Indhold nr. 369(nyeste i arkiv)
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Nato is bombing and killing civilians in Afghanistan
Occupation forces in Afghanistan have admitted that they are regularly killing civilians in bombings raids when they say are targetting Taliban fighters.
Oxfam slams the humanitarian crisis in Iraq
The Oxfam charity has issued a damning report on the state of Iraq four years into the occupation.
It accuses the US-British occupation of leaving the country in “deep trauma”.
Alex Callinicos: Comment: World economy on the precipice?
THE WORLD economy has been floating on a sea of cheap credit for much of the present decade. The sharp falls on global stock exchanges last week may have marked the moment when the financial markets realised this era is coming to an end.
Chris Bambery: Second World War: Crushing the tide of left wing resistance
The final column in our series looks at how the ruling class imposed “order”.
Dan Hind: Without good reason
Enlightenment values of truth and rationality have been hijacked and wrongly used to justify the “war on terror”, argues Dan Hind.
Tom Behan: The legacy of Giuseppe Garibaldi – the 19th century's Che Guevara
The Italian national hero Giuseppe Garibaldi, the ‘Che Guevara of the 19th century’, was born 200 years ago. He played a crucial role in the unification of Italy, writes Tom Behan.
Pedro Marin: Chilean miners' leader looks to growth of the movement (online only)
After the battles of forestry workers in the Arauco region and copper miners working for the state owned Codelco company, subcontracted workers are targeting the private mining industry.
Michael Stanton: Victory for striking subcontracted miners in Chile (online only)
Miners striking against Codelco, Chile's state owned mining corporation are celebrating a victory. After a solid 37 day strike by some 13,000 workers the company made a revised offer.
Choi Il-bung + Kim Yong-wuk + Kim Gwang-il: The kidnapping of South Koreans in Afghanistan – a tragedy created by occupation (online only)
The kidnap of 23 South Korean missionaries in Afghanistan is a tragedy, but the events can only be understood in the context of the deployment of South Korean troops to aid the US/Nato occupation.
Jamie Allinson: Japan’s upper house elections disastrous for ruling party (online only)
Last Sunday’s elections to the upper house of the Japanese parliament were a huge defeat for the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and the right wing prime minister Shinzo Abe.
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