Although Biden will want to appear firm on countering Moscow’s actions, doubts have lingered over how much he can live up to his previously tough words on the Russian leader’s assertive foreign policy
OPINION - How will Brazil organize an America Cup in the midst of the pandemic?OPINION - How will Brazil organize an America Cup in the midst of the pandemic?
OPINION - White violence not a historical truth: it’s a reality with a history
Although slavery was abolished and much progress has been made for the First Nations and all minority groups in these countries, the ideology of white supremacy and the danger of white violence are still very much with us today
ANALYSIS - No punishment is adequate for the ‘Butcher of Bosnia’
The notion of a “genocide in Srebrenica only” provides an opening for genocide deniers – local, regional and international – to seize upon and whitewash all the other genocidal crimes perpetrated prior to July 1995
ANALYSIS: Israel’s most powerful tool in persuading Jordan: ‘water problem’
Israel’s military and economic power enable it to easily execute its own water policies in the region while preventing others from doing so
ANALYSIS - Appeals judgment against Mladic will be a verdict on an era
Ratko Mladic spent the most important part of his life taking away from other people. Taking away the people they loved. When he is gone forever, his life’s work will still be with us. It will continue to poison the future until it is reckoned with.
ANALYSIS: National strike in Colombia, between rights violations and millionaire economic losses
Despite meetings on way out of crisis, there is still no way to see path to stop violence, blockades, economic difficulties