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Turmoil escalates following Taliban’s victory in Afghanistan

Several governments of the region, human rights activists and global leaders expressed concern about violence against civilians and appealed to the Taliban for restraint

Concerns about fate of Afghans grow as Taliban takes control of Kabul 

As the Taliban establishes control over Kabul and foreign diplomats flee the crisis, questions remain over human rights in the country, especially of women and minorities. Meanwhile, the US continues to claim that “the mission is successful”

Gabriel García Márquez and magical internationalism

While García Márquez is internationally recognized for his literary work, little attention is paid to his lifelong dedication to revolutionary internationalism. Laura Capote explores this rich history and his career as a militant journalist

US war in Afghanistan Why the Afghanistan Papers are an eerie reminder of Vietnam

Noam Chomsky’s 1973 book, The Backroom Boys, exposed the lies used by the US establishment to justify the war on Vietnam and pointed out that these were not aberrations. The latest documents on the Afghan war prove this point