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Latest Works by Vijay Prashad - June 15, 2018

Submitted by admin on Fri, 06/15/2018 - 08:36

 

Yesterday, Shujaat Bukhari was shot dead in Srinagar’s Press Enclave in Lal Chowk.
Shujaat Bukhari was shot dead in Srinagar’s Press Enclave in Lal Chowk. (Photo: SNS)

 

THE SIXTEENTH NEWSLETTER (2018): LIVES TAKEN, LIVES LIVED
https://www.thetricontinental.org/newsletterissue/the-sixteenth-newsletter-2018-lives-taken-lives-lived/

India’s People Stand With Palestine - Newsclick
https://newsclick.in/indias-people-stand-palestine

North Korea Has the Upper Hand in Negotiations with Trump -Alternet
https://www.alternet.org/world/north-korea-has-upper-hand-negotiations-trump

 

 

Latest Works by Vijay Prashad - June 1, 2018

Submitted by admin on Fri, 06/01/2018 - 19:41

 

Danny Glover joins free Lula occupiers in Brazil - Photo Ricardo Stuckert
Danny Glover joins free Lula occupiers in Brazil - Photo Ricardo Stuckert

 

Brazil on Strike: Truckers and Oil Workers Refuse to Cooperate - Newsclick
https://newsclick.in/brazil-strike-truckers-and-oil-workers-refuse-cooperate

Dossier 5: Lula and The Battle for Democracy - Tricontinental
https://www.thetricontinental.org/lula-and-the-battle-for-democracy/

Imperialism Has a Terrible Week As Trump Bungles Iran and North Korea - Alternet
https://www.alternet.org/world/imperialisms-had-bad-week-trump-bungles-iran-north-korea

Trump Hits “Allies” with Stiff Tariffs: The Politics Behind a Trade

Latest Works by Vijay Prashad - March 30, 2018

Submitted by admin on Fri, 03/30/2018 - 19:18
Prashad at the site in Sao Paulo of the assassination of Carlos Marighella (1911-1969)
Prashad at the site in São Paulo of the assassination of Carlos Marighella (1911-1969)

 

 

Leftist Caravan in Brazil Threatens Its Ruling Billionaire Class - Alternet
https://www.alternet.org/world/lula-caravan-brazil-populism

Trump and his tariffs - Frontline
http://www.frontline.in/world-affairs/trump-and-his-tariffs/article10105878.ece

Will Europe Put New Sanctions on Iran to Placate the United States? - Newsclick
https://newsclick.in/will-europe-put-new-sanctions-iran-placate-united-states

Working Document 1: In the Ruins of the Present - Tricontinental recommended
https://www

Latest Works by Vijay Prashad - March 13, 2018

Submitted by admin on Tue, 03/13/2018 - 05:02

 

 

North Korea: We Could Finally See an Historic Agreement - Alternet

https://www.alternet.org/news-amp-politics/breakthrough-talks-north-korea

 

America Bends to Reality on the Standoff on North Korea - Newsclick

https://newsclick.in/america-bends-reality-standoff-north-korea

 

Dossier #1: Crisis in the Korean Peninsula - Tricontinental

https://www.thetricontinental.org/dossier/

 

The Left Loses an Election in Tripura, but it Has Not Been Defeated - Leftword

http://mayday.leftword.com/blog/the-left-loses-an-election-in-tripura-but-it-has-not-been-defeated/

 

Strongmen Trump

Tricontinental Is On Social Media!
Tricontinental: Institute of Social Research
admin Fri, 02/16/2018 - 15:39

 

 

Dear Friends,

We are within sight of launching Tricontinental: Institute of Social Research, with offices in Buenos Aires, Johannesburg, New Delhi and Sao Paulo. On March 1, we'll have our website alive and ready to go. For now, we have our social media pages - at Facebook and on Twitter - alive and well. Please follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. Also, visit our website to sign up for our materials (there is a silly little video there as well). As I mentioned earlier, this newsletter will slowly transition to become the weekly newsletter from the Tricontinental. It will have

Focus on Zambia, Where Hunger Exists Besides Copper Wealth

Submitted by admin on Sat, 02/03/2018 - 02:36
Chellah Tukuta Rancen
Photo Chellah Tukuta Rancen

 

 

Dear Friends,

Greetings from Johannesburg.

Zambia is a country that is not often in the news. But it should be. It is a major source of copper for the world. Indeed, its copper is sluiced out by major multinational corporations based in Canada, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and China. What is extraordinary is that the children that grow up on the land above the copper mines suffer from an illiteracy rate of 60%. That is shameful. There needs to be scrutiny on these multinational corporations that have made it their business to drain the wealth out of Africa