Muhammed Shabeer
Trump’s whim of ‘buying’ Greenland draws widespread criticism

Real estate interests, instigated by the possibilities of mining, along with the strategic intent of averting Chinese domination in the Arctic region, has prompted the US to pay greater attention to Greenland

Educational workers in Estonia demand government funding for research

Dr. Martin Aidnik from the Tallinn University Trade Union speaks about the strike in Estonia calling for increased funds for research

LGBTQ community fights prejudice on the streets of Poland

Defying the homophobic threats from the far-right, pride marches continue in Poland

“Our universities must be survivable for students and staff of color”

Interview with the Goldsmiths Anti-Racist Action (GARA), a group of concerned students at Goldsmiths, University of London, that fights racism within and outside the campus.

Protests break out in Norway over decision to shut down Nord University campuses What happens when you close a university in Norway?

Peoples Dispatch spoke with Anne-Lise Wie about the potential impacts of the closure of two Nord university campuses

“NATO get out from the Balkans, the Balkans belong to the people!”

Interview with Aleksandar Ðenić, first secretary of the League of Yugoslav Communist Youth (SKOJ), the youth wing of the New Communist Party of Yugoslavia (NKPJ).

French Communist Party “The class enemy remains stronger and has got wider mechanisms to divide the working class”

Nicolas Maury of the French Communist Party (PCF) analyzes the situation following the European parliament elections in May, and looks into the victories of the far-right, especially in France

tips theft bill -Ireland Don’t trip up on tips theft law, Irish unions warn government

A bill recently passed in the Irish parliament prevents employers from deducting or withholding tips from employees. However, the government has the option of blocking the proposed legislation

Moldovan parliamentary elections New coalition government in Moldova denounces plot by opposition as unconstitutional

The Democratic Party of Moldova is said to be plotting a civil war in the country as its supporters are trying to violently disrupt the functioning of state institutions in order to destabilize the new coalition government

Emboldened by the Tory defeat, Scotland plans for another Independence referendum

The failure of the Conservative government in the UK to take forward the Brexit formalities and the subsequent political crisis has reinvigorated the aspirations for independence among a pro-EU majority in Scotland.

BELGIUM ELECTIONS Belgian elections: advantage the left, the right and the Greens

The center-right coalition government suffered reverses even as the left-wing Workers’ Party of Belgium and the Flemish-nationalist right-wing party, Vlaams Belang, made significant gains

Chagos Archipelago UN General Assembly demands an end to British administration in the Chagos

African and the Non-aligned countries, except Maldives, unitedly backed Mauritius’ claim for sovereignty over the Chagos. Australia, Hungary, Israel, Maldives, United Kingdom, and United States voted against the resolution.

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