The war in Ukraine has simultaneously forced to the surface and upended the memory of a history that had fallen into oblivion. The past, we see once more,
Source: Rehearsal for Genocide | Magda Teter | The New York Review of Books
Egyptian political prisoner Alaa Abd El-Fattah, voice of the Arab Spring revolutions, began a hunger strike on April 2.
Source: Abd El-Fattah Is a Political Prisoner in Egypt. US Aid Is Funding His Jailers.
Orbán’s speeches this week raise the question: Is he teaching the American GOP through his example, or is the GOP teaching him through their “replacement theory” and new laws banning books.
Source: Opinion | Trump-Loving Americans Drinking Deep From Orban’s Fascist Well | Thom Hartmann
The bombing of Guernica on this day in 1937 wasn’t just part of the Spanish Civil War but a show of Nazi Germany’s military might. When antifascist journalist George Steer uncovered Germany’s responsibility, it prepared the world for the terror that followed.
Source: Guernica Was a Dress Rehearsal for the Nazi War That Followed
Reflections on the complicit role of the Russian Orthodox Church in Putin’s brutal rule in Russia itself — and beyond Russia’s borders.
Source: Putin and Mussolini: Brothers in Spirit – The Globalist
When Russia invaded Ukraine, its leader was immediately labeled “fascist” by Ukrainians and others. A political scientist explains why that label fits.
Source: Yes, Putin and Russia are fascist – a political scientist shows how they meet the textbook definition