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Does fighting for peace building in Israel and Palestine still make sense?

  • Armed conflict
  • Human Rights
  • Politics

JERUSALEM - The war in Gaza has been going on for nine months. Ethnic cleansing is taking place not only there, but also in the West Bank. It did not start after October 7, but has been going on for decades, stresses Lemkin Institute for Genocide Prevention, among others. 

Bye-bye, Blue Helmets!

  • Armed conflict
  • Human Rights
  • Politics

GOMA - Blue Helmets' retreat from Congo ushers in new chapter. 'Must we die in the graveyard of the international community?'

Hard power, Soft Counterpower: Belarus and Russia in Exile

  • Corruption
  • Politics

MINSK/MOSCOW - Four years after the protests, a totalitarian big brother state emerged in Belarus, while Belarusians are building democratic Belarus in Vilnius. Is this a model for democrats in countries where the space for democratic action is non-existent: rebuilding the pillars of democracy in a neighbouring country that provides the space to do so?

30 years of Zapatista Revolution

  • Armed conflict
  • Human Rights
  • Politics

MEXICO-CITY - Like in India or the United States, Mexicans will elect a new head of state in 2024. That must spend the next six years dealing with the dubious legacy of Andrés Manuel López Obrador. 'Whoever comes to power, the oppression of indigenous peoples will continue unabated.'

Danube Deceptions: Tracking Russian Disinformation in Austria

  • Data Journalism
  • Politics

VIENNA - Austria: the land of towering mountains, muscle-bound movie stars like Arnold Schwarzenegger  and - let's not forget - the world's unrivalled apple strudels.

Zofia Ciołek

The True Story of Petr Bystron

  • Exploitation
  • Politics

GERMANY - For years, the German right-wing politician Petr Bystron was known for his networking among right-wing movements and parties in Europe and beyond.

Metropolico.org / Wikimedia Commons (CC BY SA 2.0)

Marching in the Dark

  • Healthcare
  • Agriculture
  • Politics

BHOPAL - Rural regions in India suffer a high suicide rate among farmers

The Black Sea in Peril: The Echoes of War Ripple Beyond Borders

  • Armed conflict
  • Environment
  • Politics

NOVA KAKHOVKA – In June 2023 the Russian military targeted Ukraine's Nova Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant, triggering an ecocide that strained the ecological resilience of the region. The polluted water added to the Black Sea's ongoing environmental degradation because of negligence and weak policies in the region.

Black sea war damage

The Netherlands and Belgium not aligned in fight against drugs

  • Industry
  • Justice
  • Politics

The ports of Antwerp and Rotterdam are the main European gateway for cocaine. Publicly, the Netherlands and Belgium proclaim their united commitment to breaking the backbone of the drug trade. But behind the scenes, differences in political culture are at play, and resentment and gloom reign.

The Non-voter Time Bomb

  • Politics
  • Social affairs

LISBOA - The non-voter time bomb is a data-driven journalism feature that profiles voter abstention across the European Union (EU) over the last 50 years and analyses it according to different demographic and socioeconomic indicators for each of the 27 member states.

Divergente