January 2018 Archive
Iran: Surviving another attack supported from abroad
Protests in Iran are winding down, and the streets in most of the cities are becoming quiet again. But the question remains: who was behind the ‘events’ that took at […]
Prospects for Cuba’s Revolution in 2018
As 2017 was the year of Trump imposing restriction on Cuba while maintaining diplomatic relations, 2018 may be the year that he backtracks to a certain extent.
“The Colombian government is not investing in peace”: interview with Enrique Santiago
September 26, 2017, was a historic day in Colombia: the government of Juan Manuel Santos and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) signed a peace agreement, putting an end […]
Will 2018 Usher in a New Palestinian Strategy?
2017 will be remembered as the year that the so-called ‘peace process’, at least in its American formulation, has ended. And with its demise, a political framework that has served […]
White Helmets in Syria: some questions for our government
What should we – members of Western publics – think about the White Helmets? There is currently great controversy between journalists who present them unproblematically as heroes  and others who […]
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Voices of a better world: interview with Dimitris Konstantakopoulos and Ray McGovern
Michel Collon talks to Dimitris Konstantakopoulos (journalist, former member of the Syriza central committee) and Ray McGovern (longtime CIA analyst) in this episode of “Voices of a better world”. The […]
Communists Sweep the Nepali Elections, a Blow to the Establishment Parties
You might as well imagine a large red flag fluttering from the summit of Mount Everest. That’s what the outcome of the parliamentary and provincial elections in Nepal suggests. The […]