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Stopping the Slide : Democracy and Human Rights Decline under Duterte

Joseph Purugganan 17/05/19

From his pulpit at the State of the Nation Address (SONA) in Congress, Duterte once again rebuked human rights activists and their criticism against his violent war on drugs, by saying “your concern is human rights, mine is human lives.” As (...)

Greenpeace India may be forced to halve staff, operations amid government (...)

Tushar Dhara 31/01/19

Greenpeace India, the environmental non-governmental organisation, will scale back its operations and staff in the country by nearly 50 percent in the near future. This comes months after the Enforcement Directorate’s decision to freeze its (...)

Are Indonesia and Malaysia Ready to Stand up for China’s Muslims (...)

Nithin Coca 30/01/19

The two Southeast Asian states might be the best hope for pressure from the Islamic world. By now, the scale of the crisis is clear. There are up to 3 million Turkic Muslims – primarily Uyghurs but also ethnic Kazakhs and Kyrgyz – in a vast (...)

La fragmentation du genre dans l’Irak post-invasion

Didier Epsztajn, Zahra Ali 26/11/18

Recension de Didier Epsztajn à propos de l’article de Zahra Ali consacré à la « fragmentation du genre dans l’Irak post-invasion », dans la revue Nouvelles questions féministes, consacrée aux Solidarités familiales ?. Loin du campisme (l’ennemi de mon (...)

Le retour des valeurs - Éléments pour une critique des droites (pas si) (...)


Alors que l’élection de Jair Bolsonaro au Brésil consigne une nouvelle victoire du populisme dans les arènes démocratiques, une analyse des mouvements de fond qui mène les grands États aux portes du fascisme s’impose. Nous publions ici la traduction (...)

Ouïgours. « Un système de détention préventive » des musulmans chinois

Jean Michel Morel 17/10/18

Rebiya Kadeer est née au cœur du Xinjiang. Elle a 71 ans. En 1995, alors qu’elle conduit une brillante carrière d’entrepreneure, le gouvernement chinois l’envoie comme déléguée à la Quatrième conférence mondiale sur les femmes des Nations unies qui se (...)

Jokowi’s authoritarian turn

Tom Power 16/10/18

Several insightful analyses of Joko Widodo’s approach to the presidency have been advanced since he took office. For the most part, these have focused on his overriding preoccupation with domestic economic development, and his lack of a clear (...)

Indefendible : Idlib y la izquierda

Leila Al-Shami 27/09/18

El sábado se intensificaron los ataques aéreos del régimen y de los rusos sobre Idlib, en lo que parece ser el preludio de la campaña largamente esperada para recuperar el control de la provincia. Solo un día antes, miles de hombres, mujeres y niños (...)

Myanmar : On the Wrong Side of the Law, but On the Right Side of (...)

Kyaw Zwa Moe 05/09/18

Myanmar’s media community was hit by a powerful blow this morning. Its professionals feel sad, disappointed and under siege. Today’s events have also damaged the image of the country and the integrity of the government. On Monday morning, two (...)

Duterte 2 Years on : Destructive, Divisive, and Despotic


When Rodrigo Duterte won the presidency in 2016, some even among the left toyed early on with the idea that a “maverick” president could just be what the country needed to stir things up, and jolt us from almost 30 years of elite-dominated rule. (...)

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