Modi’s Farm Produce Act Was Authored Thirty Years Ago, in Washington D.C.

The kisan agitation at the gates of Fortress Delhi has forced even the corporate media to take note of the corporate drive to capture control of the remaining non-corporate sectors of the country’s economy, including its agriculture; the phrase “Ambani-Adani” is now a popular term for this process.

Modi’s Farm Produce Act Was Authored Thirty Years Ago, in Washington D.C.

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US Officially Declares Myanmar Situation a ‘Coup,’ Cutting Aid to Government

US Officially Declares Myanmar Situation a ‘Coup,’ Cutting Aid to Government

The Biden Administration officially declared on Tuesday that the seizure of power in Myanmar by the country’s military was a “coup d’etat,” triggering aid cuts and a review of all foreign aid to Myanmar.

US officials said the aid restrictions only apply to Myanmar’s government. The vast majority of US aid to Myanmar, an estimated $108.65 million requested for 2021, goes to organizations inside the country, and will not be affected.

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Biden to End US Support for Saudi Offensive Operations in Yemen

Biden to End US Support for Saudi Offensive Operations in Yemen

While announcing Biden’s plan, Sullivan said it would not include US operations against al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). “It does not extend to actions against AQAP,” he said. “It extends to the types of offensive operations that have perpetuated a civil war in Yemen that has led to a humanitarian crisis.”

Framing the move as an end to support for “offensive” operations could give the US some wiggle room to continue some support for the Saudi-led coalition. And since the coalition is more capable now than it was in 2015, when the Obama administration first backed the Saudis in Yemen, operations could still continue.

‘Cancel the Rents’: People Across the US Mobilize Calling for Housing Relief

The Party for Socialism and Liberation concluded its three-day nationwide campaign calling for the cancellation of rent and mortgages and to stop all foreclosures on January 31. The campaign started on January 29 with hundreds of people, along with housing rights movements and other groups in major cities, participating. The primary demand of the campaign was to seek government intervention in dealing with the ballooning housing crisis in the US.

‘Cancel the Rents’: People Across the US Mobilize Calling for Housing Relief