(Analysis) Fascism for the Third Millennium in Latin America

An underground Fascist Rock show in Mexico City featuring European Fascist Bands demonstrates a growing connection between the two scenes as well as a new role for youth culture. However, this is problematized by a regional relationship with Fascism that is fluid and contradictory. This article provides a brief historical survey to contextualize the Empire Strikes Back show as well as problematizes traditional perspectives on Fascism in Latin America.

Let’s Tune In To The EU’s Periphery: Greece’s Second Economic Miracle

While Greece’s economy struggled for over a decade, there is reason to celebrate. The national debt continues to decrease while the GDP and number of employed people both increase.

The UAE’s Ambivalent Strategy: Between Oil Security And Green Transition

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) hosted in Abu Dhabi the 28th edition of the UN-sponsored Conference of the Parties (COP28), the largest global conference on climate change. The Emirates’ strategy is highly ambivalent, and mirrors a regional reality that is solidly tied to the oil trade but intends to repurpose itself as a global hub for new energy sources for the transition.

Colombia’s Revolutionary Anti-Drug Plan: Breakthroughs an Challenges Ahead

Colombian President Gustavo Petro unveils a 10-year anti-drug policy aiming to reduce cocaine production by 43% through “oxygen” (economic alternatives for coca farmers) and “asphyxiation” (fighting trafficking networks). This plan’s success links to Petro’s “Total Peace” initiative to end violence. Security, investments, and political stability are vital for success.

(Analysis) Solidarity, Resistance & Liberation: The Afghan Women

The entire world held their breath as the Taliban took over the government in Afghanistan in 2021 wondering what it meant for women. While the Taliban exercises their orthodox and mysogisntic policies over women hiding behind the curtain of Sharia Law- women of Afghanistan have not held back and have been the front line of solidarity and resistance, protesting for liberation.

The Forgotten Faces: Chin Refugees in India’s Quandary

This article focuses on the Chin people fleeing persecution in Myanmar, and facing limited protection in India. India’s absence of a comprehensive refugee law render the Chins vulnerable to racism and xenophobia. Mapping the refugee’s unique situation, marked by language barriers and inadequate legal support this article prompts the question for India’s refugee law and analyzes UNHCR’s response to the refugee crisis.