Opinion

A third of US liberals want ‘weaker arguments’ to be given less coverage by the media, but who decides which views these are?

Zachary Leeman is the author of the novel Nigh and journalist who covers art and culture. He has previously written for outlets such as Breitbart, LifeZette, and BizPac Review among others. Follow him on Twitter @WritingLeemanis the author of the novel Nigh and journalist who covers art and culture. He has previously written for outlets such as Breitbart, LifeZette,…

Swaziland: MTN Sits Between a Rock and a Hard Place in eSwatini, but It’s Trying to Do the Right Thing

In late May, Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari instructed mobile networks to suspend Twitter access in the country. Outraged citizens accused the government of censorship and clamping down on dissent. In January, Uganda's government ordered telecoms operators to suspend all internet gateways ahead of elections already marred by brutal crackdowns. In 2019, the Sudanese government responded…

Ethiopia: Ethiopia Registers Double Victory At Two Decisive Battle Fronts

Were there battles that Ethiopia fought? In fact there were two battles that took place a couple of days back reminding me a scene one in William Shakespeare's play, Macbeth, which goes "When shall we three meet again, in thunder, lightning or in rain? When the hurly-burly is done, when the battle's lost and won."…

A Foretaste of Fascism

Commentary How can we make sense of the Biden administration’s project to establish a shadow state in which the federal government achieves its unconstitutional objectives—mask mandates, forced vaccines, suppression of religious freedom, and free speech—by recruiting private corporations to do its bidding? What is the official name for this public-private partnership in opposition to our…

Anti-Covid-19 vaccines in dispute

Por Rosmerys Bernal PiñaHavana, May 15 (Prensa Latina) While several countries are making progress in the immunization against the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, scientists, business executives, health authorities and world leaders are debating whether or not to temporarily eliminate the patents on anti-Covid-19 vaccines. Initially, the United States and a small group of rich countries blocked the…

Lula believes unity is strength

Por Osvaldo CardosaBrasilia, (Prensa Latina) Convinced that unity leads to victory, former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva began a five-day visit to Brasilia on May 3 to re-establish ties with different political tendencies in the run-up to the 2022 elections in Brazil. The trip was the first of the founder of the Workers’ Party…

Global rising of Turkey and Indo-Pacific

The global eco-political balances that have reshaped the Atlantic and Asia-Pacific have been a prominent discussion point for almost 10 years. The changes in balance include the increasing influence of the U.S., Russia and China as global power centers and the indispensable importance of Turkey and the Indo-Pacific region. Turkey’s importance Turkey is an indispensable…

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