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Esme Choonara: Food price rises will kill millions

2090

1

1.3.08

 

Millions around the world are facing a future of insecurity, starvation and malnutrition as the price of basic food soars. The price of maize, wheat, soya beans and rice – staples for the majority of the world’s population – have more than doubled in the last few years.

 

Chris Nineham: Join 15 March protest’s cry of anger at war and occupation

2090

2

1.3.08

 

With two weeks to go until the 15 March demonstration, Chris Nineham of the Stop the War Coalition explains why the anti-war movement is staying on the streets

 

Did British troops murder 20 Iraqis at Amara?

2090

2

1.3.08

 

“I have never heard anything like that sound ever before in my life. It shocked me and filled me with such terror.”
That was the testimony of Atiyah Sayid Abdelreza, a labourer from Majar al-Kabir in Iraq, who was detained at a British army base by troops in May 2004.

 

Turkish invasion of Iraq is extension of ‘war on terror’

2090

2

1.3.08

 

Thousands of Turkish troops have launched an attack into northern Iraq in a dangerous escalation of their war against Kurdish separatists.

 

Egypt: Doctors join the revolt against regime

2090

2

1.3.08

 

Doctors in Egypt have threatened to strike if their demands over pay are not met. They are the latest group to join a wave of popular unrest led by Egyptian workers and peasants against the US-backed regime of Hosni Mubarak.

 

Rise of new left party reshapes German politics

2090

3

1.3.08

 

The rapid ascendancy of Die Linke, the new German left party, is causing a crisis for all other mainstream parties – particularly the conservative CDU and the SPD, Germany’s equivalent of New Labour. Both parties share power in a coalition government.

 

Vladimir Unkovski-Korica: Kosovo is a pawn on the imperial chessboard

2090

4

1.3.08

 

Revolutionary socialists in the Balkans face a difficult period ahead. The region has long been at the centre of imperial rivalry between the US and European Union (EU) on one side and Russia on the other. Kosovo’s unilateral declaration of independence marks a new stage in the ratcheting up of tensions.

 

Simon Basketter: Labour is still lying about extraordinary rendition flights

2090

4

1.3.08

 

The British government still won’t come clean on the full scale of its involvement with the CIA’s programme of torture flights and secret prisons.

 

Ex-SAS soldier: ‘Britain is deeply involved’

2090

4

1.3.08

 

Former SAS soldier Ben Griffin has spoken out against the government’s latetst claims that it did not know about CIA torture flights.

 

Sadie Robinson: Teachers – a pay fight for the future of education

2090

5

1.3.08

 

The NUT union begins balloting this week for a national strike over pay. The campaign is driven by wider anger over what is happening to state schools.

 

Esme Choonara: Prostitution: the government puts women in danger

2090

6

1.3.08

 

We need to make prostitution safer, but also fight against a world where sex is sold.

 

Yuri Prasad: After the election: Where next for Pakistan?

2090

8

1.3.08

 

Last week’s crushing election defeat for US ally general Musharraf may have caused panic in the Bush administration, but the victors are still wedded to the “war on terror”.

 

Yasser Chaudhary: Voices from Pakistan: ‘A revolution has begun’

2090

9

1.3.08

 

Interviews with people around the country by Yasser Chaudhary, a journalist from east London who has just returned from a research trip to Pakistan.

 

Abbie Bakan: US elections: Barack Obama’s vision won’t see a new America

2090

9

1.3.08

 

The remarkable momentum of Barack Obama’s campaign to be the presidential candidate for the Democratic Party is raising the hopes of millions of Americans who have felt marginalised by mainstream politics.

 

Paul O’Brien: Review: George Bernard Shaw: a fascinating contradiction

2090

11

1.3.08

 

A new production of George Bernard Shaw’s Major Barbara begins in London this week. Paul O’Brien looks at the playwright’s ideas.

 

Steven Podovsky: Review: Rambo is big, lumbering metaphor for US imperialism

2090

11

1.3.08

 

US imperialism is in trouble and, as Gil Scott Heron once said, “John Wayne is no longer available”, so enter Sylvester Stallone with Rambo’s fourth slaughter-filled outing.

 

Javier Couso Permuy: Against embedding journalists

2090

12

1.3.08

 

Cameraman José Couso was killed reporting the brutality of the Iraq war. His family is fighting for justice.

 

Castro and Cuba

2090

13

1.3.08

 

After 49 years in power, Fidel Castro has finally resigned as president of Cuba. Socialist Worker looks back on the life of this influential but flawed figure.

 

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