In Brazil and in the United States, We Need to Avoid Learning the Wrong Lessons from Right-Wing Attacks
It is necessary to abandon the idea that more policing, more surveillance, and more restrictive protest laws can help us to fight right-wing extremism. It is more likely that such measures will soon be used to fight us by the very political actors whom we are fighting against.
Simoun Magsalin (စီမုန်း မာဂ်စာလင်း) မူရင်းရေးသားပြီး မခြင်္သေ့ ဘာသာပြန်သည်။ မူရင်းဆောင်းပါးကို “လူမုန်းများ” မဂ္ဂဇင်းတွင် ၂၀၂၂ ခုနှစ် မတ်လ ၂၈ ရက်တွင် ထုတ်ပြန်ခဲ့ပြီး မကြာမီတွင် ဇိုင်းအသွင်ကို zines and agitprop section တွင် ဖတ်ရှုနိူင်ပါလိမ့်မည်။
Join host Maung Zarni and guest Eraldo Souza dos Santos for the first of the FORSEA Dialogue on Democratic Struggles Series for 2023.
Political observers and activists need to keep a close eye on the Right’s agenda in the two countries. The world’s largest democracy and the world’s oldest democracy are both in trouble.
Three commentaries by three speakers: Sunita Viswanath, Michimi Muranushi, and Gregory Stanton.
After Mussolini: A Warning Against Future Proto-Fascisms & the Far Right’s Threat to Humanity & the Environment
YouTube Public Discussion: 17 November 2022 (11 am – 3 pm GMT/UK). Noam Chomsky's pre-recorded overview of proto-Fascisms and their threat to organised life on the planet. Format – Roundtable. Join 30 Anti-Fascist scholars, activists & musicians from 15 different countries and 4 continents.
In Bed with Two Genocidal Regimes in the ASEAN Region: The Case of Singapore, the “Switzerland of Southeast Asia”
Running a government is not like running a church, as the 6th President, the late S. R. Nathan, angrily shouted at me some 30 years ago. But running a state should not mean collaborating and profiting from the genocidal regimes in the backyard.
Watch live: FORSEA Dialogue on Democratic Struggles Series with guest James Gomez, PhD., Director of the Asia Center, Southeast Asia.