Katarzyna Rybarczyk

Sudanese Revolution Is Not Over: People Will Fight Until the Military Regime Falls

Flags with portraits of martyrs proudly held high in the sky, men and women fearlessly chanting their demands surrounded by clouds of tear gas,...

Migrant Domestic Workers in Lebanon: Forgotten Victims of the Socio-Economic Crisis

The socio-political crisis in Lebanon has exacerbated the vulnerabilities of migrant domestic workers to the point where they have been stripped of their basic freedom and dignity.

Russia’s Weapons of the Future: How AI Could Escalate Global Conflicts

Artificial intelligence (AI) can revolutionize war-fighting and change the dynamics of global conflicts. Vladimir Putin once said ‘Whoever becomes the leader in AI will become...

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