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The elephant in Paris – the military and greenhouse gas emissions

In the aftermath of the terrible killings in Paris, military responses are again taking central stage, writes Nick Buxton.

Filed in: Climate Change France Military

Paris attacks – the Saudi connection

To tackle Islamic State’s terrorism we must stand in solidarity with its mainly Muslim victims, argues Vanessa Baird.

Filed in: France Saudi Arabia

‘This Changes Everything’: What the Paris attacks mean for the climate protests

Key organizers are pushing for the climate marches and protests to go ahead in Paris despite threats of a government clampdown, Claire Fauset explains.

Filed in: Climate Change France

Don’t let Islamic State turn you against refugees

There’s a reason that the Paris suicide bombers made sure to bring their passports, writes Hazel Healy.

Filed in: France Migration Refugees

Is UNHCR failing to protect unaccompanied refugee children?

A chronic lack of coordination between agencies and volunteers is putting minors at risk in Lesbos, says Natasha Tsangarides.

Filed in: Greece Human Rights Migration Refugees

Rethinking what we mean by security

Andrew Smith considers the establishment meaning of the word relative to social wellbeing, peace and health.

Filed in: Arms Conflict Military Non-Violence Nuclear Weapons Peace Terrorism United Kingdom Violence War and Peace

‘The day we give in is the day we die’

Following a devastating fire at a nightclub, Romanians have taken to the streets to protest corruption that kills. Cristiana Moisescu reports.

Filed in: Romania

Lampedusa – battered by the winds, gasping for air

Antoine Cassar describes the solidarity and suffocation experienced on the Mediterranean island.

Filed in: Italy Migration

Sounding the TTIP alarm across the European Union

Canada is the most sued country in the ‘developed’ world, and that should be cause for grave concern, argues Maude Barlow.

Filed in: Economics Europe European Union United Kingdom

Forget Paris?

While politicians drag their feet at climate summits, Jess Worth and Danny Chivers find hope in unexpected places.

Filed in: Climate Change France Politics Sustainability

Why is the UN investigating Britain’s treatment of disabled people?

Whatever the outcome of the inquiry, disabled people will continue to fight injustice, writes Andy Greene.

Filed in: Disability Housing Human Rights United Kingdom

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