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Contents (Socialist Review 258, December 2001)

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dec 01

 

Editorial: Barbarism of war

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dec 01

 

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Peter Morgan: (News Review:) Transport: Bottom of the league

258

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dec 01

 

(News Review:) Between the lines (US presidential election, McDonalds wages, education)

258

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dec 01

 

Julie Bundy: (News Review:) Civil liberties: New Labour is taking liberties

258

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dec 01

 

(News Review:) Pensions: Gambling with our future

258

5

dec 01

 

Leo Zeilig: Zimbabwe: The war on terrorism Mugabe style

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dec 01

 

Ilsu dam project (Turkey): Dam lies and statistiscs

258

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dec 01

 

The Walrus: Whoops! There goes an ideology

258

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dec 01

 

More privatisation problems says the Walrus. As the economy falters, the taxpayer is left to bail out private companies

 

Dragan Plavsic: The Balkans: The return of empire

258

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dec 01

 

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UN colonial style governorship has failed to solve the region's problems

 

Neve Gordon: Palestine: a day in the life

258

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dec 01

 

Neve Gordon writes from South Hebron to illustrate the daily intrusions of Jewish settlements on Palestinian lands and liberties

 

Lindsey German: The movement stays on the streets

258

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dec 01

 

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Anger against the war and global capitalism has produced the biggest protest movement in decades. Lindsey German examines why.
Lindsey German is the convenor of the Stop the War Coalition.

 

Chris Bambery: A war without end?

258

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The war in Afghanistan has solved nothing, says Chris Bambery, who looks at the instability and threats of further war in the region.

 

Chris Harman: Thinking it through: A drama without a plot

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War raises the cahos of the capitalist system to new levels, argues Chris Harman

 

Anne Alexander: Interview Ahmad Ben Bella: 'Tell Tony Blair to stay at home'

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dec 01

 

Ahmad Ben Bella was a key leader of the FLN which led the insurrection against French rule in Algeria in the 1950s. He became Algeria's first prime minister in 1962, and a year later was elected the country's first president. He was ousted in a coup and spent almost 20 years in prison and under house arrest. Ben Bella has remained a powerful symbol of the struggel for liberation.

 

Clare Fermont: The desert dictatorship (Saudi Arabia)

258

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dec 01

 

The Saudi regime is staggering from crisis to crisis. Clare Fermont argues that this causes huge problems for the west and oil interests which created this monster

 

Theories of conflict (Interview Luca Casarini, Tute Bianche, & Alex Callinicos, SWP)

258

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dec 01

 

How does the anti-capitalist movement face up to the challenges of war and state repression? Luca Casarini and Alex Callinicos discuss the issues.
Luca Casarini is an Italian activist prominent in the Tute Bianche (white overalls) movement. Alex Callinicos is a leading member of the SWP and professor of politics at York University.
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Paul Foot: Lewis Grassic Gibbon: Poet of the Granite City

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dec 01

 

The great Scots writer Lewis Grassic Gibbon was born 100 years ago this year. Paul Foot looks at the work of this champion of change.

 

Xmas books: Reading matters

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dec 01

 

Some books for socialist holiday reading

 

Mike Gonzalez: (Arts Review:) Cultural currents: What if to be done (Rudyard Kipling: "If")

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dec 01

 

Mike Gonzales looks at Gramsci's surprising take on Rudyard Kipling

 

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