Telling war differently, a strong trend at the Annecy Animation Festival

A global event, the event celebrates creativity and the diversity of styles and techniques. This year, whether global, civil or between cubs and unicorns, war is omnipresent in the list of films in the running for the Golden Crystal. Through the eyes of a painter murdered in Auschwitz, Angolan women or even in a fantasy … Read more

Cháko Ñorairõ: a new anniversary of the end of the Chaco War

Bolivia had the indirect support of the United States, had a larger population than Paraguay and the push of its president Daniel Salamanca, a cultured and charismatic person, who did not have officers up to the task (four times he changed commander-in-chief during the war). In addition, the Bolivian soldiers were completely unmotivated, they were … Read more

Russian opposition must put aside their grudges and unite against the war

Demonstration on December 24, 2011 on Sakharov Avenue, Moscow. Photo by Bogomolov.PL, via Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0,). This article by the former journalist from Novaya GazetaIvan Zhilin, public originally at Geneva Solutions. We reproduce an edited version as part of a content sharing agreement with Global Voices. It seems impossible to fix our country. … Read more

War in Ukraine aggravates food insecurity in Latin America

The World Food Program (WFP) warned this Tuesday (24) that the “domino effect” of the conflict in Ukraine aggravate the problems of pandemicworsens food insecurity in Latin America and the Caribbean and leads to the need for more resources to help vulnerable people in the region. The body of United Nationsawarded in 2020 with the … Read more

In three months of war we have become accustomed to the suffering of Ukraine: Who is next?

The tragedy of the war in Ukraine. Photo: AFP. Perhaps it is the effect of forced immediacy to which current times lead us, where everything must be fast, instantaneous and ephemeral; something that is pathetically reflected in the “game rules” imposed by the social media. That is what they propose: permanent change, also on very … Read more

The foolish path to a global war

Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin The Russian Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1970, (Gula Archipelagog and other writings), was a hypercritical writer of Soviet socialism; he was imprisoned from 1945 to 1956. Despite this, he never had any hope in the “reasons” of the West; “Excessive comfort and prosperity have … Read more

Summary of the 75th day of war in Ukraine

Russia continues its offensive in Ukraine for a 75th day. During a speech in Red Square in Moscow, Vladmir Putin proclaimed that his army was fighting in Ukraine to defend “the fatherland” against an “unacceptable threat”. NEWS WIRE 9:04 p.m. | War in Ukraine: “at the military level, there is stagnation” At present, the war … Read more

War in Ukraine, live: Russia has fired more than 2,000 missiles since the start of the conflict, says Volodymyr Zelensky

https://assets-decodeurs.lemonde.fr/redacweb/ukraine-cartes-infographie/derniere-maj-ukraine-avancee-russe.png https://assets-decodeurs.lemonde.fr/redacweb/ukraine-cartes-infographie/derniere-maj-ukraine-avancee-russe.png 30 The situation on the map Expand The context Live hosted by Solène L’Hénoret, Anne Guillard and Marie Slavicek Contributions are temporarily disabled in this live stream. Russia announced the expulsion of 34 French diplomats, 24 Italian diplomats and 27 Spanish diplomatsin retaliation for those of Russians in the wake of the Russian … Read more