Abdallah Hamdok & Sudan’s Freedom

Sudan’s Prime Minister, Abdallah Hamdok, survived an assassination attempt in Khartoum this past 9th March. His convoy car was not affected, but the loud blast hit cars nearby, and the leader was able to escape, revealing that he is “safe and in shape”.

The Parasite of Capitalism

From Parasite to a parasite, that is how the global focus has shifted in these first months of the nefarious 2020.

Unfortunately, just weeks later another parasite ramped on into the spotlight, with the breaking of the novel Coronavirus infecting over 200.000 people in the span of just two months, bringing the world into quarantine.

However, these two “parasites” share a similar menacing truth: they inherit flaws of the capitalist system which now more than ever is exposing its true unnatural features.

Sognando l’Europa: i migranti in trappola fra Grecia e Turchia

Il meccanismo di scambio fra accoglienza e denaro sembra esseri inceppato. Al contrario il fiume umano è ripartito e i migranti trovano ad aspettarli e in partenza solo lacrimogeni e bastonate.

The Demise of a Controversial Leader

By Sonia Harim This 25th February marked a bittersweet lap for Egyptians. Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak passed away without being held accountable for his actions during the Arab Spring in Egypt, back in 2011. Egypt is one of the Middle East’s pillars, and as such, has often undergone critical events in order to keepContinue reading “The Demise of a Controversial Leader”

Pro-Justice

By Janet Kimani In San Juan Del Riò (México), Dafne McPherson, 29, was released on January 25th, 2019. This was after serving only three years out of her sixteen-year sentence. That’s great, right? Wrong. Dafne McPherson was sentenced for going through something that women all over the world experience, unfortunately, every single day. A devastating process of pain,Continue reading “Pro-Justice”

PRIMARIES 2020: New Hampshire & Iowa

A cura di Norberto Cristofori Non è l’inizio tranquillo che si aspettavano i Democratici con queste Primarie. Il caos organizzativo dell’Iowa sembrava aver inclinato quasi inevitabilmente questo lungo viaggio. I cinque giorni per ottenere i risultati, l’incertezza e la mala organizzazione della macchina dei democratici avevano creato malessere e imbarazzo nei candidati e nei militanti.Continue reading “PRIMARIES 2020: New Hampshire & Iowa”

Does the Government Hide the Victims? First Killed by Coronavirus in Spain Was Not Diagnosed

By Lucía Ballester Bellver Many say it is a stronger flu. Others, the global pandemic that will end part of the population, equating it with the black plague. What is certain is that COVID-19, better known as Coronavirus, divides the population and is beginning not only to expand its influence, but also to foment collectiveContinue reading “Does the Government Hide the Victims? First Killed by Coronavirus in Spain Was Not Diagnosed”

The Von der Leyen Commission: the Plan for a New EU

By Aurora Ceccotti In December 2019 Ursula von der Leyen has been unanimously chosen to lead the European Commission. Under the first woman to lead the European Commission, the latter will focus on enhancing gender equality, tackling climate change and augmenting the European Union’s geopolitical role. Her previous role as defence minister in Germany seemsContinue reading “The Von der Leyen Commission: the Plan for a New EU”

PRIMARIES 2020: Iowa

A cura di Norberto Cristofori WHAT’S UP IOWA? Due settimane fa sono iniziate ufficialmente le affollate e infinite Primarie Democratiche. Il primo stato è come da consuetudine l’Iowa. Se non siete esperti di geografia americana si trova tra l’Illinois (Chicago) e il Nebraska, quindi nel centro nord degli Usa. La capitale ha un nome cheContinue reading “PRIMARIES 2020: Iowa”

Diritto e dovere significa obbligo a votare?

A cura di Milena Di Nenno Votare è un diritto e un dovere del cittadino in ogni democrazia liberale. I cittadini hanno il diritto di decidere da chi essere rappresentati, e il dovere di scegliere per consolidare i valori democratici. Tuttavia, sembra che ci sia sempre più disinteresse nei confronti della politica, e in moltiContinue reading “Diritto e dovere significa obbligo a votare?”

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