The justified criticisms of Mugabe’s human rights abuses seldom recount the atrocities perpetrated by white rule in Zimbabwe, writes Craig Murray.
Israel’s Involvement in Libya’s Civil War
For several reasons, Israel has joined various Arab powers to back a strongman in Libya, explains Giorgio Cafiero.
Brexit’s Imperial Nostalgia
Anis Chowdhuryand Jomo Kwame Sundaram confront the notion that British rule helped “develop” the empire.
Billions of Swedish Krona Supported Anti-Apartheid Struggle
Birgitta Karlström Dorph was on a secret mission in South Africa between 1982 and 1988, writes Ida Karlsson.
Africa’s Sovereignty Over Food
Local food and seed systems must be rebuilt for Africans, write Mariam Mayet, Stephen Greenberg and Linzi Lewis.
Return International Women’s Day to its Radical Roots
This is no time for moderate calls for equality and balance, write Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah and Ana Inés Abelenda.
Agribusiness Is the Problem, Not the Solution
Current policies often favor large farms at the expense of small growers who produce most of the world’s food, writes Jomo Kwame Sundaram.
Taking Away the Ladder
Industrialized countries advanced by means that have been impermissible to the developing world, write Anis Chowdhury and Jomo Kwame Sundaram.
Bases, Bases, Everywhere … Except in the Pentagon’s Report
These installations exist somewhere between light and shadow, writes Nick Turse. While acknowledged as foreign military outposts, they are excluded from the official inventory.
Liberté, Égalité, Impérialisme! Vive la France in Black Africa!
“Hotel Rwanda” is a touchstone of interventionist ideology, writes Ann Garrison. Debunking that script helps show why the closure of the assassination case against Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame serves Western interests.