CORONAVIRUS will likely kill tens of thousands around the world, decimate economies and change humanity forever. Continue reading Coronavirus response shows the need for strong, progressive governments
JULIAN Assange is still fighting his extradition to the United States – and the outcome of his case could set a precedent for press freedom going forward, a leading campaigner claimed. Continue reading Exclusive: Why Julian Assange’s extradition case could decide the future of press freedom
INDIA’S Muslims are hurting. Modi’s re-election last year left many in fear that it was only a matter of time before they were at the receiving end of quasi-fascistic policies. Continue reading “Hindutuva mobs are beating unarmed men” – how Modi-inspired fascism is terrorising Delhi’s Muslims
THE LABOUR leadership election appears to be never-ending – but now that ballots have dropped, Redaction Politics has a duty to endorse a candidate. Continue reading Who does Redaction Politics back for Labour Leader?
CHILE could return to a radical political environment not seen since the days of Salvador Allende, a leading academic and campaigner told Redaction Politics. Continue reading Exclusive: Why Chile could soon return to the ‘Allende’ days of socialism
For too long, Democrats promising pacificism have caved to the hawks in Congress. Bernie’s certainly not perfect, but he represents the best chance of a progressive foreign policy. Continue reading Democratic Establishment fears any hint of anti-imperialism
THE Labour Leadership contest still has over two months to go, but the candidates have hardly been quizzed on foreign policy. Continue reading Redaction Politics Podcast: Labour Leadership Special – How do the candidates measure up on foreign policy?