Muhammed Shabeer

Peoples Dispatch speaks to Anaïs Fley, national secretary of the Union of Communist Students in France, on the protests in the country over the past few months, the dangers of the policies of Emmanuel Macron and the role of the students and youth in transforming French society

Censorship Directive

The legislation includes two controversial clauses – the stipulation of an ‘upload filter’ to monitor the copyright, and a ‘link tax’ which requires the news aggregators to pay publishers for linking to their stories.

Anti-NATO protest in Serbia

NATO had intervened in the ethnic conflict in Yugoslavia in 1999, and led a 78-day long airstrike campaign over Serbian targets, which reportedly resulted in the deaths of 2,500 civilians and billions of dollars in damage

The strike took place in around 1,769 places in 112 countries around the world. Some of the demands were the imposition of climate emergency , including youth voices in policy-making and lowering the voting age to 16.

More than 85 civil rights groups in the country had formed a coalition and urged the bank to stop lending to firms which run private prisons for profit. Firms such as GEO Group and CoreCivic have reportedly spent USD 25 million on lobbying over the past three decades to push for harsher criminal justice and immigration laws

CPUSA interview part 2

In the second part of our interview with the chairman of the CPUSA, John Bachtell talks about climate change and US imperialism on Latin America

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