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Amazon fire Amazon fires, Bolsonaro’s white nationalism and crony capitalism

The Right only denies global warming because its climate ‘science’ has ceded before capitalists.

Indus Valley How did agriculture begin in South Asia?

Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about two recently published papers on the history of agriculture in South Asia and the various migrations that brought people to the Indian subcontinent.

Amazon forest fire Who will stop the Amazon from burning?

As the Amazon rainforests continue to burn, NewsClick editor-in-chief Prabir Purkayastha talks about the kind of global responses the fires have received

Jawad Zarif- Iran Iranian foreign minister meets European diplomats at the G7 meeting

The meeting between Javad Zarif and the European diplomats was the result of French president, Emmanuel Macron’s attempts to salvage the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or the ‘Iran nuclear deal’.

G7 Protests Massive protests denounce the 45th G7 Summit in France

The protesters called for urgent attention to climate change, the refugee crisis in the Mediterranean, the Israeli aggression on Palestinians, and the forest fires in the Amazon.

unsc-meeting China and Russia call for UNSC meeting over US missile test, provocative statements

China and Russia argued that the missile test conducted by the US and the statements by the officials that followed need to be discussed as “threats to international peace and security”.

Hybrid wars are destroying democracies, historian Vijay Prashad says

The Indian researcher also spoke with Brasil de Fato about BRICS, fascism, and working-class organization

The year in review: a look at our coverage

Where do we fight? Why will we win? Here’s a look at the struggles that define the world

One year of Peoples Dispatch_International Media on Working Class Movements A year in the life of Peoples Dispatch

Our struggles are uplifted by the banners and slogans of those who fight across continents

With the arms trade, profit trumps human suffering

The US and UK continue to supply arms and ammunition to the Saudi led grouping responsible for the death of tens of thousands of innocent civilians and the destruction of Yemen

Battling corporate concentration in agriculture Battling corporate concentration in agriculture

A recent two-day symposium examined key issues in Indian agriculture today, including increasing corporate control over different aspects of the sector, land grabs and the use of different trade agreements to capture and rig markets in the global south.

Pride is political Pride is Political: 50 years since Stonewall

Now, 50 years later, pride marchers are returning to the roots of the movement and raising political issues and matters of oppression of the community.

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