Women and youth rise against tyranny in the Middle East and North Africa. Lessons from a decade ago will help make lasting change.
Revolution betrayed in Nicaragua; sparks fly between China and U.S. over Taiwan; and a landslide victory for reaction in the Philippines.
The religious, patriarchal and ethnic violence unleashed by Britain’s partition of India 75 years ago, on August 15, 1947, lives on today.
It is crucial to stand with the Uighur people, including their demand for self-determination. It is also necessary to build a movement to stop imperialist war mongering aimed at China.
When it comes to speaking out against patriarchal violence, the law is stacked against Indonesian women.
A diversity of outraged civilians have united to pit themselves against Myanmar’s bloody military dictatorship.
India’s massive uprising against big business and government defies gender, caste and religious divisions.
After at least nine Filipino dissidents were executed in March, thousands marched and burned the far-right president’s effigy the next day – International Women’s Day.
Thailand’s year-long protests expose the thorough corruption of the “untouchable” monarchy, partnered with the military, and the desperate conditions of workers and refugees.
Oddly, the European Union asked questions, but didn’t mention Putin or Russia regarding Navalny’s poisoning.