Thursday’s news links – 30 June 2022

Sioux Falls police release smoke after abortion rights protesters refuse to disperse Argus Leader

Antiabortion lawmakers want to block patients from crossing state lines Washington Post

Alabama cites Roe decision in urging court to let state ban trans health care Axios

1955 warrant in Emmett Till case found; family seeks arrest Politico

Carolyn Bryant Donham made the allegations that led to Till’s lynching in Mississippi.

Six Dead In Two Amtrak Crashes Due to Cars on Tracks Within 24 Hours Vice


Capitol seizure

Trump’s Secret Service Detail ‘Cheered on the Insurrection’—Carol Leonnig Newsweek



Major Aluminum Manufacturer Shuts Down Manufacturing Business Technology

Infant formula plant remains closed for flood cleanup; no word on how long it will take Food Safety News

BREAKING: Pfizer has hired an army of union-busters Labor Lab


National strike in Ecuador completes 15 days, struggle continues Peoples Dispatch


Museveni urges stronger Cuba-Uganda trade ties Monitor

G7: Cracks in Western unity on Russia M. K. Bhadrakumar

Syria to recognize Ukraine’s Lugansk and Donetsk regions AP

Ukraine war a big boon for Russian insurers Asia Times

Ukraine Is The Latest Neocon Disaster Jeffrey Sachs, Tikkun

US and NATO Escalate Tensions with Asia-Pacific War Games Foreign Policy In Focus

While the world’s attention is focused on the Russia-Ukraine conflict, halfway around the world in the Pacific Ocean, U.S. and NATO confrontation with China and North Korea is increasing dramatically.

The Jakarta Method, Then and Now: U.S. Counterinsurgency and the Third World MR Online

The global solution: private or public? Michael Roberts

Inflation, risk of global recession, growing inequality and rising debt for the global south, global warming, war – I could go on. These are the fault-lines exhibited in the world economy in 2022. What is to be done about it?

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