Perpetual Systematic Violence and Perennial Violence in the Muslim Crescent: Palestinians, Bangladeshis, and Rohingyas
"If you want to see where the main state and human security threats in the future will be, look at the Muslim crescent, not the South China Sea."
“One Holocaust Does NOT Justify Another”: Britain’s National March for Palestine and the World’s Moral Majority
Saturday's march which drew Britons from beyond London – thousands took buses or trains from across the UK – is clear testament to the global consensus moral position among hundreds of millions of people around the world.
Analysis: The situation of Myanmar’s eastern Shan state now under effective control of the resistance’s Three Brother Alliance
While the coup regime plays its old record of "Myanmar's break-up" to scaremonger the public and state-centric international community, and foreign observers sound the alarm of "Balkanization", the resistance movements are building a web of politically autonomous regions, guided by their common vision of post-junta Myanmar as a loose confederation of collaborative ethnic communities.
Watch the the pre-recorded address of HE Tun Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad for Global Solidarity and Rally for Free Palestine on 4th Nov 2023. See video of the full event.
Norman G. Finkelstein received his doctoral degree from the Princeton University Politics Department in 1987. He is the author of many books, including Gaza: An Inquest into Its Martyrdom. In 2020, he was ranked the fifth most influential political scientist in the world for the years 2000-2020.
Israel, today's colonial settler state, has institutionalized a slow genocide against Palestinians, labelling indigenous people as "human animals", "terrorists", and "Nazis" - all for Palestinian land.
The Palestinian Question: Perennial Violence, Liberation Struggle and Israel’s Genocidal Annexation of Palestine
FORSEA Critical Dialogue LIVE: With Professor Mazin Qumsiyeh | 13th October 2023 | 7:30 an London; 9:30 am Jerusalem; 2:30 pm Kuala Lumpur & Singapore; 1:30 pm BKK, Jakarta & Phnon Penh.
Myanmar’s Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement of 2015: A Critical Look at Myanmar Military’s Peace and State Building since 1962
While the country’s largest armed organization – the Tatmadaw as the country’s armed forces is known - did not trigger the initial wave of armed revolts which sprang up following the country’s independence from Britain in 1948, the military’s policies and approaches to legitimate political grievances are most certainly responsible for the subsequent proliferation and prolongation of the armed conflicts.
Borders, Divisions and Mixed Migration: Complexity and Dynamics of Myanmar Migrants’ Lives in Chiang Rai, Thailand
It is not rivers or mountain ranges that divide people’s lives, but rather the system and the societies which fail to recognise migrants as human beings (equally entitled to fundamental human rights as host communities).