Indigenous nations have emerged as vocal defenders of land and water, but state surveillance of these groups is disproportionate, and speaks of the broad criminalisation of Indigenous peoples.
As the world marks the International Day of Solidarity With the Palestinian People, Ali Abunimah (Electronic Intifada), Prof. William Robinson, and BDS advocate Valerie Carmel weigh in about the past, present and future of colonialism and resistance in Palestine.
Following the devastating years of the Second World War, colonialism stood on the precipice of total collapse. Tattered and torn by years of dreadful conflict that shattered entire cities and claimed the lives of millions, the once-great powers of Europe were suffering a new form of humiliation. From the British Raj to Indochina,