The pandemic, a weapon?
- Juan Diego García
The coronavirus pandemic, given its size and unpredictable evolution, receives the most informative attention in the world today. It is difficult to add to what has already been said by governments and the media. However, two quite significant aspects ...
Coronavirus: Everything will not be all right...
- Gian Luca Garetti
...if once 'a nuttata is over*, everything will be as before and there will be no paradigm shift. This pandemic can be a great opportunity for an eco-socialist turn. The answer cannot be only "reactive", that is, limited to drugs, vaccines, ...
What the coronavirus is telling us
- Edgar Morin
This new crisis once again reveals our interdependence. The response can only be one of solidarity and a planetary one, writes Edgar Morin in an Op-Ed
At New York's JFK Airport on Thursday... Photo Kena Betancur. AFP
It appeared far away ...
Today, March 8, I, a woman, write for men
- Sarah Roubato
Today is March 8. One of those days that we invent for everything that is endangered, threatened, fragile. Today, they say, is Woman's Day, Women's day, women's rights’ Day. Well, today, as a woman, I feel like writing for men. Because I'm afraid ...
COVID-19 Coronavirus: A fake pandemic? Who’s behind It? Global economic, social and geopolitical destabilization
- Michel Chossudovsky
The media hype and disinformation campaign regarding the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus have created a Worldwide atmosphere of fear and uncertainty following the launching of a global public health emergency by the WHO on January 30th. ...
India: The BJP has wilfully let Delhi burn
- The Wire द वायर دی وائر
Nobody should be under any illusion that the Delhi communal riots of 2020 are not a product of deliberate attempts by the BJP to polarise the country on religious grounds.
For three days, northeast Delhi has been in the grip of armed vigilantes ...
Capitalism, socialism and overproduction
- Prabhat Patnaik പ്രഭാത് പട്നായിക്
These notes are meant to clarify a point made earlier (Peoples’ Democracy, June 30, 2018) about the erstwhile socialist economies not having over-production crises as capitalist economies do. It is in the nature of capitalism to have “over-production ...
By any means necessary
Tlaxcala Editorial, February 21st, 2020
- TLAXCALA ΤΛΑΞΚΑΛΑ ТЛАКСКАЛА تلاكسكالا 特拉科斯卡拉
This February 21st, 2020 marks the 15th anniversary of our creation and as we enter our fifteenth year, more than ever are we convinced of the usefulness of our work as relay runners. It also marks the 55th anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm ...
A different Germany? Not with its Israel policy
- Gideon Levy جدعون ليفي גדעון לוי
On Friday, Germany proved that it’s on a downward trend toward its past. Its decision to be a friend of the Israeli occupation at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, alongside beacons of morality like the governments of Hungary, Austria ...
‘Getting even’ and the resurgence of anti-Chinese rhetoric in the West
- Tommaso Di Francesco
The coronavirus epidemic has amplified an already growing trend, promoted anew by Trump’s America, which labels the Chinese as ‘ugly, dirty and bad.’
“Uncontrolled flows of scientifically unfounded or completely false statements, ...