[ Socialist Worker nr. 2095 ]
socialister.dk

 

Arkivet

Forside

Simpel søgning

Udvidet søgning

Vis numre

Forsider

Indhold nr. 369
(nyeste i arkiv)

 

Temasider

Temaer

 

Hovedmenu

Internationale
Socialisters
Ungdom

Socialistisk Arbejderavis

Arkivet

Links

English
version

 

Links

Forlaget
modstand.org

Marxisme
Online

 

Arkivet – Nummervisning

Der blev fundet 24 artikler

Fra Socialist Worker nr. 2095

Forfatter: Titel

Nr.

Side

Udgivet

Om

Nick Grant: 24 April: Join this pay revolt

2095

1

5.4.08

 

Teachers vote for national strike and thousands more are set to take action

 

Ken Olende: Zimbabwe: Revolt from below breaks Mugabe’s stranglehold

2095

2

5.4.08

 

Ken Olende looks at the election crisis in Zimbabwe

 

Zimbabwe: ‘The working class must prepare for a general strike’

2095

2

5.4.08

 

Munyaradzi Gwisai of the International Socialist Organisation (ISO) in Zimbabwe was a former MDC MP for Highfield in Harare. He spoke to Socialist Worker on Monday of this week about the questions facing the opposition

 

Ken Olende: Zimbabwe: Mixed loyalties of the MDC opposition

2095

2

5.4.08

 

The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) was founded in 1999 out of Zimbabwe’s trade union movement. It emerged from a mass struggle against the neoliberal policies of the World Bank.

 

Ken Olende: Zimbabwe: A long history of British betrayals

2095

2

5.4.08

 

The news of Robert Mugabe’s humiliation at the hands of Zimbabwe’s people will no doubt be cheered on by the imperialists in Downing Street and the White House.
But nobody should believe their cynical claims to care about democracy or human rights in Africa or anywhere else.

 

Simon Basketter: Mass strikes to take on Gordon Brown over pay

2095

3

5.4.08

 

Up to half a million workers are set to strike on 24 April – “fightback Thursday”. The action will bring together thousands of teachers, lecturers and civil service workers in united action over pay.

 

Stefan Bornost: Rising struggle aids German left

2095

4

5.4.08

 

Civil war is raging in the SPD, the German Labour Party, following the successes of the radical left Die Linke party in recent elections. The crisis has grown to such an extent that a recent opinion poll put the SPD at 22 percent, with Die Linke at 14 percent.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: Left List: Campaign taps into the anger

2095

4

5.4.08

 

The Left List’s election fight is winning wide support among people furious at New Labour’s policies.

 

Jamie Allinson: Revolution from above: How did capitalism come into being?

2095

6

5.4.08

 

In the first part of our new series Jamie Allinson looks at how modern states emerged across the world

 

Chris Bambery: Tories and Labour attack migrants in House of Lords report

2095

6

5.4.08

 

“Migrants have nicked our jobs” was how the Daily Star greeted a House of Lords report that called for fresh limits on non-European Union (EU) immigrants.

 

Matthew Cookson: 'War on Terror': Muslim chaplain speaks out against airport stops

2095

6

5.4.08

 

A Muslim chaplain from Liverpool has spoken out against the treatment that Muslims face at airports from anti-terrorism officials. Adam Kelwick, who is well known in Liverpool for his community work, decided to go public after his latest experience at Manchester airport.

 

Nigel Davey: The Great Depression: Roosevelt’s double edged New Deal

2095

8

5.4.08

 

Last month saw the 75th anniversary of the inauguration of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s (FDR) as US president. His election took place at a critical moment in the country’s history.

 

Yuri Prasad: Martin Luther King and the fight against racism in the US

2095

8

5.4.08

 

The legendary US civil rights leader Martin Luther King was assassinated on the balcony of his hotel in Memphis, Tennessee 40 years ago.

 

Ken Olende: Presidential election: Barack Obama carries only the faintest echo of the civil rights movement

2095

9

5.4.08

 

Ken Olende dismisses the claim that Barack Obama is Martin Luther King’s heir

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: LMHR carnival: More acts to take the stage against the Nazis

2095

11

5.4.08

 

The Love Music Hate Racism carnival on 27 April is set to be a great event, but it needs your help.

 

Artists call for anti-fascist unity

2095

11

5.4.08

 

“It’s important that we’re still organising events against the Nazis. Today we have a lot more nationalities in Britain, but racism is still prevalent.”

 

Yuri Prasad: Review: An England Story: A fitting tribute to the pioneers of black British music

2095

11

5.4.08

 

Black British music today has an unmistakable style – one that instantly separates it from the output of the two countries that have historically shaped the scene – Jamaica and the US.

 

Editorial: Bankers want to pass the buck onto you

2095

12

5.4.08

 

You know the economy is in trouble when even the Bank of England starts to panic. Mervyn King, the Bank’s governor, did just that this week.

 

Editorial: A very high price for Nato expansion

2095

12

5.4.08

 

George Bush arrived in Romania for a Nato summit this week backing applications from Ukraine and Georgia to join the US-led military alliance. The expansion of Nato to Russia’s borders has been key to the “new Cold War” between the US and Russia.

 

Editorial: Are Labour in Scotland Keir Hardie’s heirs?

2095

12

5.4.08

 

There is a land where New Labour stands for socialism, a land where the party’s founder Keir Hardie is held up as an icon.

 

Men and women are not from different planets

2095

12

5.4.08

 

Deborah Cameron spoke to Socialist Worker about her battle to debunk some of the myths surrounding language and gender.

 

Chris Harman: Our alternative to market madness

2095

13

5.4.08

 

Last week the Financial Times claimed that Socialist Worker had no answer to the economic crisis caused by capitalism. Chris Harman sets the record straight.

 

Simon Assaf: Basra uprising beats occupiers

2095

16

5.4.08

 

The mass revolt that broke out across Iraq last week has exposed the hollow claim that the occupation has won a “strategic victory” in Iraq.

 

Anne Alexander: Cairo Conference: Delegates meet amidst strike wave

2095

16

5.4.08

 

Hundreds of delegates to the sixth Cairo Conference against globalisation and imperialism met this week amid a growing movement for social justice in Egypt.

 

Der blev fundet 24 artikler

< Nr. 2094 –– Nr. 2096 >

Vis uden kommentarer

 

 

www.socialister.dk – 13. november 2019 kl. 08:44