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Macron announces pull-out of French troops from Niger
Amid massive protests in Niger against French imperialism, French President Macron announced the withdrawal of the French ambassador to Niamey on Sunday
Thousands protest in Germany against crisis in education
The call of the alliance “Schule muss anders” (“School must be different”), which includes 170 educational organisations and initiatives, brought out 15,000 to 20,000 participants nationwide (around 7,000 in Berlin, 2,000 in Munich and 3,000 in Cologne)
US to send long-range ATACMS missile to Ukraine
Over the weekend, multiple media outlets reported that President Joe Biden told Ukrainian officials that the United States would send long-range missiles capable of striking nearly 200 miles inside Russian territory
Get Ready for "Ukraine War into the 2030s"
Demanding Russia end its aggressions without the west agreeing to end its own aggressions that led to this conflict is demanding Russia submit to being ruled and dominated by the western empire
Ukrainian president holds crisis talks in Washington amid failure of “spring offensive”
Amid a deepening military crisis triggered by the collapse of Ukraine’s spring offensive, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky spent hours Thursday meeting behind closed doors at the Pentagon, as well as with US President Joe Biden, top Cabinet officials, the US Senate, and leading House lawmakers
The "Biden Phase" of the Ukraine War
Zelensky’s visit to the White House this week comes at a defining moment, as the war in Ukraine has intertwined with the problems of the Korean Peninsula and Taiwan
Zelensky Implies Ukrainian Refugees in Europe Will Resort to Terrorism If West Curtails Aid
He told The Economist it would not be a "good story" for Europe if it were to "drive these people into a corner"
Military junta accuses France of preparing invasion of Niger
A month and a half after a coup toppled the French-backed regime of President Mohamed Bazoum in Niger, tensions are mounting between Paris and the junta
Reality and delusion of India’s ‘great power dream’ from G20 New Delhi Summit
After marathon negotiations, the G20 summit held in New Delhi, India, finally managed to reach a joint declaration on September 10, avoiding the embarrassment of a fruitless summit
Exceptionalism & Its Consequences
Considering the common U.S. reaction to 9/11, we must ask: Can the U.S. do without its exceptionalist consciousness? Or is this consciousness indispensable to America?
G20 Summit concludes with "basic unity amid rising divergences"
Chinese Premier Li calls for solidarity, cooperation; African Union joins the group
No Respite for France as "New Africa" Rises
African states are one-by-one falling outside the shackles of neocolonialism. They are saying “non” to France’s longtime domination of African financial, political, economic and security affairs
The US military recruitment crisis and the struggle against imperialist war
The United States armed forces are facing a deepening recruitment crisis, with far-reaching implications for the struggle against imperialist war
US Pledges Millions Seized from Russian Oligarch in Latest Ukraine Aid Package
Attorney General Merrick Garland promises this will not be the last time Kiev will be provided with “forfeited Russian funds”
Report to G20 summit glosses over problems in global financial system
Sometimes it is hard to know whether statements issued by financial authorities are aimed at fooling themselves, the organisations to which they are being delivered or whether, they consider it best not to say too much in public documents lest this “frightens the horses”
Germany’s war budget
The 2024 German federal budget, which Finance Minister Christian Lindner (Free Democratic Party—FDP) introduced in parliament on Tuesday, is a war budget in two respects
Poland Aims To Create Largest Army in Europe Within Two Years
Warsaw says, “The Polish army must be so powerful that it does not have to fight.”
Western Sanctions on Russia Fracture G20 Ahead of Upcoming Summit
The Biden administration is attempting to isolate Moscow from the rest of the world, but the Kremlin has grown its ties with G20 nations.
Bavarian deputy prime minister kept in office despite neo-Nazi past
For a week now, new details about the right-wing extremist past of Bavarian Deputy State Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Affairs Hubert Aiwanger have been leaking out every day
Germany to acquire hypersonic anti-ballistic missile system—another step towards nuclear war
In mid-August, the Israeli Defence Ministry announced it had received permission from the US to sell the Arrow 3 missile defence system to Germany
Ukraine Says Talks With US on Security Guarantees Have Begun
US' security guarantee consultation "a political gesture to pacify embolden Ukraine"
Zelensky Says Ukraine’s Counteroffensive "Slower Than Desired"
Chinese Immigrants Sue Florida
Russia reportedly capturing Bakhmut helps Moscow gain advantage
Saudis Aren’t Afraid of US Anymore
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Western Leaders Shun African Counterparts on Climate Meeting, Dodge Moral Obligation and Hamper Global Cooperation
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