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The Saudi Arabian ďKingdomĒ remains the most egregious Rogue State Sponsor of Terrorism Worldwide

The Saudi clan of nearly 100,000 have spent their nationís vast wealth on self-indulgence, military adventurism, and fabricating a historical narrative in their most luxurious palaces... [read more]

Palestine's Nelson Mandela

Divide et impera ‚Äď "divide and rule" ‚Äď since Roman times this has been a guiding principle of every regime that suppresses another people. In this the Israeli authorities have been incredibly successful.... [read more]

WOMEN WORK TO ADDRESS SILENCE OVER WAR ATROCITIES IN POST-CONFLICT BOUGAINVILLE

In the northern coastal villages of Hako Constituency on Buka Island, in Papua New Guinea’s eastern autonomous region of Bougainville, life to all appearances is carefree... [read more]

Committee room 9: ‚ÄúScotland and Palestine: Building Friendship and Solidarity‚ÄĚ

Clive Hambidge reports on a recent seminar at the Houses of Parliament: ‚ÄúScotland and Palestine‚ÄĚ Building Friendship and Solidarity... [read more]

The Casino Republic

Money plays an ever-increasing role in politics. Election propaganda is made on television, which is very expensive... [read more]

God Wills It!

For six decades my friends and I have warned our people: if we don't make peace with the nationalist Arab forces, we shall be faced with Islamic Arab forces ... [read more]

Challenges to the rights of sexual minorities in Africa

A Ugandan Catholic priest analyses the reasons for the existence of homophobia in Africa... [read more]

State and Revolution: Chapter One: Class Society and the State

Thomas Riggins explains how, according to Lenin, the State is a product of the irreconcilability of class antagonisms ... [read more]

The US Role and Iran in Southwest Asia

Déjà vu all over again: US foreign policy has once again arrived at a critical historical crossroad... [read more]

Call Mr Robeson ‚Äď a Life with Songs

John Green writes about the life and work of one of America‚Äôs greatest singers who was ‚Äėdisappeared‚Äô from public life and airbrushed out of the history books... [read more]

Women Candidates Campaign for Equitable Development in Papua New Guinea Elections

In a male dominated society, women have been largely excluded from politics in Papua New Guinea. Catherine Wilson reports on female participation in the elections currently underway... [read more]

Bahrain: a microcosm that typifies the intensifying dilemma of the Arab regimes

David Rahni discusses the political deadlock in Bahrain... [read more]

Paga Hill ‚Äď a model for the future of the Pacific Islands?

Catherine Wilson reports how a housing crisis in Papua New Guinea’s capital is socially empowering squatter communities... [read more]

Modern Football: Money, Hype and Hysteria

John Green looks at how the status of the 'beautiful game' has changed in recent years.... [read more]

Yes, You Can!

Barack Obama faces a historic challenge in the Middle East, as Uri Avnery explains.... [read more]

Making a Killing from Hunger

Leading NGO GRAIN on why we need to overturn food policy.... [read more]