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Greek flag. Issue #2075

Greek election results

The regional elections in Greece were held over two rounds on the 8th and 15th of October. On the results of the first round Dimitris...

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French President Macron Issue #2104

The French election and the Popular Front

French President Macron, in calling an early election was hoping to head off an imminent threat from the far-right National Rally (RN) party of Marie...

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Global briefs Issue #2103

GLOBAL BRIEFS

China: The unmanned Chang’e-6 probe successfully landed on the dark side of the Moon for the world’s first mission to collect samples from that region....

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Keir Starmer Issue #2101

Starmer is a socialist but …

There are more countries in the world than the UK, the USA, and Australia, and yet we can’t help noticing parallels between the UK and...

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Global briefs Issue #2089

GLOBAL BRIEFS

SOUTH AFRICA: South African ruling party the African National Congress (ANC) has launched its election manifesto. The 29 May elections will be crucial for the...

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Global briefs Issue #2087

GLOBAL BRIEFS

RUSSIA: Central Election Commission has announced the four candidates who will be contesting the position of the President of Russia in the March presidential elections....

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Global briefs Issue #2085

GLOBAL BRIEFS

UGANDA: Uganda has disowned in the International Court of a judge from Uganda over the Israel genocide trial. “Justice Sebutinde’s ruling at the International Court...

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Global briefs Issue #2099

GLOBAL BRIEFS

UK: Communist Party general secretary Robert Griffiths has welcomed the results of local elections which “landed a red card to the Tories and a warning...

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Queensland Rail TRANSLink Electric train. Issue #2102

Queensland’s 50c fares stunt

As far as election season political stunts go, Queensland Premier Steven Mile’s reduction of public transport fares to 50c is not bad. The question now...

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Global briefs Issue #2093

GLOBAL BRIEFS

MIDDLE EAST: Members of Yemen’s Houthi movement have attacked a total of 86 vessels in the Red Sea, the Arab Sea and the Indian Ocean...

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Global briefs Issue #2096

GLOBAL BRIEFS

MALDIVES: Almost 284,000 people were eligible to vote in Maldives’ parliamentary elections last Sunday. The island country consists of nearly 2,000 coral islands across 800 km...

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Global briefs Issue #2075

GLOBAL BRIEFS

MALAYSIA: Thousands of people gathered near Malaysia’s National Mosque in Kuala Lumpur carrying Palestinian flags and chanting ‘Free Palestine.’ Strict security measures were in place,...

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Taiwan in China's flag. Issue #2084

Taiwan elections: butter before guns

The level of excitement from the USA, Australia and the shrinking clutch of anti-China states about the Taiwanese election is perturbing but hardly surprising. The...

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Global briefs Issue #2082

GLOBAL BRIEFS

MALI: Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger have endorsed plans to create a federation, following a two-day meeting in Bamako, Mali’s capital. The decision was announced...

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Tuvalu: reclaimed land. Issue #2090

Tuvalu, elections and climate catastrophe

On 26 January, the people of Tuvalu went to the polls. On 26 February, the election of a new Prime Minister, Feleti Teo, was announced....

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Global briefs Issue #2076

GLOBAL BRIEFS

ARGENTINA: Argentina’s Economy Minister Segio Massa and the leader of the far-right Liberty Advances party, Javier Milei have advanced to the 2nd round of the...

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Global briefs Issue #2081

GLOBAL BRIEFS

NETHERLANDS: Populist right-wing politician Geert Wilders and his Freedom Party (PVV) claimed victory in the Dutch general elections. The result was described as ‘shocking’ and...

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