Is NATO in crisis? | NATO

On September 21, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson met with US President Joe Biden at the White House. The talks are tantamount to a diplomatic coup in London. They appeared…

The Art and Torture of the Empire | Middle East

Who remembers Abu Ghraib? Why should we remember Abu Ghraib? Abu Ghraib represents an era of imperial conquest, which began in Iraq in 2003 and followed by Afghanistan in 2001.…

Allegations of election fraud will erode Putin’s legitimacy in Russia

Russia held a three-day legislative election between September 17 and 19. The ruling United Russia Party won 324 seats in the 450-seat State Duma. Many observers found the results of…

Bolsonaro’s war on Brazilian democracy is not over yet Latin America

On September 7, Brazil’s far-right President Jair Bolsonaro delivered two inflammatory speeches, one in the capital Brasilia and the other in Sao Paulo, to mobilize his supporters Oppose the judiciary…

West Darfur still needs humanitarian assistance | Humanitarian crisis

Médecins Sans Frontières (Médecins Sans Frontières, MSF) has been working in Darfur, Sudan for many years, and launched operations in Geneina, the capital of Western Darfur in February 2021. The…

Time to abandon Texas abortion laws-and more | Women’s Rights

On September 1, Texas implemented Senate Bill 8 (SB8) Abortion is prohibited After six weeks of pregnancy, including rape and incest. Given that most women don’t even know they are…

It’s the Middle East when Israel and the West recognize that the two-state solution is dead

In August, the influential US magazine Diplomacy conducted an investigation on the Palestinian two-state solution in “Authorities with Professional Knowledge and Major Generalists in the Field”. The question it asked…

We must stop children from indulging in online games | Internet

The Chinese government recently formulated a new policy to limit online games for children under the age of 18 to 3 hours a week. This statement is sure to scare…

The War of Terror: The Rebirth of Legal Colonialism | Asia

In the classics of 9/11 anniversary articles, “freshness” is an eternal theme: “unprecedented” changes triggered by “unprecedented” threats. Commentators mourn the “lost innocence” of the United States-erasing the blood of…

Libya’s interim government must end civil society repression | Middle East

In 2011, Libyans took to the streets to overthrow the Gaddafi regime that had been dictatorship for 42 years. In the turmoil, different communities organized to demand more rights, justice…

“Radicalization” and the assumption of manipulability for Muslims | Opinion

in a Insightful works For Harper magazine, BuzzFeed News senior reporter Joseph Bernstein questioned that false information spread on social media platforms in the past five years, rather than long-term…

9/11: Remember the incorrigible | opinion

On Tuesday, September 11, 2001, I habitually got up early. I started reading and writing as soon as I was in bed, happily not knowing what was happening in downtown…

Europe is politicizing the Afghan refugees rather than helping them in their opinions

After decades of war and Western occupation, Afghanistan today is a devastated country. Given the active role played by European countries in these military interventions, one would think that the…

Don’t sacrifice human rights in the name of development | Environment

For many years, in the Kazakh village of Sarykamys, people would sleep in bed and never wake up again. This is not the peaceful end of longevity, but the abrupt…

Sudan’s democratic transition is at a crossroads | Sudan

Two years ago, large-scale protests in Sudan led to the resignation of dictator Omar al-Bashir and the establishment of a semi-military and semi-civilian transitional government. Today, this “Chimera” government is…