2011 NATO invasion of Libya
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

Mapping Faultlines: French troops leave Mali but their legacy is chaos and violence

In this episode of Mapping Faultlines, NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the recent French withdrawal from Mali and their legacy of violence and instability in the entire region

Europe is at a crossroads of neoliberalism and the aspirations of the people

European leaders act like they are being backed into a corner, but where there’s a will, there’s a way.

The Yugoslav wars and the role of NATO

NATO framed its intervention in the Yugoslav wars as “humanitarian”, but their bombings and declaration of a “no-fly zone” resulted in the death of countless civilians

Racism, hypocrisy, and lies: What to watch out for in Western media coverage of Ukraine

Can English-language news outlets change largely anti-war public opinion by beating the drums of war between two nuclear powers?

No moral high ground while Europe pursues a policy of death at its borders

Europe’s treatment of migrants and refugees at its border is in clear contradiction to its alleged defense of human rights and against international law

External pressure intensifies uncertainty over elections in Libya days before scheduled vote

The Libyan election commission has failed to produce the final list of candidates for the presidential election on December 24.

Foreign fighters have begun to leave Libya, says foreign minister

The interim government has been insisting that all foreign troops should leave the country for the UN-brokered peace deal to be successful and for elections to be held in a credible manner

How can the US wake up from its post-9/11 nightmare?

The only hope for the future is to abandon the futile quest for hegemony and instead commit to peace, cooperative diplomacy, international law, and disarmament.

Libyan interim govt approved Libyan parliament approves interim unity government  

The interim government is led by prime minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah and consists of 33 ministers, including two deputy prime ministers. It will administer the country till the December 2021 elections

US attacks in Syria Biden solidifying a more aggressive neoliberal and militarist administration

From former war commanders and representatives of the military-industrial complex to Clinton loyalists to oil lobby-funded, the appointments made so far gives us very little change to be expected from the upcoming Biden administration.

Warring parties in Libya sign “permanent ceasefire” deal

Following a temporary ceasefire in July, Libya’s Government of National Accord and the Khalifa Haftar-led Libyan National Army have struck a permanent deal. All foreign fighters are to leave the country in three months