Why Does Ukraine Keep Attacking Civilian Areas in Donetsk?

Vladislav Ugolny Rockets have hit peaceful neighborhoods once again. Why does Kiev continue its policy, if not purely out of hate? The logic behind the terror At least ten rockets hit central areas of Donetsk on Saturday morning, damaging three residential buildings, a local Russian official has reported in his Telegram channel. One of the projectiles fired…

Venezuela Urgently Needs a Feminist Emergency Plan

Andreína Chávez Alava Venezuelan women demanded justice for femicides during last year’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. (Andreína Chávez Alava) Venezuelan women are being murdered at a frightening pace, and yet the country still lacks a clear path of action to understand, report, prevent and eradicate this extreme form of gender-related…

Black Alliance for Peace: Bulletin on U.S. Domestic Militarization

The “Bulletin on U.S. Domestic Militarization” replaces “The 1033 Monthly.” This iteration aims to provide a broader look at militarization in the United States, of which the U.S. Department of Defense’s 1033 program plays a role. The internal war in the United States continues on the working class and on people outside the point of…

USA: Memphis Cops Indicted in the Beating Death of Tyre Nichols

Abayomi Azikiwe Memphis Activists Block Highway To Protest Tyre Nichols Death The brutal execution was fully captured in a police video camera mounted on a neighborhood pole. Five African American Memphis police officers assigned to the notorious special unit known as the Scorpions, have been charged with second-degree murder and other crimes which resulted in…

Never Forget the Soviet Heroes Who Liberated Auschwitz

Scott Ritter The SS guards abandoned the guard posts surrounding Auschwitz during the night of 20-21 January 1945. At its height, in the summer of 1944, the Auschwitz complex, which comprised three basic camps — the main camp, Birkenau and Monowitz — and another 40 sub-camps, housed over 105,000 registered prisoners, mostly Jews, and around…

How Much Should the West Pay Africans as Reparations?

Richard Oduor Oduku There have been countless attempts over the past 30 years to arrive at a ballpark figure for reparations. However, history shows that Africans should focus more on how the question of “how much?” is framed. What can be paid is largely dependent on who Africans ask for reparations, where they ask, and…

The West Has a Moral Obligation to Pay Reparations

Richard Oduor Oduku Calls for former colonial masters to pay reparations for their role in the enslavement of millions of Africans and the colonial exploitation of African lands has gained momentum in recent years. More than any other justification, there is a moral rationale for colonial and imperial powers to right the wrongs of the…

Orthodox Bishop Denounces Ukrainian Crimes at the UNSC

Lucas Leiroz The Russian Orthodox Church went to the UN to denounce Ukrainian crimes. At a meeting of the Security Council on January 17, invited by the Russian diplomatic representation at the UN, an Orthodox bishop linked to the Moscow Patriarchate commented on the situation of the Orthodox Church in Ukraine in the face of…

The Tamil People: “Unsung Victims”

Alfred de Zayas Tamil women holding a protest in Jaffna soon after the civil war to remember family members who disappeared. Most are still waiting for answers Photograph: Dinuka Liyanawatte/Reuters The Tamils of the island of Sri Lanka (Ceylon) belong to that category of victims of major human rights violations who only few in the…

The Holodomor Myth

Scott Ritter On December 2 of this year, I was in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on day two of a three-day “residence” sponsored by the Ann Arbor Coalition Against War. The first day, December 1, saw a wonderful event the organizers called “Pubology”, set in the upstairs bar of the Original Cottage Inn. It was standing room…

Volodymyr Zelensky and Ethnopolitics

Thierry Meyssan President Zelensky has just been named by Time magazine “politician of the year 2022”. It is not to have realized his coup de force of July, in favor of the war. He had all the political parties that opposed him banned; assassinated the personalities who resisted him; controlled all the media, written, audiovisual…

Ukrainian Nationalists’ Long History of Anti-Semitism

Dmitri Kovalevich Babyn (Babi) Yar Holocaust Memorial Center in Kyiv While Ivy League professors equate the Soviet Union with Nazi Germany, the Soviets fought the Nazis and ended violent anti-Jewish pogroms—which now threaten to return. The July 21, 2022, issue of London Review of Books published an essay by Abigail Green reviewing Jeffrey Veidlinger’s books In the Midst…

For Peace in the Congo, Rwanda and Uganda Must Be Brought to Justice

Last month, Uganda paid the first installment (USD 65 million) of USD 325 million in reparations to the Democratic Republic of the Congo following an order from the International Court of Justice. This is for the crimes committed by Uganda during its occupation of the Congo in the 90s. While this was a positive first…

Washington’s Biological Research Laboratories

Pablo Jofre Leal U.S. laboratories created, developed and operating under Pentagon leadership are scattered throughout Africa, Latin America and practically all the countries that made up the former Union of Socialist Republics. It is estimated that at least 200 biological research laboratories worldwide are financed by Washington. The presence of U.S. specialists in the construction…

Under Suella Braverman, UK Set for an Ever Harsher Policy Towards Refugees

Tanupriya Singh British Home Secretary Suella Braverman. Suella Braverman is considering banning people crossing the English Channel from claiming asylum in the UK. She added that it was her “dream” and “obsession” to have asylum seekers deported to Rwanda. Activists and campaigners in the UK have slammed a slate of measures targeting asylum seekers announced…