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Coronavirus Alarm Blends Yellow Peril And Red Scare

As an Asian-American, I’m not surprised that there are numerous reports surfacing of racistand xenophobic responses arising in the US (and elsewhere) as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, where “coughing while Asian” is being compared to “driving while black.” In case there are any doubts that media coverage is being racialized, reports about new coronavirus updates in the US...

Venezuela Accuses US Of Crimes Against Humanity At The International Criminal Court

During his meeting with the Court, Arreaza exposed the crimes against humanity perpetrated by the U.S. government in its failed attempt to overthrow Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro. Currently, the economic, financial, and commercial sanctions imposed by President Donald Trump administration have prevented Venezuela from accessing international markets.

Can The World’s Second Superpower Rise From The Ashes Of Twenty Years Of War?

February 15 marks the day, 17 years ago, when global demonstrations against the pending Iraq invasion were so massive that the New York Times called world public opinion “the second superpower.” But the U.S. invaded anyway. So what has become of the momentous hopes of that day?
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