Sudan is in yet another civil war. Can it put military rule behind it once and for all?
Madagascar and the New Frontiers of Sacrifice Zones
The African country is rich in minerals, including rare earth elements. But extracting them from the ground poses enormous environmental and social risks.
20 Years Ago, the World Said No to War
A look back at the history-making mobilization against the Iraq War that turned ordinary people into a “second superpower” — one we badly need today.
British Genocide in Kenya: Time for a Reckoning
No sum can ever wipe out the suffering of the Kenyan people. But British reparations will serve three important functions.
The Greenwashing Scam Behind COP27’s Flop
This year’s UN climate conference offered some reason to celebrate. But the growing clout of the “carbon capture” industry is hindering urgent efforts to clamp down on fossil fuels.
So, What about Those Other Wars?
Here’s why Ukraine dominates media coverage.
The U.S. Must End Its Complicity in Illicit Financial Flows Out of Africa
Currently, there are no consequences for the U.S.-based companies involved in the illicit looting of African nations’ wealth.
‘Regrets’ Aren’t Enough: Congo Deserves an Apology and Reparations for War Crimes
Belgium has yet to make any reparations for exploitation that killed 10 million Congolese. The U.S. must also make amends for its complicity.
The Troubling Message of Biden’s Trip to Saudi Arabia
The fossil fuel industry’s global links to political violence and repression couldn’t be clearer. Unfortunately, the U.S. is enabling it.
The Global South in the WTO: Time to Go on the Offensive
The WTO is in crisis. The Global South should take advantage and claim the policy space it needs to adapt to a de-globalizing world economy.