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What we think: Nothing for us in Bush's war. Solidarity with the Palestinians

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3

15.12.01

 

"George Bush's war is the opportunity of a generation to cut jobs without the risk of strikes" – This is what top managers at British Airways have written in a secret document.

 

Alex Callinicos: Afghanistan: Only half way through the river of blood

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4

15.12.01

 

"Top of the world, Ma!" shouts James Cagney at the end of the movie White Heat, just before he blows himself to smithereens.

 

What we think: After the fall of Kandahar: Hawks get the taste of blood

1779

5

15.12.01

 

The Taliban surrender of the last city they controlled last week was, according to Tony Blair, a "total vindication" of the two-month US-led war in Afghanistan.

 

20 December 1989 – George Bush invades Panama: Daddy was a killer too

1779

8

15.12.01

 

Residents just after midnight to the dull sound of the Apache helicopter gunships swooping low across the city.

 

Matthew Cookson: What socialists say: What is the answer in Palestine?

1779

8

15.12.01

 

The escalation of violence in the Middle East over the last two weeks has led to calls for the leaders of Israel and Palestine to sit down and resume peace negotiations.

 

Hazel Croft: Religion, rebellion & reaction

1779

10

15.12.01

 

It is clear to anyone who looks around the world today that religious ideas still retain huge influence among millions. Why do people still look to religion, and what attitude should socialists take?

 

Economic storm hits Argentina

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13

15.12.01

 

"Nobody knows if they will have a job tomorrow or when they will be paid. People are almost paralysed by fear." This was what an Argentinian psychologist told journalists last weekend. No wonder. Argentina, an industrial country that once boasted a living standard as high as that of Italy, has been hit by an economic crisis.

 

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