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Modern Times Review #102
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Director: Mai Masri
Four progressive women document the 2019 Beirut uprisings, until Covid-19 hits.
Director: Rami Farah
How does one survive in times of war? By forgetting, or by remembering...?
Director: Nicolas Videla
Intertwined with days of protests, the final days of Chile's radical Cabaret Travesía Travesti show how important it is that the trans community stands up to tell its own stories.
From NY Tid
Norway's Foreign Minister Anniken Huitfeldt on working to ensure that Palestine gets its own state.
From someone who should know the intricacies of foreign policy and geopolitics: Thorbjørn Jagland on military rearmament and enemy images – when it comes to the USA, Russia, China, Turkey, and Libya.