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Opinion: “Assange Extradition Denial Indicts US Prison System But Imperils Journalism”

January 6, 2021 • Marjorie Cohn
Julian Assange’s legal victory this week was bittersweet. In a stunning decision, British judge Vanessa Baraitser denied Donald Trump’s request for extradition of Assange to the United States, ruling that he was at high risk of suicide if he were extra …

Opinion: “Civil Rights Groups Fight Back Against Georgia’s Voter Purges”

December 30, 2020 • Marjorie Cohn
The importance of the January 5 Senate runoff elections in Georgia cannot be overestimated. They will determine which party controls the Senate, with vast ramifications for economic policy, climate change, workers’ rights, immigrants’ rights, judicial …

Opinion: “Canada Refuses to Cower Down; Takes Hard Stand Against China Over Human Rights Abuses”

December 30, 2020 • Dr. Yang Jianli
It began with the arrest of Huawei official over the charges of spying, the relationship between Canada and China has seen downfall since then. And Beijing’s impudence while responding to the world’s concerns over Covid-19 outbreak, erosion of Hong Kon …

Opinion: “After Trump Blocked UN Inquiry of Racist Violence, NGOs Are Conducting Their Own”

December 26, 2020 • Marjorie Cohn
Truthout Shortly after the public lynching of George Floyd, the U.S. Human Rights Network and the ACLU organized an international coalition of more than 600 organizations and individuals to urge the United Nations Human Rights Council to convene a comm …

Opinion: “The Impact of Australian Migration on Low Wage Growth”

December 22, 2020 • Christian Brown
Karl Marx Alienation Theory suggests Coalition Government policy amendments to migration policy and Temporary Work Visas, are proposedly designed to alienate migrants, limit wage growth and create inequality Alienation Theory – where the authorities of …

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