Are We Inching Towards a Third World War?

By Azu Ishiekwene The writer is the Managing Director/Editor-in-Chief of LEADERSHIP newspaper based in Abuja, Nigeria. ABUJA | 18 April 2024 (IDN) — This was the question a friend of mine in his late 20s asked me when we woke up on April 14 to the news that Iran had launched over 300 drones and missiles towards […]

Renounced by the Vatican, Yet the Repressive Force of 15th Century Persists

By William D. Sunderlin, Ph.D., and Robert J. Miller, J.D.* FAYETTEVILLE, New York | PHOENIX, Arizona | 16 April 2024 (IDN) — It seems ridiculous that a repudiated Catholic doctrine dating back to the 15th century should have legal standing anywhere in the world today. Yet the Onondaga, an Indigenous nation located in Central New […]

Roundtable on Current U.S. Foreign Policy: Militarism Unhinged

By Phyllis Bennis, Jackson Lears and Jeffrey Sachs NEW YORK | 12 April 2024 (IDN) — I invited three insightful analysts of present-day U.S. foreign policy to share their thoughts in a roundtable discussion. Here are excerpts from Phyllis Bennis, Jackson Lears and Jeffrey Sachs. — Norman Solomon. Question: How would you assess the most important aspects of current […]

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