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‘New Olympic disciplines’ at Beijing 2022, and big brother’s support for Israel

The best international cartoons of the week, chosen by editors at ThePrint.

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The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print or online, or on social media, and are credited appropriately.

In this week’s featured cartoon, Italian cartoonist Emanuele Del Rosso takes a dig at the Chinese government as several nations announced diplomatic boycotts of the ongoing Winter Olympics in Beijing, amid allegations of human rights abuses.

Carlos Latuff | Mintpress News

Brazilian cartoonist Carlos Latuff hits out at the United States government, after US ambassador to Israel Tom Nides said that an Amnesty International report’s accusation against Israel of apartheid, was “absurd”.

Adam Zyglis | The Buffalo News

Adam Zyglis draws a parallel between the Joe Biden administration’s allegations that Russia will “fabricate a pretext” to invade Ukraine and former President George W. Bush’s “false pretenses” against Iraq prior to the US-led led war the country in 2003.

Dave Brown | The Independent

Dave Brown takes a swipe at United Kingdom PM Boris Johnson, in light of his remarks on Monday that Labour Party leader Keir Starmer failed to prosecute sex offender Jimmy Savile during Starmer’s tenure as director of public prosecutions. Johnson’s top policy aide Munira Mirza resigned Friday after the controversy over his remarks.

Hugo Nemet | The Cartoon Movement

Canadian cartoonist Hugo Nemet illustrates the Ottawa Police’s “surge and contain” strategy as a response to the ongoing protests led by truck drivers against Canada’s Covid-19 vaccination mandates.

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