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Kyrgyzstan Seeks a Restart of Uranium Mining, And a Russian-Built Nuclear Plant

Kyrgyz President Sadyr Japarov is seeking to end the country’s ban on uranium mining citing the economic benefits, but activists have environmental concerns.
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Abkhazia’s Top Art Gallery Destroyed by Fire

Priceless canvasses with Yoko Ono links were among many irreplaceable artworks lost in a tragic conflagration that destroyed the most important gallery of Abkhazia.

24 January 2024

Mark Elliott

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Abkhazia OKs Handing State Resort Over To Russia, Triggering Protests

The de facto leader of Abkhazia has transferred a Black Sea resort to Russia, causing mass protests in the region and condemnation from Georgia.

27 December 2023
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How Capitalism Further Enforces the Slavery and Oppression of Uyghurs in Xinjiang

As Uyghurs in China face persecution and those who were able to flee and speak up about their experience receive indirect threats from the Chinese government’s mouthpieces, the questions remain the same. How did we get here? Why is nobody doing anything to stop it?

17 November 2023

Leila Mekhdi

Regions

Abkhazia’s Top Art Gallery Destroyed by Fire

Priceless canvasses with Yoko Ono links were among many irreplaceable artworks lost in a tragic conflagration that destroyed the most important gallery of Abkhazia.

24 January 2024

Mark Elliott

Regions

Abkhazia OKs Handing State Resort Over To Russia, Triggering Protests

The de facto leader of Abkhazia has transferred a Black Sea resort to Russia, causing mass protests in the region and condemnation from Georgia.

27 December 2023
Regions

How Capitalism Further Enforces the Slavery and Oppression of Uyghurs in Xinjiang

As Uyghurs in China face persecution and those who were able to flee and speak up about their experience receive indirect threats from the Chinese government’s mouthpieces, the questions remain the same. How did we get here? Why is nobody doing anything to stop it?

17 November 2023

Leila Mekhdi

Regions

Abkhazia’s Top Art Gallery Destroyed by Fire

Priceless canvasses with Yoko Ono links were among many irreplaceable artworks lost in a tragic conflagration that destroyed the most important gallery of Abkhazia.

24 January 2024

Mark Elliott

Regions

Abkhazia OKs Handing State Resort Over To Russia, Triggering Protests

The de facto leader of Abkhazia has transferred a Black Sea resort to Russia, causing mass protests in the region and condemnation from Georgia.

27 December 2023
Regions

How Capitalism Further Enforces the Slavery and Oppression of Uyghurs in Xinjiang

As Uyghurs in China face persecution and those who were able to flee and speak up about their experience receive indirect threats from the Chinese government’s mouthpieces, the questions remain the same. How did we get here? Why is nobody doing anything to stop it?

17 November 2023

Leila Mekhdi