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Why Europe is not yet ‘A Culture of Peace’

Richard Falk MWC News It is undoubtedly true that the greatest unacknowledged achievement of the European Union (EU) is to establish ‘a culture of peace’ within its regional enclosure for the 68 years since 1944. This has meant not only … Continue reading

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In Mexico, a universal struggle against power and forgetting

Source: John Pilger Alameda Park is Mexico City’s languid space for lovers and open-air ballroom dancers: the gents in two-tone shoes, the ladies in finery and heels. The cobbled paths undulate from the great earthquake of 1985. You imagine the … Continue reading

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