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  1. Argentine Soldiers Who Died in the Malvinas/Falkland Islands Rest in Peace

    Thursday, January 04, 2018

  2. Uncertainty Surrounds Renegotiation of NAFTA and Its Consequences for Mexico

    Wednesday, January 03, 2018

    MEXICO CITY, Jan 03 (IPS) - The first few months of 2018 will be key to defining the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), whose renegotiation due to the insistence of U.S. President Donald Trump has Mexico on edge because of the potential economic and social consequences.

  3. Religion: Between ‘Power’ and ‘Force’

    Wednesday, January 03, 2018

    UNITED NATIONS, Jan 03 (IPS) - In 1994, Dr. David R. Hawkins wrote a book positing the difference between power and force (Power vs. Force: The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior - the latest revised version came out in 2014).

  4. Moralist Upsurge in Brazil Revives Censorship of the Arts

    Tuesday, January 02, 2018

    RIO DE JANEIRO, Jan 02 (IPS) - It is not yet an official policy because censorship is not openly accepted by the current authorities, but de facto vetoes on artistic expressions are increasing due to moralistic pressures in Brazil.

  5. Central America Hashes Out Agenda for Sustainable Use of Water

    Thursday, December 21, 2017

    SAN SALVADOR, Dec 21 (IPS) - The countries of Central America are striving to define a plan to promote the sustainable use of water, a crucial need in a region that is already suffering the impacts of climate change.

  6. Using Data to Combat Prejudice Against Immigrants

    Saturday, December 16, 2017

    BUENOS AIRES, Dec 16 (IPS) - What are the contributions of migrants to trade, to the economy of their countries of destination and origin? This is an angle that is generally ignored in the international debate on the subject, which usually focuses more on issues such as the incidence of foreigners in crime or unemployment.

  7. Civil Society Meeting Calls for Solidarity, Radical Change to Deal with Global Crises

    Friday, December 15, 2017

    SUVA, Fiji, Dec 15 (IPS) - Our strategies have failed us. We can no longer respond to the crises facing us in the same way. We have to be more radical, more creative — together — to build the future we want.

    This was one of the resounding messages to emerge from a key global gathering of more than 700 leading thinkers, influencers and doers from more than 100 countries in Suva, Fiji in early December.

  8. Civil Society Activists Speak Out-- Despite Threats

    Friday, December 15, 2017

    SUVA, Fiji, Dec 15 (IPS) - They are young, smart and willing to take the rough road. Victor, Jubilanté and Khaled are independent fighters who speak out with a force that could possibly change the appearances of their countries, and beyond.

  9. Shedding Diplomacy, Roberto Savio Speaks about Fear as a Tool to Gain Power

    Thursday, December 14, 2017

    ROME, Dec 14 (IPS) - At the outset my thanks to Dr Hanif Hassan Ali Al Kassim, and Ambassador Idriss Jazairy who lead the Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue for organizing this panel discussion at a critical moment in history. The Centre, is one of the few actors for peace and cooperation between the Arab world and Europe. As a representative of global civil society, I think it will be more meaningful if I speak without the constraints of diplomacy, and I make frank and unfettered reflections.

  10. A Voice of Inspiration

    Wednesday, December 13, 2017

    SUVA, Fiji, Dec 13 (IPS) - More than 700 activists gathered in Suva, Fiji's capital, to explore the latest trends – from climate change to human rights, from innovation to social justice. Anything that can help empower and mobilise citizens. The lively debates in panel discussions, workshops and lectures made the event look like a carnival of creative new ideas and tested knowledge.

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