Stephen Lendman, Courtesy: Steve Lendman Blog, January 7, 2013
Dror Moreh is one of Israel's leading cinematographers. Last October, his documentary featuring candid dialogues with former Shin Bet heads debuted in New York.
AIDWA, January 7, 2013
Dear Justice Verma and other members of the Committee,
D. Raghunandan, Newsclick, January 7, 2012
India has a reputation for announcing policies that are poorly conceived, insufficiently thought through and badly implemented, and which later run into huge problems causing losses to both stakeholders and the public, often leaving both the policy itself and the targeted sector in shambles.
Smita Gupta, Newsclick, January 4, 2013
The young woman who suffered the brutal gang rape and assault on her life in the country’s capital city is no more.
Prabir Purkayastha / NewsClick / December 27, 2012
The recent World Conference on International Telecommunications – WCIT 12 – in Dubai on revising the International Telecommunications Regulations (ITR's) ended quite acrimoniously, with 89 countries signing the new ITR's while the US, Canada, EU and Japan walking out.
Israeli Occupation Archive / Jonathan Cook / December 24, 2012
Israel’s large Palestinian minority is often spoken of in terms of the threat it poses to the Jewish majority. Palestinian citizens’ reproductive rate constitutes a “demographic timebomb”, while their main political programme – Israel’s reform into “a state of all its citizens” – is proof for most Israeli Jews that their compatriots are really a “fifth column”.
But who would imagine that Israeli Jews could be so intimidated by the innocuous Christmas tree?
Vijay Prashad / Jadaliyya / December 25, 2012
On December 20, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights’ independent commission of inquiry on Syria released its periodic update.
Bill Conroy / The Narcosphere / December 1, 2012
Big Lenders Face Few Hard Consequences for Violating Anti-Money Laundering Laws
Vijay Prashad / CounterPunch / December 20, 2012
T Jayaraman / NewsClick / December 20, 2012
As the 18th annual meeting of the Conference of Parties (COP18) of the UNFCCC drew to a close at Doha, with the predictable late-night flurry of neg
otiations and the extension of the meeting beyond its scheduled duration, there was little cheer within the conference as well as outside in the