The 70-year-old North Atlantic Treaty Organization that met in London on December 4 is a stale military holdover from the Cold War days that should have gracefully retired many years ago.
The emissions of the most polluting countries are actually on the rise, while the given carbon budget is depleting.
The black hole, named LB1, is estimated to have a mass 70 times that of the sun, and sits at a distance of 13,800 light years from the Earth
A Green New Deal in the West is not going to be sufficient if this deal does not include trillions of dollars into the UN’s Green Climate Fund and the transfer of technology as a social practice and not for profit.
At the heart of the #FeesMustFall protests is one global problem: the cost of higher education. These protests highlight the debate as to whether education is a right or a privilege.
New research has identified memory-trace-cells, which are special neurons that get activated when one recalls memories involved in specific locations
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, Ana Maldonado, Pilar Troya Fernández, and Vijay Prashad respond to the comments by intellectuals against the progressive processes in Latin America
The Bolivian people and the people across the world are standing in solidarity against the US backed coup in Bolivia.
Representatives from trade unions, political parties, social movements, and universities of the BRICS countries gathered in Brasilia for the Peoples’ BRICS Summit
Instead of ordering a criminal investigation into the hacking of WhatsApp platform and citizens’ smartphones, the Indian IT minister Ravishankar Prasad is hiding behind the plea that ‘others did it first’
In this episode of Mapping Faultlines, we first talk about Lula’s release. In Syria, Russian and Turkish troops have begun joint patrols. Finally, what next in the digital world after Pegasus?