Sudan’s Bashir is yet Another African Leader up for War Crimes but the Real Story is, as Always, US Geopolitical Aims

By Finian Cunningham – Aug 25, 2021 With yet another African leader heading to the International Criminal Court, it’s time

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Once Again, the Vultures Circle Haiti

By Jemima Pierre – Aug 18, 2021 Another earthquake in Haiti provides another opportunity for the NGO community, the Haitian

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Earthquake Devastates Haiti, Canada Shouldn’t Make it Worse

By Yves Engler – Aug 15, 2021 With “friends” like Canada, Haiti is in deep trouble. Justin Trudeau’s statement that

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Cuba’s Cultural Counter-Revolution: US Gov’t-Backed Rappers, Artists Gain Fame as ‘Catalyst for Current Unrest’

By Max Blumenthal – Jul 25, 2021 Painting itself as a grassroots collective of artists fighting for freedom of expression,

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Ethiopian Conflict and International Law

Legal scholar Francis A. Boyle told Ann Garrison in the following interview that a “Responsibility-to-Protect” intervention in Ethiopia would be illegal

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