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Defeated in Iraq – And it’s a lie to say Britain can win in Afghanistan

2065

1

25.8.07

 

The cat is finally out of the bag. Military commanders, politicians and newspaper headlines all now admit that Britain has lost the war in the south of Iraq.

 

Lindsey German: Britain’s failing presence in Iraq and Afghanistan

2065

2

25.8.07

 

The game is pretty well up for the British presence in Iraq. Opinions as diverse as Menzies Campbell, the leader of the Liberal Democrats, and rebel leader Moqtada al-Sadr, whose base is among Shia in Baghdad’s Sadr City and in the south of the country centred on Basra, agree.

 

Alex Callinicos: Attacking Iran – this genie will not go back in its bottle

2065

4

25.8.07

 

George Bush’s administration continues to try to tighten its vice around the Islamic Republican regime in Iran.

 

Michael Stanton: Miners' victory in Chile is part of an awakening of workers

2065

4

25.8.07

 

At the beginning of August, contract miners in Chile’s new CTC union federation celebrated a significant victory against Codelco, Chile’s state-owned mining corporation.

 

Guy Smallman: Mexico: fight continues on the streets and in forests

2065

4

25.8.07

 

Women from the village of San Isidro Aloapam in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca are struggling to save an ancient forest from a US-sponsored logging company.

 

Charlie Hore: Modern China: Deng Xiaoping: economic ‘dynamism’ that ended in chaos

2065

4

25.8.07

 

In the second part of our series, Charlie Hore looks at China’s transformation in the 1980s.

 

Sadie Robinson: Heathrow Camp: Climate protesters shift the agenda

2065

4

25.8.07

 

Despite all the press smears and police harassment, the Heathrow camp has highlighted the issue of climate change.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Palestine: Eyal Weizman interview: Israel's oppressive architecture of occupation

2065

8

25.8.07

 

Dissident architect Eyal Weizman explains the mechanics of Israel’s occupation of Palestine to Anindya Bhattacharyya.

 

John Riddell: The Comintern: Stuttgart 1907: debating reform and revolution

2065

9

25.8.07

 

As a prologue to a major new series on the Communist International, John Riddell, examines discussions on war and socialist unity at the 1907 Stuttgart conference in Germany.

 

Neil Davidson: Scotland: Tartan imperialism

2065

12

25.8.07

 

Scotland’s historical role in Malawi contradicts attempts to present itself as an ‘oppressed’ nation, writes Neil Davidson.

 

James Dean: Victor Grayson: remembering an independent socialist MP

2065

13

25.8.07

 

A militant and independent socialist who was elected to parliament a century ago, shouldn’t be forgotten, writes James Dean.

 

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