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Monday, September 14, 2015

Saudi-Led Coalition Pours Troops Into Yemen

CC News Letter 14 Sep - Saudi-Led Coalition Pours Troops Into Yemen

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Saudi-Led Coalition Pours Troops Into Yemen
By Patrick Martin

The Saudi-led coalition which has invaded Yemen over the past two months is now poised to make a direct assault on the country's capital city, Sanaa, according to press reports Sunday. An estimated 12,000 troops launched an offensive in Marib province, directly east of the capital

Garrisoning The Globe
By David Vine

How U.S. Military Bases Abroad Undermine National Security and Harm Us All

US, Australia, Canada, Apartheid Israel & 4 Pacific Island States
Opposed Palestine Flag At UN But 119 Nations Voted Yes
By Dr Gideon Polya

The US, Apartheid Israel and 6 US lackey states - Australia, Canada, Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Palau, and Tuvalu – invite comprehensive global Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) against their citizens, institutions, goods and services by voting against a UN General Assembly motion, passed with 119 in favour and 45 abstentions, allowing for the raising of the State of Palestine flag at the UN Headquarters and offices

Journalists Kicking Refugees: It's Not Just Physical
By Christian Christensen

When images of Hungarian TV photographer Petra László kicking and tripping Syrian refugees—including Osama Abdul Muhsen and his 7-year-old son, Zaid—began to flow across our computer screens, my thoughts went back to Alan Kurdi. If the picture of Alan reminded us of our collective responsibility, what did the picture of Laszlo humiliating desperate Syrians tell us?

Book Review of "Green Economics" by Robin Hahnel
By Raghav Kaushik

"Green Economics" is a book by an avowed market abolitionist that unabashedly proposes an approach to addressing climate change within the market framework. To be sure, being a market abolitionist, Hahnel holds back no punches in recognizing the well-known problem with free markets

The Ambiguity: The Case Of Democracy
By Farooque Chowdhury

The Great Financial Crisis, the Occupy Wall Street rising, Wikileaks and Snowden exposure, imperialist interventions in Iraq-Libya-Syria, the economic-political developments in Greece, and the on-going string of revelations in the US politics take away all ambiguities related to democracy, development and state. With broad and fundamental connections and character the incidents and processes – parts of democracy and development – being witnessed by the contemporary world are significant with far-reaching implications, and helpful to comprehend issues of democracy, development and state

Abuse And Death Threat To John Dayal: Is Democracy Dying In India?
By All India Secular Forum

The threats of abuse and death to Dr. John Dayal are one more disturbing events in recent times. He received phone calls, which are abusive and threatening. #ShameOnJohnDayal was trending on twitter in India on 13th September and worst type of abuses have been tweeted and his personal details where revealed on Twitter
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