Judge rules: “An aware and assertive citizenry, in contradistinction with an indifferent or docile citizenry, is indisputably a sign of a healthy and vibrant democracy,” writes Betwa Sharma.
Tag: Greta Thunberg
LETTER FROM INDIA: Crackdown on Rights & Freedoms
Betwa Sharma reports on the evolving authoritarianism of the Modi government in response to the protesting farmers camped out on national highways during a very cold winter.
Study: Earth Warmer Than Any Time in Last 12,000 Years
The findings were released amid mixed moves by the Biden administration on climate policy.
Misogyny, Male Rage & the Words Men Use to Describe Greta Thunberg
Camilla Nelson and Meg Vertigan comment on the stereotypical labels deployed against the young climate activist.
Greta Thunberg & the Consolation of Doubt
Jonathan Cook catalogs the three types of criticism that a section of the progressive left is aiming at a Swedish child who is finally saying what they have been thinking.
The System, Youth and Democracy
When masses of students from all over the world mobilize around a utopia, adults become uncomfortable, writes Roberto Savio.