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Culture of Violence Shapes U.S. Policies

The first US Democratic presidential debate has reminded us that America’s “culture of violence” controls Washington’s policies and prompts U.S. leaders... More

International Pressure on Israel May Bring Policy Change on Palestine

The renewed surge of violence between Israelis and Palestinians is reaching a boiling point. On October 7 a video was captured during clashes between Ramallah a... More

Brazil's Failed to Address Real Conflicts: Slavery, Inequality, Racial and Social Apartheid

It is too early to say that the impeachment of the country’s first female president is a certainty. Although this outcome has become a little more likely afte... More

Russia and United States must Talk to Reach agreement on Syria

Syria is mostly destroyed as a country. There are 22 million Syrians and 4 million of them are refugees outside the country, and 7 million are displaced within ... More

Che Guevara: One of Latin America's Great Figures

FrancoBrazilian author Michael Löwy, wrote in his book The Marxism of Che Guevara: "Che was not only a heroic fighter, but a revolutionary thinker, wi... More

Force Escalation Leads Mostly to Greater Death and Destruction

The use of military force is essentially destructive. Weapons of war are designed to kill people and smash things. All nations claim to build and buy them only ... More

Landslide Tragedy -- Another Pain for a Hurt Guatemala

An avalanche of mud has buried over 120 family huts on the outskirts of Guatemala City, an event that could become one of the worst tragedies in that Central Am... More

Leap Manifesto's Alternative Seeks Changes to National Policy in Canada

Every political class considers themselves inclusive, diverse, open-minded. But present ideas outside the perimeters of sanctioned debate, imposed by power and ... More

Hopes are High for Healthy Green Clean Planet

The Kyoto Protocol was negotiated almost 18 years ago in December 1997 in the city of Kyoto, Japan and came into force in February 2005.... More

Debates At UN General Assembly Focus on Same Issues and Nothing Happens

The General Assembly debate at the United Nations is underway until the 3rd. of October. In the past for the most part speeches at the UN, at the General Assemb... More

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