Abdul Rahman
IAEA investigation Iran Iran nuclear deal prospects dim again

Crucial midterm elections in the US and Israeli national elections are possible reasons for the delay in addressing Iranian concerns regarding an IAEA investigation

EU policies on refugees Europe’s treatment of refugees is racist and murderous 

The recent incident of refugees being stranded in the Mediterranean without assistance from coastal forces exemplifies a larger pattern of cruelty by European nations towards those fleeing conflict zones

Shireen Abu Akleh’s killing Israel justifies Shireen Abu Akleh’s killing, refuses to act against responsible personnel

Akleh’s family members and human rights groups called the report of the Israeli “investigation” an attempt to whitewash a war crime. They reiterated their demand for an independent enquiry and full accountability in her killing

Workers Party of Tunisia Workers’ Party leads the battle to save democracy in Tunisia

The Workers Party of Tunisia continues steadfast in the popular mobilization against President Kais Saied’s attempts to undermine the values of the 2011 revolution following his ‘presidential coup’ last year

Drone strikes at US military base in Syria’s al-Tanf reiterate its dubious role 

The base in al-Tanf was built by the US during the war against ISIS in 2016 without the consent of the Syrian government. The US is accused of using the base to train anti-Assad forces and steal the country’s resources 

NPT review conference Majority of countries in West Asia call for region to be a nuclear-free zone

Several Arab and Middle Eastern countries underlined the need of a nuclear free zone in the region, and claimed that Israel’s continued refusal to join disarmament regimes remains the biggest hurdle in achieving the same

Democratic Labor Party Morocco Democratic Way announces formation of a new workers’ Party in Morocco

The new Workers’ Democratic Way Party will be based on the idea of Marxism-Leninism with a program for greater working class and regional unity against exploitative, regressive and imperialist forces

BRICS summit calls for a true multilateral world based on an alternative economic order  

During his inaugural address, Chinese President Xi Jingping denounced Western countries’ policy of using their economic power as a weapon against the rest of the world and called for greater south-south cooperation in the field of technology and collective economic development 

EU energy shortage Europe dumps its climate commitments after facing shortage of Russian gas 

The quick shift by rich European countries to “dirty” energy sources such as coal instead of managing demands raises serious concerns about the fate of global climate action and the future of the environmental movement

Iran-IAEA Iran’s growing concerns about IAEA’s neutrality may hamper chances of JCPOA revival 

A resolution against Iran, drafted and pushed by the US and its allies, was passed at the IAEA meeting on June 8, marking a new low in the Iran-IAEA confrontation

Price rise - Ukraine-Russia war Anti-Russia policies brew trouble for the West

The US, EU, and several of their allies continue to push policies prolonging the war in Ukraine despite domestic populations facing an unprecedented rise in prices of basic commodities and poorer nation staring at an imminent food crisis

Turkey is readying for yet another invasion of Syria  

Turkey had carried out a similar invasion of northern Syria in October 2019 claiming to create a “safe zone” 30 km inside the Syrian border. The invasion had killed nearly 700 civilians and displaced over 300,000