News and Analysis 6/27/21

With the unsuccessful ending of the American intervention in Afghanistan, the Quincy Institute, Responsible Statecraft, and the American Conservative all warn against the ineffective,  immoral, and counterproductive  policies that brought us to this point:

An Amnesty International report accused Israeli occupation of “a catalog of violations against Palestinians in Israel and occupied East Jerusalem – including using unlawful force against peaceful protesters, sweeping mass arrests, and subjecting detainees to torture and other ill-treatment”:

Saudi Arabia has released two prominent women’s rights activists held in detention for nearly three years, a rights group has confirmed:

Recent reports reveal that “Indian troops during their unabated acts of state terrorism” martyred “95,800 Kashmiris including 7117 in custody” since 1989:

India is investigating the suspected use of drones by separatist militants “after two explosions rocked an Indian Air Force Station” in the northern region of Jammu, two senior security officials said on Sunday:

The three month agreement between Iran and the IAEA has ended:

On Sunday, the Taliban captured five more districts, including “Shor Tapa in Balkh, Chak and Sayed Abad in Maidan Wardak, Rustaq in Takhar and Arghistan in Kandahar” meaning that the Taliban could soon have access to the “income-generating territory in the country”:

On the 14th of June, the Seattle Education Association passed a resolution that “endorses the Palestinian call to Boycott, Divest, and Sanction (BDS) Israel”:

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