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Burmese people remain defiant against the coup plotters

Burmese people remain defiant against the coup plotters

CSMS Magazine In the face of a sustained repression, the masses in Myanmar hold their ground. This reminds us of Sudan two years ago, when the military government moved to sidestep the popular movement that overthrew Omar al Bashir. According to Associated...
Haiti on the brink!

Haiti on the brink!

By Fabienne Garçon CSMS Magazine Haiti takes another nosedive to uncertainty today as Jovenel Moise refuses to step. Today marks the end of his term in office, but instead of bowing to the people’s demand, he has embarked upon a conspiracy theory,...
Electric car revolution

Electric car revolution

By Jacob Davis CSMS Magazine As the struggle to save our planet against global warming moves to higher gear, industrial nations have been hard at work trying to abide by the Paris Climate Agreement. Reducing carbon emission into the atmosphere is a key...
How to save during hardships

How to save during hardships

CSMS Magazine This is a tough time to be the head of household. Against the backdrop of the coronavirus travesty, millions of Americans are unemployed, and millions more now face eviction. For those whose income has been substantially reduced, learning...
Haiti: Another birthday in consternation

Haiti: Another birthday in consternation

CSMS Magazine Left to fend for herself, today Haiti crosses another milestones—a new birthday in the thickest fog of misery. Kidnapping is rampant. Mass killings continue. Haitian authorities, as always, have taken a blind eye. An Amnesty international...
Nagorno-Karabakh: The epicenter of a new round of regional conflict

Nagorno-Karabakh: The epicenter of a new round of regional conflict

CSMS Magazine Nagorno-Karabakh is an autonomous region located inside Azerbaijan but inhabited by ethnic Armenians. During the final years of the USSR—late 1980s to be precise—the region voted to join the Armenian republic. When the Soviet Union dissolved...
Long time social activist Barnard Fils-Aimé dies at 67

Long time social activist Barnard Fils-Aimé dies at 67

Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine It was with deep sadness I learned of the passing of Bernard Fils-Aimé better known as Patrick among his friends during the long struggle for refugee rights and against the Duvalier dictatorship of the 1980s. I was young and...
Social justice in Colombia and Brazil

Social justice in Colombia and Brazil

A travel tale   By Danielle Castano Special for CSMS Magazine South America is one of the most complex places I have ever visited. Having travelled to both Colombia and Brazil, I’ve witnessed the hardships that both nations endure. Despite only staying...
Palestine: The third way forward

Palestine: The third way forward

As the world fights the coronavirus pandemic while thousands are dying daily, Israeli rightwing politicians have been hard at work on an annexation plan. The plan would officially carve a big portion of the West Bank and leave the Palestinians with almost...
Nationwide indignation in the wake of George Floyd’s killing

Nationwide indignation in the wake of George Floyd’s killing

CSMS Mgazine The killing of George Floyd has changed the narrative on race relations in America. The world is appalled, and the nation is in rage. It has triggered worldwide indignation and a never-seen-before awakening in the social consciousness. In...

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