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Romana Rubeo

Romana Rubeo is an Italian writer and the managing editor of The Palestine Chronicle. Her articles appeared in many online newspapers and academic journals. She holds a Master’s Degree in Foreign Languages and Literature, and specializes in audio-visual and journalism translation.

Articles by this author

 

The Russians Are Coming! But Are They Bringing the Chinese?

Are Beijing and Moscow at the cusp of a formal and lasting alliance?

Ramzy Baroud ·


Raids, Arrests, and Death Threats: Israel's Strategy of Silencing Human Rights Defenders

The question remains—will Israel be able to use its power, influence and leverage in Western societies to force the world to accept and co-exist with a full-fledged apartheid regime in Palestine?

Ramzy Baroud ·


‘Palestine is Still the Issue’: UN Vote Exposes, Isolates Canada

“Despite its peaceful reputation, Canada is not acting as a benevolent player on the international stage."

Ramzy Baroud ·


Will the Coronavirus Change the World? We Must Be Very Careful How We Answer That Question

On Gramsci's "Interregnum" and Zizek's very troubling ethnocentric philosophy.

Ramzy Baroud ·


Gaza Rallies for Caracas: On the West’s Dangerous Game in Venezuela

Western predators are all moving in, each party playing the role entrusted of them, as if history is repeating itself

Ramzy Baroud ·

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