Afghanistan’s doctors urge world to put politics and prejudice aside to save its healthcare

Monday, November 29, 2021

Geetanjali Krishna and Sally Howard Afghanistan was already struggling to respond to the needs of its population before the Taliban takeover. Now the healthcare system is on the…

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Jihadism: bitter fruit of imperialism

Saturday, November 20, 2021

Yassamine Mather n the aftermath of every Islamist terror attacks in America, Europe or the UK, such as the stabbing of Tory MP David Amess, we hear the…

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On Pgasus and Israel’s spyware industry

Friday, November 19, 2021

Edan Ring With​ the Covid infection rate soaring in spring last year, Naftali Bennett – Israel’s then defence minister, now its prime minister – came up with an…

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Ecological Leninism

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Adam Tooze on Andreas Malm’s post-pandemic climate politics The carbon clock is ticking. Governments and official agencies assure us that all will be well, that they can balance the…

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The role of pandemics and socio-political and economic change in history

Sunday, November 7, 2021

Mohsen Shahmanesh This is a transcript of a talk given in a webinar organised by the journal Critique in October 2021 entitled “Pandemics in junctures of historic change”…

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Political Islam and Democracy Crisis in North Africa

Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Ramzy Baroud When the news circulated that Morocco’s leading political group, the Development and Justice Party (PJD), has been trounced in the latest elections, held in September, official…

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