All posts tagged Arab Spring

Event: Global Uprisings/ Resistance: Turkey, Egypt and Brazil

The summer of 2013 was witness to a series of social uprisings and resistance movements across the globe. This meeting looks back on the events that took place in Turkey, Egypt and Brazil – their underlying causes, and what their […]

Share

Coup in Egypt: can the revolution survive?

Kieran Crowe reflects on the turn from revolution to counter-revolution in Egypt In all the great revolutions in history, any period of struggle against an old order is followed by an attempt by that very same order to roll it […]

Share

Egypt: Revolution in progress

Kieran Crowe discusses the prospects for Egypt’s ‘revolution in progress’ When we come to look back on the early 2010s, one image that is certain to leap to our collective memories will be the Egyptian revolution and its symbolic beating […]

Share

Support the Syrian people

Mark Booth urges support for a solidarity protest this Saturday The Syrian Revolution is close to its second anniversary. After two years of brutal repression the Syrian people are still fighting. Beginning on March 15th in 2011, since the start of […]

Share

Egypt: revolution on the streets again

The political crisis in Egypt is a result of the uncompleted revolution, argues Stuart King

Share

Iranian workers between economic crises and military threats

Chris Strafford analyses the social and economic crisis gripping Iran

Share

Houla massacre exposes Assad’s murderous repression

The Syrian regime keeps sponsoring the bloodshed, writes Marcus Halaby

Share

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

Share