Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Other casualties of Putin’s war in Ukraine: Russia’s climate goals and science

Environmental concerns are at risk of being laid aside during wartime.

The Ukraine war’s collateral damage

Is the health of an overheating world at stake?

Russia, NATO, and the future of neutrality

Neither the formerly non-aligned of Europe nor the currently non-aligned of the Global South are interested in furthering Vladimir Putin’s imperial ambitions.

Ukraine

The significance of Ukraine’s struggle certainly doesn’t lie in educating Americans, but perhaps it is finally making us reckon with the costs of war, as we’ve needed to do for so long.

How media reports of ‘Clashes’ mislead Americans about Israeli-Palestinian violence

Accurate language in the reporting of Israeli-Palestinian violence is not only a concern for journalists’ credibility – it would also provide U.S. news consumers with a deeper understanding of the conditions on the ground and the deadly consequences.

The war in Ukraine, diplomacy and the progressive left

Solidarity across borders could allow us to work together to find solutions to the problems we face in common like hunger in our own countries and the global south and the existential risk of climate change.

No victory day

Dealing with stalemates between Russia and Ukraine, environmentalists and climate change, and COVID and humanity.

The US nuked two cities in WWII and has threatened to use them often...

The threats have indeed been made, and they could potentially be more than bluffs.  

US double standard: Russia sanctioned for Ukraine occupation, but 4,000 new Israeli invaders of...

Washington is attempting to reshape the entire world so as to get Putin back out of Ukraine, and we see exactly what it looks like when an illegal Occupation is genuinely unacceptable to the White House.

The last good guys?

Why in this century has America, the “leader of the free world” (as we used to say in the days of the first Cold War), also become the leader in promoting global warfare?