Chinese military vehicles have gathered in Shenzhen, a city located just 25 kilometers (15 miles) from the adjacent Hong Kong border.
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The “eritrean irony” is that after a costly freedom war, it instead sank into tyranny and its youth now prefer death at sea than freedoms curtailed at home.
Perhaps it’s time to decriminalise South African sex work as anti-prostitution laws are compromising safety of women and efforts to end HIV in South Africa.
Change is possible by combining digicom with strategic nonviolence to strengthen capacity and effectiveness of Tibet movement, says Lhadon Tethong of TAI.
Erosion in public confidence in the media could embolden African leaders with autocratic tendencies, says Jeff Conroy-Krutz.
From giving the appearance of statesman, Putin’s real nature finally reared its head, that of a brutish dictator. But this only makes him weak, report says.
Confrontation between Chinese students in Australian and New Zealand Universities over Hong Kong has a negative impact on free speech for these US allies.
An interesting article in The Hill looks at the paradox of violence, arguing we are capable of both gruesome acts of violence and the ability to end same.
The April 27, 2019, San Diego synagogue killings by white supremacist rehashed the issue of fighting far-right violence. Brennan Center revisits the matter.
Report says police have raided the offices of three employees of an NGO led by Russian anti-corruption activist and Kremlin critic Aleksei Navalny.