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‘Anti-encroachment’ demolitions target Karachi’s working class and other stories

Today we look at the demolition drives in poor and working class communities in Pakistan, the joint communique presented by NATO leaders, and more

From G7 to NATO meetings, imperialist powers turn more aggressive towards China

In both the crucial summits of global north nations, political leaders led by US president Joe Biden, made sweeping and unsubstantiated charges against China

Their wars, our lives: The return of anti-militarism

An anti-militaristic spectre is haunting Europe: trade unions, social movements and political organizations are mobilizing against war and against the next NATO summit in Brussels.

How Denmark helped the US spying program

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkyastha talks about the recent news of Danish intelligence having aided the US in spying on European political leaders during 2012-14

US spied on its close allies in Europe including Germany and France with the help of Danish secret service

A detailed report on Denmark’s role in the American project to spy on its close allies was published in several European media on Sunday confirming the revelation made by whistle blower Edward Snowden’s in 2013

US Military in Greece Anti-imperialists protest US military maneuvers in Greece

Large contingents of US military personnel and equipment reached Greece enroute the Baltic region to participate in the “Defender Europe 21” joint military exercise

G7 and the US bid to reassert hegemony

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the latest G7 Foreign Ministers’ meeting, the relevance and implications of the statements of the group and their approach to China and Russia

Activists in Norway protest proposed docking of nuclear submarines in Tromsø

The Norwegian government has signed strategic agreements with the US to open up and upgrade its air bases and ports to cater to US military exercises and maneuvers

US orders its staff to leave embassy in Kabul fearing rise in violence

The Joe Biden administration has decided to withdraw all remaining US troops from Afghanistan by September 11. However, reports indicate a number of US personnel could remain in different capacities, along with mercenaries

Delay in Afghan peace process and the human cost of protracted conflict

The stalemate in the intra-Afghan peace talks has resulted in unabated violence between insurgents and government forces. In the latest round of violence, at least 19 individuals across eight provinces of Afghanistan lost their lives

Russia-Ukraine Conflict Anti-imperialists extend solidarity to people of Donbass 

Various anti-imperialist groups across Europe have extended solidarity to the people of the self-proclaimed republics of Donetsk and Luhansk in the region of Donbass as tensions between NATO and EU-backed Ukraine and Russia escalate

SIPRI global military expenditure 2020 Despite the horrors of COVID-19, global defense spending rises led by the US

The US military budget in 2020 alone was around USD 778 billion, which is almost 39% of the total global military expenditure and marked an increase by 4.4% from the previous year

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