cure for terrorism without destroying a single nation, while providing a foundation for extending the Belt and Road into the Middle East and beyond, Matthew Ehret writes.

Aboriginal Historical Memory and ‘Australia Day’
February 2, 2021

The symbolic “Australia Day” celebrations should be juxtaposed against the normalised violations occurring against indigenous populations and their terrain, Ramona Wadi writes.

Aboriginal Historical Memory and ‘Australia Day’
World
Oak Flat: Trump’s Final Middle Finger to the Environment
Editor's Сhoice
Oak Flat: Trump’s Final Middle Finger to the Environment
January 20, 2021

The U.S. Forest Service will release the final version of the environmental analysis for the Resolution Copper Project and Land Exchange in three days’ time and a full year ahead of schedule as a result of pressure from the Trump administration, according to local officials.

Could the Next Standing Rock Be Brewing in Northern Minnesota?
December 26, 2020

The tension is palpable in northern Minnesota where a Native-led protest movement is getting ready to square off with Enbridge over the massive Line 3 oil pipeline being built to carry crude from Canada to the Great Lakes. By Alan […]

Could the Next Standing Rock Be Brewing in Northern Minnesota?
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A New Chapter in Brazil’s Exploitation of the Amazon
Business
A New Chapter in Brazil’s Exploitation of the Amazon
November 15, 2020

Brazil’s Amazon, and its people, are still threatened by a system that values land according to profit, generating an imbalance that can only be restored by allowing indigenous rule over indigenous terrain.

Forcing Environmental Activists and Mapuche Leaders Into Silence in Chile
August 26, 2020

By issuing statements that contradict the sequence of events, the Chilean government is protecting perpetrators and providing an environment where violence and murder can thrive unabated.

Forcing Environmental Activists and Mapuche Leaders Into Silence in Chile
World
Aboriginal Rights and the Discrepancy Between Profit and Heritage
Business
Aboriginal Rights and the Discrepancy Between Profit and Heritage
August 20, 2020

For the Australian government, the discrepancy between profit and heritage is a primary factor influencing legislation that favours mining companies.

Chile’s Militarisation of the Araucania Influences Racism Against the Mapuche Population
August 12, 2020

Is it so surprising that a right-wing government diligently following dictatorship neoliberal policies, would prioritise the criminalisation of Mapuche resistance?

Chile’s Militarisation of the Araucania Influences Racism Against the Mapuche Population
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