On May 16, the Biden administration announced new measures to “increase support for the Cuban people.”
It is no secret that the UN Human Rights Council essentially serves the interests of the Western developed countries and does not have a holistic approach to all human rights. Blackmail and bullying are common practices, and the US has proven that it has sufficient “soft power” to cajole weaker countries.
Japan Council against A and H Bombs (Gensuikyo) and a wide-range of organizations/individuals submitted to the Foreign Ministry of Japan 960,538 petitions urging the Japanese government to sign and ratify the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW).
This week on Talk World Radio, we are talking about the unending Moroccan occupation of Western Sahara with Tim Pluta who is speaking to us from the town of Boujdour, in the home of human rights activist Sultana Khaya.
As the island prepares to mark 50 years since Okinawa was returned to Japanese sovereignty, Jinshiro Motoyama is in no mood to celebrate.