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2022: A year of ups and downs, mainly downs
9 months ago by [deleted] to /s/whatever from opendemocracy.net
Hunger and desperation: Venezuela’s huge displacement crisis.
1 year ago by HibikiBlack to /s/vzla from opendemocracy.net
The World Economic Forum has laid out an agenda for giant corporations to move beyond their unofficial and unacknowledged role as unelected rulers of our world and become open partners in the governance of world affairs alongside our official elected governments, with more power than ever before.
1 year ago by Chipit to /s/conspiracy from opendemocracy.net
The US is taking on its corporate monopolists – now the rest of the world must follow
2 years ago by Budget-song-budget to /s/politics from opendemocracy.net
The Afghan woman activist still determined to educate girls
2 years ago by Budget-song-budget to /s/WorldNews from opendemocracy.net
Spain’s hologram protests. Millions of Spaniards have engaged in protests over the past four years. As of July 1 they can be subject to disproportionate fines and even jail for exercising their democratic rights to freedom of expression, assembly, protest and information. Interview.
2 years ago by Pis-dur to /s/WorldNews from opendemocracy.net
If we lose the Amazon, our world will lose its future
2 years ago by Budget-song-budget to /s/environment from opendemocracy.net
How the far Right tried to exploit Spain’s anti-austerity 15-M protests. WikiLeaks files also show ultra-conservative campaigners copying tactics from Greenpeace and Oxfam, and falsely claiming left-wing support for their plans
2 years ago by Budget-song-budget to /s/WayOfTheBern from opendemocracy.net
Open letter: a response from the '100' French scholars
2 years ago by jet199 to /s/politics from opendemocracy.net
Women as wartime rapists: a new book explores 'the impossible'. Academic Laura Sjoberg argues that our gendered assumptions about sexual violence in conflict limit our understanding of these crimes.
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/Feminism from opendemocracy.net
Police Chief urged Priti Patel to use Extinction Rebellion ‘opportunity’ to curb protest rights
3 years ago by LarrySwinger2 to /s/conspiracy from opendemocracy.net
"The coronavirus crisis shows it's time to abolish the family." This is the next frontier for the Left. Family abolitionists see these horrors as inherent in the ideologically “coercive” institution of the nuclear family.
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/LateStageCapitalism from opendemocracy.net
Authoritarianism masking incompetence? The case of the Republic of Cyprus
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Europe from opendemocracy.net
The curious rise of the ‘white left’ as a Chinese internet insult
3 years ago by sproketboy to /s/China from opendemocracy.net
BRICS countries to build digital sovereignty
3 years ago by useless_aether to /s/Geopolitics from opendemocracy.net
Before there was "Cancel Culture," there was the "Vampire Castle" – Mark Fisher's critical essay analyzing the Western Left's obsession with purges
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/history from opendemocracy.net
At the Dawn of Hope, Trepidation: Istanbul’s Elections, the Gezi Trial, and Civil Society’s Future
4 years ago by Stankmango to /s/PoliticalAnalysis from opendemocracy.net