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‘The Lebanese People are Petrified.’ Do Their Leaders Have the ‘Courage’ to Make the Right Decisions?

  • Celebrity Protesters and Extinction Rebellion

  • Women’s Rights Reforms in Saudi Arabia under Mohammed bin Salman

  • Maritime Dispute as a Diversionary Tactic from Internal Revolt in Somalia.

  • Why the U.S. Diamond Ban against Zimbabwe Makes No Sense

  • The Decent Protester: A Down Under Creation

  • Piggish Problems: African Swine Fever Does Its Worst

  • Marsha Lazareva’s Legal Saga in Kuwait has High International Stakes

  • Africa News, Truth or Trope?

  • Upcoming Elections in Argentina: What to Expect in the Aftermath?

  • Maduro is Isolating Venezuela from Economic Prosperity

  • Costa Rica Bids for the Human Rights Council

  • Perfect Storm in Ecuador: A Brief Glance at the Reasons Behind the Crisis

  • Blame Jakarta’s Lack of Enforcement for Indonesia’s Devastating Forest Fires

  • Communication Blackout in Kashmir is a Human Rights Issue

  • Kurds Targeted in Turkish Attack Include Thousands of Female Fighters who Battled Islamic State

  • A Coalition of Support: Parliamentarians for Julian Assange

  • Turkish Attack on Syria Endangers a Remarkable Democratic Experiment by the Kurds

  • New Russia-Venezuela Cooperation Deal Opens Door to Putin’s Cronies.