Colonialism
Morocco’s army forced return to armed struggle, says Sahrawi minister

Fatma Mehdi, minister of cooperation of the Sahrawi Republic, spoke to Brasil de Fato about the struggle for sovereignty

Burkina Faso ejects French troops

France originally entered the Sahel to allegedly prevent the southern movement of jihadist elements strengthened by the NATO-led war in Libya

Africa’s forgotten colony in the Sahara

Morocco and its international backers exploit the resource-rich Western Sahara as the Sahrawi people eke out an existence in refugee camps

China’s path to socialist modernization

The discussions in the Communist Party of China’s 20th National Congress reflected recent achievements and challenges for the coming period

Puerto Rico contends with two storms: Fiona and colonialism

The island’s recovery from the mid-September storm has been afflicted by the reality of 500 years of colonialism, according to activist

Violence against Indigenous women grows in Vancouver amid ‘apathy and injustice’

Indigenous women and girls in Canada continue to face disproportionate levels of violence and insecurity rooted in colonialism.

Why lithium power politics are playing out very differently in Chile and Bolivia

The people of Bolivia and Chile imagine a different kind of extraction: one that is controlled by those who live by the resources and one that does not destroy the earth.

“I am deeply sorry”: Pope Francis apologizes for the Church’s support of Canadian residential schools

Pope Francis begins “penitential pilgrimage” by visiting the site of a former residential school and apologizing for the Catholic Church’s sponsorship of forced assimilation

The West is experiencing a contraction of its power, not necessarily its decline

The strategists of the hegemonic country of the West, the US, without realizing the flagrant contraction, show unlimited ambition.

Patrice Lumumba Belgium Belgium returns remains of assassinated Congolese leader Patrice Lumumba but what about justice?

Belgium has returned a gold crowned tooth of Patrice Lumumba to his family. However, activists point out that there has been no accountability or justice for his brutal assassination following a western-backed coup in 1961

Biden vows to intervene militarily in Taiwan if China “invades”

President Biden’s recent comments about defending Taiwan in case of a mainland invasion are unusually militaristic, even for the United States

Blaise Compaoré convicted for the murder of revolutionary Burkinabé leader Thomas Sankara

The trial of Compaoré for the murder of revolutionary Thomas Sankara lasted six months and 100 witnesses testified against him and 13 others.