London’s fraudulent property market

This article was written by TruePublica editor Graham Vanbergen and first published in The European Financial Review 28th April 2016. Yet another...

29th April 2016 / Editors Picks, United Kingdom

In Israel, an ugly tide sweeps over Palestinians

  By Jonathan Cook: In Israel’s evermore tribal politics, there is no such thing as a “good” Arab – and...

29th April 2016 / Global

The Paris Agreement: have oil companies got the memo?

By neweconomics.org: If you’re the boss of BP, Chevron or Shell, how worried are you right now? 171 governments put pen...

29th April 2016 / Global

Panama, the secret garden of the Colombian oligarchy

This guest blog is written by a political news writer in Colombia, who wishes to remain anonymous.  As everywhere else...

29th April 2016 / Global

False claims and flawed conclusions being used to push GMO crops

By Colin Todhunter - Writing in India’s Deccan Herald newspaper on 26 January 2016, Kalyan Ray places great store in a flawed...

28th April 2016 / United Kingdom

Iraq – US Apocalypse in Mosul in the Guise of Bombing ISIS

By Felicity Arbuthnot - On 1st May 2003, George W. Bush stood in a dinky little flying suit on the...

28th April 2016 / Global

Brazil – Dilma – Don’t Let Go! Open Letter to President Dilma Rousseff

Dear President Rousseff, Please do not let go! Don’t let the corrupt neoliberal right wing with the help – no,...

28th April 2016 / Global

TTIP – current EU GMO rules to be 'disregarded' as EU Commission caves in to US pressure

A joint report conducted by Greenpeace, Corporate Europe Observatory and Gene Watch UK issued a briefing paper last week entitled...

27th April 2016 / Editors Picks, EU

TTIP – current EU GMO rules to be ‘disregarded’ as EU Commission caves in to US pressure

A joint report conducted by Greenpeace, Corporate Europe Observatory and Gene Watch UK issued a briefing paper last week entitled...

27th April 2016 / Editors Picks, EU

Monsanto playing god with farmers

By Colin Todhunter - India's farmers are the targets of structural violence aimed at uprooting indigenous agriculture and replacing it with...

26th April 2016 / Global