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Occupy sees rebirth of American radicalism

Pham Binh is a regular writer on Occupy and Socialist history, this article gives an overview of the US Occupy movement

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Greek elections: A rout for the parties of austerity; an opportunity for the Left

The break through in Greece has real potential, argues Dave Stockton

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Call for solidarity with Egyptian activists

On 13 May, 2012, the Egyptian Court of Appeals will consider the sentence of two years imprisonment against four socialist militants and co-founding members of The Socialist Popular Alliance Party SPAP: Mohamed Atef, Mostafa Mohie Al-Din, Mostafa Shawky  and Mohamed […]

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In Greece, ten million people change ‘European project’ forever

The Greek elections could change everything, writes Luke Cooper

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Palestine and life under occupation

Eyewitness account from the West Bank

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Interview: Is the West bullying Iran?

Dr. Adib-Moghaddam is the author of Iran in World Politics: The Question of the Islamic Republic.

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Reflections on Kony: women and children as handmaidens of colonialism

Internet campaign suggests ‘victims’ are waiting for West’s help.

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Mass protests demand end to Czech government

Biggest demo since 1989 calls for fall of neoliberal regime.

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