The gains by the Labour Party in the June 8th election underscore the political viability of a socialist platform during a period of right-wing and neoliberal resurgence. "What’s happened is people have said they’ve had quite enough of austerity politics,” Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said in a speech after the vote.
Over 30 million people were newly internally displaced in 2016 by conflict and disasters. The Democratic Republic of the Congo surpassed Syria and Iraq in having the most new internally displaced persons in the world.
Palestinian-American historian, journalist and author, Dr. Ramzy Baroud, speaks on his upcoming book, just-released digital media project – Palestine in Motion – and why Palestinian history has to be urgently retold.
Of all the great powers in the contemporary world-system, India is the one that receives the least attention. Why should this be? India after all is rapidly approaching the point where it will have the world’s largest population. It is respectably high on most measures of economic strength and improving all the time.
A recent report published by a coalition of African and British social justice organizations lays bare the truth that foreign corporations and wealthy governments continue to profit from the looting of the world’s most impoverished continent.