Rosa Luxemburg and debt as an imperialist instrument

I would like to point out that it was an invitation to participate in September 2019 in a conference in Moscow on Rosa Luxemburg that gave me the opportunity to look again at her work and to prepare the material that we find in this article.

por Eric Toussaint - 19/01/2022


Rosa Luxemburg and debt as an imperialist instrument

por Eric Toussaint - 19/01/2022

I would like to point out that it was an invitation to participate in September 2019 in a conference in Moscow on Rosa Luxemburg that gave me the opportunity to look again at her work and to prepare the material that we find in this article.

António Guterres’s hour

por Boaventura de Sousa Santos - 18/01/2022

Although it is true that AG’s first term was marked by two adverse circumstances – Donald Trump’s hostility (the US accounts for 22 percent of the UN budget) and the COVID-19 pandemic

Great Transitions: Trajectories of Technology, Society, and the Future

por Deborah G. Johnson - 03/01/2022

Analogous to thinking about an ocean liner moving in the sea and wanting to know its current destination or, more importantly, wanting to change its current course.

UK Labour Party votes for motion calling Israel an apartheid state

por MEMO - Middle East Monitor - 29/09/2021

The motion commits the Labour party to implementing sanctions including ceasing UK-Israel arms trade and trade with illegal Israeli settlements

Chiapas on the brink of civil war

por Enlace Zapatista - 21/09/2021

First: on the 11th of september 2021, in the morning hours and while the zapatista air delegation was in mexico city, members of ORCAO, a paramilitary organisation at the service of the government of the state of chiapas, kidnapped the comrades Sebastían Nuñez Pérez and José Antonio Sśnchez Juárez, autonomous authorities of the Good Government council of Patria Nueva, Chiapas.


por Martin Mantxo - 15/09/2021

All this has generated anger and alarm, of course!

We’re Losing Something

por Katherine Snow - 14/09/2021

But Are We Right To Call It ‘Biodiversity’?

A climate disaster in unfolding before our eyes - and politicians still refuse to take action

por Other News - 13/09/2021

Hurricane Ida perfectly illustrates the devastating impacts of climate change. Stopping the Line 3 pipeline, in line with Indigenous demands, is a perfect opportunity for political leaders to take climate action

’What are they hiding?’ 9/11 families fight for U.S. documents

por - 10/09/2021

Message to the U.S. President Joe Biden, asks him to declassify FBI documents related to possible Saudi connections to the attack

In Egypt it is a crime to read books

por MEMO - Middle East Monitor - 03/09/2021

Egypt has waged a war on the popular musalsalet and blocked some 500 news websites.

Don’t blame Zaki Anwari, blame those who drove him to make his fateful decision

por MEMO - Middle East Monitor - 25/08/2021

"You are the painter of your life," wrote Zaki Anwari on his Facebook page last week.

Premature victory of Israel as observer member in the African Union

por MEMO - Middle East Monitor - 23/08/2021

Colonialism and solidarity define the decisive Israel-Palestine battle in Africa.

Map of alternatives in India invites people to connect and contribute

por Vikalp Sangam - 30/07/2021

The Vikalp Sangam Map documents and catalogues stories of alternative initiatives across India.

Facebook removes Gaza Shehab News Agency from platform

por MEMO - Middle East Monitor - 15/07/2021

Shehab news director Hossam Al-Zayegh described Facebook’s action as a new violation of the freedom of opinion and expression guaranteed by international law.

George Floyd should still be alive

por Indigenous Environmental Network - 21/04/2021

Despite the verdict in Chauvin’s case, the system that allowed for the murder of George Floyd is still intact.

Al Jazeera targets right-wing audience in US

por MEMO - Middle East Monitor - 24/02/2021

The intended audience are "centre-right folks" who feel poorly served by mainstream media.

Un special rapporteur urges US to lift the blockade against Venezuela

por - 15/02/2021

The Special Rapporteur of the United Nations (UN) on the effects of sanctions on human rights, Alena Douhan, held a press conference today before leaving Venezuela. Douhan detailed the impact of the United States’ unilateral coercive measures on the Venezuelan people.

Guatemala’s Land Defenders Are Still Their Own Best Defense

por Ellen Moore, Jen Moore - 13/02/2021

Rising corruption in Guatemala threatens landmark legal victories by Indigenous activists defending their land from mining.

2021 World Social Forum will have a strong Palestine focus

por MEMO - Middle East Monitor - 20/01/2021

The 2021 World Social Forum (WSF) events will discuss the Palestinian issue at length.

What are the challenges of WSF 2021 in relation to the global situation?

por Gustave Massiah - 19/01/2021

The challenges of the World Social Forum 2021 are high. In a deep contradictory world situation, it must make it possible to: redefine an alterglobalist proposal corresponding to the new situation; understand the new contradictions of the world system; start from the movements to resist, define the alternatives, build a new emancipation project.

WSF disseminates general information on the virtual edition

por - 15/01/2021

To participate, interested parties must register and their organizations at the link

Covid-19 triggered a new anti-globalisation dynamic

por Sergio Ferrari - 11/01/2021

« Common and comprehensive responses to the global crisis » - Carminda Mac Lorin, member of the International Council of the World Social Forum and Executive Director of the NGO Katalizo

Opinion - Storming of Capitol shows America has entered the Weimar era

por Walden Bello - 07/01/2021

The violent storming of the Capitol by a Trumpian mob underlines the face of things to come

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