At least 37 African refugees were killed in Melilla on June 24 when security forces opened fire on them. Along with Spanish forces, Moroccan forces also participated in this operation.
The current round of sanctions add to the numerous rounds of similar coercive measures imposed by the US on Iran after the Donald Trump administration unilaterally withdrew from the multi-party JCPOA in May 2018
The West’s “sanctions from hell” have given a big stimulus to India-Russia bilateral trade, giving it a dynamism that one never suspected would be recaptured in the post-Soviet era
Spain is seeking NATO protection for Melilla, where the massacre occurred, and Ceuta, its other colonial enclave on the North African coast. The NATO Summit has declared irregular migration from Africa to be a threat to the “state security” of its members
Trade delegates and WTO Secretariat celebrate package of documents issued at the end of the Ministerial Conference, yet outlook for Global South remains bleak
The two nations defended their earlier veto against the UN Security Council resolution to impose further sanctions on North Korea and argued that the US has played a major role in stoking tensions in the peninsula
Today we look at the repeal of the ZEDE law in Honduras, US threats against the China-Solomon Islands security pact, and more
The appetite around the world has increased for an alternative to Western globalization, but this does not necessarily mean deglobalization
Russia has alleged that Western countries and media have deliberately ignored the facts that deny its involvement in the Bucha killings for the sole purpose of derailing the progress made in the peace talks so far and prolong the war
Portuguese intellectual Boaventura de Sousa Santos reflects on the wrecklessness with which US and Europe are advancing to yet another violent conflict of global dimensions
Researchers argue that policymakers should focus on the choice between wood production and environmental benefits while taking up afforestation projects
Right-wing candidate Yoon Seok-yeol triumphed in South Korea’s presidential election by a razor-thin margin last week. What might his presidency mean for the peninsula?