Press Progress (a media project of the social democratic Broadbent Institute)
Rabble.ca (mix of soft-left views, reflecting the outlook of Canada’s social-democratic NDP)
The New Cold War: Ukraine and beyond (This website contains three years of archived news and analysis on Russia, Ukraine, Crimea and related issues, from its founding in October 2014 to the end of 2017. It contains an extensive listing of recommended books and historical archives concerning Ukraine. Since January 2018, the website has gone over to a non-Marxist, ‘multipolar’ view of the world in which large capitalist countries that are in conflict with imperialism such as Russia and China can be expected to lead the world to a better place. But the climate vandalism and rising social inequities characteristic of the entire capitalist system are taking the world to a very dangerous place. Daily news and analysis of world events involving or affecting Russia can be found on RT and TASS, and on the websites of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation and the President of Russia.)
Ramzay Baroud (Palestinian writer, weekly column in Jordan Times)
Rai al-Youn (Palestine, founding editor is Abdel Bari Atwan)
BDS Movement (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions against Israel) ‘The Palestinian BDS National Committee is the broadest Palestinian civil society coalition that works to lead and support the BDS movement for Palestinian rights.’)
Turkey Purge ‘We are a small group of young journalists who are trying to be the voice for Turkish people who suffer under an oppressive regime. We all have personal stories that made us start this website…’
Platform for Independent Journalism (P24) ‘An initiative to support and promote editorial independence in the Turkish press at a time when the journalistic profession is under fierce commercial and political pressure.’
Human Rights Association of Turkey (IHD) The Human Rights Association of Turkey (IHD in Turkish) is the longest-standing and largest human rights organization in Turkey. Founded in 1986, it has 34 branches, seven representation offices and more than 8,100 members (2016).
Climate Watch ‘An online platform designed to empower policymakers, researchers, media and other stakeholders with open climate data, visualizations and resources.’ Managed by World Resources Institute.