26 July 2020 — Consortium News
Through the lenses of economics, politics, law and history, an examination of the case of Julian Assange and lessons learned from the Tolpuddle ‘martyrs’.
July 26 1pm BST – 10pm AEST – 8am EDT
27 July 2020 — Black Agenda Report
The Covid-19-sparkd global economic depression is “a singular event in the history of world capitalism,” said Duboisian scholar Anthony Monteiro. “It might be the crisis that so disabled the world capitalist system that it will never be the same.” What’s different from previous crises is, this time, “there is no capitalist nation that can save capitalism the way the US did after World War Two,” said Monteiro. “This is like a crisis unto death.”
27 July 2020 — American Herald Tribune
No nation that possesses nuclear arsenals or those aspiring to nuclear technology for peaceful purposes has been subjected to the kinds of rigorous inspection and verification regimes — some bordering on humiliation and hijacking the country’s sovereignty — than Iran.
27 July 2020 — Sustainable Pulse