EU

Moscow & NATO Playing a 'Dangerous Tit-For-Tat Game' in the Ukraine

Moscow & NATO Playing a ‘Dangerous Tit-For-Tat Game’ in the Ukraine

November 26, 2018

Col. Lawrence Wilkerson says that the latest Ukraine crisis, in which Russia is holding Ukrainian navy boats, was foreseeable and likely, given NATO’s constant encroachment on Russia’s border region

The Middle East: History threatens to repeat itself

July 1, 2018

By James M. Dorsey If the notion that history repeats itself is accurate, it is nowhere truer than in the Middle East where the international community, caught by surprise by the 2011 popular Arab revolts, has reverted to opting for political stability as opposed to sustainability, ignoring the undercurrents of change wracking the Middle East.…

The Brexit Dilemma

March 7, 2018

As conservatives continue to defend a ‘hard’ Brexit that is deeply unpopular among business leaders, Jeremy Corbyn seized the opportunity to present Labour as the more sensible and business-friendly party

United Kingdom

September 15, 2017
Public interest organisations and opposition leaders slammed the EU Withdrawal Bill as the biggest threat to parliamentary democracy in decades, explains journalist Steve Topple

Europe

September 2, 2017
Brexit ministers in the UK had six corporate lobby meetings for every one meeting with civil society groups, says Nick Dearden of Global Justice Now

Palestine

July 9, 2017
Nora Lester Murad warns that aid to Palestine serves the Israeli occupation

Britain’s Brexit Bill Gives Government Unprecedented Powers

April 1, 2017

The “Great Repeal Bill” repeals EU laws and gives the executive massive powers to rule by decree in the Brexit transition says Nick Dearden of Global Justice Now

Greece

February 23, 2017
SYRIZA has failed to a develop the political capacities within its base that would provide room for the party to maneuver in case of a shift in the international balance of forces, says political science Leo Panitch

Italy

December 19, 2016
Yasha Maccanico says suspicion of terrorism is often used as a pretext to ensure that people cannot have any possibility of determining their fate

Refugee Crisis in Europe

December 19, 2016
Yasha Maccanico says suspicion of terrorism is often used as a pretext to ensure that people cannot have any possibility of determining their fate