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Der blev fundet 48 artikler

Fra Socialist Review nr. 292

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292

3

jan 05

 

Full page picture: Donating to the victims of the tsunami disaster

292

4

jan 05

 

Editorial: A Tale of Two Responses

292

5

jan 05

 

Rarely has the contrast been so stark. On the one hand the response by ordinary people to the Indian Ocean tsunami that has killed more than 150,000 people has been overwhelming.

 

Andrew Stone: News Review: A Disaster Made So Much Worse

292

6

jan 05

 

Andrew Stone looks at the hypocrisy behind the tragedy.

 

Sally Campbell: News Review: Tsunami: A History of War and Colonialism

292

7

jan 05

 

The politics and history of countries affected by the tsunami influence relief efforts today.

 

Mike Davis: News Review: Tsunami: The Archipelago of Horror

292

8

jan 05

 

Mike Davis recalls another tsunami tragedy, and asks what lessons can be learned.

 

Anindya Bhattacharyya: News Review: Freedom of Information: Not Quite Open Government

292

9

jan 05

 

Over 50,000 previously secret government documents have been released to the public this month as the Freedom of Information Act 2000 finally comes into effect.

 

Mary Black: News Review: Environment: Another Wasted Opportunity

292

10

jan 05

 

'The government must no longer allow delays in developing a long term radioactive waste management strategy to be used as a pretext for deferring decisions on the future of nuclear power ..'

 

Andrew Stone: Interview: Going from Bad to Worse

292

11

jan 05

 

The coming few months are crucial ones for all those opposed to war and imperialism, as Lindsey German explains to Andrew Stone.

 

Liv Lewitschnik: Media: Shooting the Messengers

292

13

jan 05

 

The terrorising of independent media in Iraq continues, writes Liv Lewitschnik.

 

Robin Blackburn: Pensions: The Life to Come

292

14

jan 05

 

Our future welfare depends on creating a radically different pension system, argues Robin Blackburn.

 

Helen Salmon: 1905 Revolution: The Path to Freedom

292

16

jan 05

 

This year marks the centenary of the first Russian Revolution – an event that shaped our understanding of how mass movements can grow.

 

Leon Trotskij: 1905 Revolution: The Axis of All Events

292

17

jan 05

 

The 1905 Russian revolution, as described by Leon Trotsky.
We print extracts from Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky's book 1905 where he describes the events that took place.

 

Chris Harman: From Common Sense to Good Sense

292

21

jan 05

 

What is the role of complex ideas in the day to day struggle? Chris Harman, editor of International Socialism, explains.

 

Mike Davis: Happy Birthday Big Bill

292

23

jan 05

 

A hundred years ago the Industrial Workers of the World was formed and US bosses trembled.
Mike Davis commemorates the centenary of a high point in American socialist history.

 

Sabby Sagall: Democracy: Their System, Our Fight

292

24

jan 05

 

The democracy of our rulers is a pale reflection of the real thing, writes Sabby Sagall.

 

Michael Lavalette: Democracy: Getting Respect into our Councils

292

26

jan 05

 

Michael Lavalette tells of his puzzlement when first elected as a Respect councillor in Preston.

 

Brian Richardson: Bob Marley: Roots Revolutionary

292

27

jan 05

 

The 60th anniversary of Bob Marley's birth is a great opportunity to celebrate his inspirational music, writes Brian Richardson.

 

Barry Curtis: Letters: No smoking provokes ire

292

30

jan 05

 

Response to Andrew Stone: "The Drag Factor" (December SR).

 

Phil Hall: Letters: No smoking provokes ire

292

30

jan 05

 

Response to Andrew Stone: "The Drag Factor" (December SR).

 

Ian Birchall: Letters: No smoking provokes ire

292

30

jan 05

 

Response to Andrew Stone: "The Drag Factor" (December SR).

 

Dave Crouch: Letters: Dynamic Kiev

292

30

jan 05

 

Response to Chris Harman: "Neither Washington nor Moscow" (December SR).

 

Diverse: Letters: Stop the Searches (by Alison Krohn) (about Asbos)

292

31

jan 05

 

Response to Matt Foot: "Leave Our Kids Alone" (October SR).

 

Michael Rosen: Letters: Capital's Punishment

292

31

jan 05

 

Response to Moira Nolan's review of Al Pacino's Merchant of Venice (December SR).

 

Nick Howard: Letters: Spot the Difference (about Derrida)

292

31

jan 05

 

Response to Alex Callinicos: 'The Infinite Search' (November SR).

 

Richard Greeman: Letters: Women and Resistance in Iraq

292

31

jan 05

 

Response to Ian Birchall: 'Path of Greatest Resistance' (November SR).

 

Jane Hardy: Arts Review: 'We know we are beautiful' (Langston Hughes: "Simply Heavenly", Trafalgar Studios, London)

292

32

jan 05

 

Jane Hardy looks at the work of Harlem radical Langston Hughes.

 

Sarah Ensor: Arts Review: Films: View from a Gantry (Per Fly: "The Inheritance")

292

33

jan 05

 

Christophe Chataigné: Arts Review: Films: Remembrance of Things Past (Wong Kar Wai: "2046")

292

33

jan 05

 

Noel Halifax: Arts Review: Films: Alexander the Coy (Oliver Stone: "Alexander")

292

33

jan 05

 

About Alexander the Great

 

Gareth Jenkins: Arts Review: Films: Sharpe Satire, Soft Ending (Mira Nair: "Vanity Fair")

292

34

jan 05

 

Eamonn Kelly: Arts Review: DVD: Unfair and Unbalanced (Robert Greenwald: "Outfoxed")

292

34

jan 05

 

Nigel Davey: Arts Review: DVD: Inner Turmoil Turns Outwards (Jean Renoir: "Le Crime de Monsieur Lange", "La Grande Illusion" and "La Bête Humaine")

292

35

jan 05

 

Stephen Philip: Arts Review: Films: MovieNews

292

35

jan 05

 

Million Dollar Baby – Sideways – American Cinema 1967-1980 – A Very Long Engagement – Closer – Dear Frankie – Ray – Yasmin

 

Tom Foot: Arts Review: Music: Mesmerising Beats (Various: 'Peace Not War volume 2')

292

36

jan 05

 

Berit Kuennecke: Arts Review: Theatre – Coming Up

292

36

jan 05

 

A guide to forthcoming productions, compiled by Berit Kuennecke:
"Love, Sex and Cider" by Paul Charlton
"I'm a Fool to Want You" by Told by an Idiot
"Rutherford and Son" by Githa Sowerby
"A Minute Too Late" by Complicite
London International Mime Festival

 

Chanie Rosenberg: Books Review: The Fire First Time (Rosa Luxemburg: "The Mass Strike")

292

37

jan 05

 

Chanie Rosenberg rediscovers a revolutionary classic.

 

Kerri Parke: Books Review: Rock Around the Block (Reggie Nadelson: "Comrade Rockstar")

292

38

jan 05

 

Not many people in the West have heard of Dean Reed but during the Cold War he was a huge rock 'n' roll star behind the Iron Curtain.

 

Mubin Haq: Books Review: Behind The Myths about Muslims (Humayun Ansari: "The Infidel Within")

292

38

jan 05

 

Somewhere in the region of 1.6 to 2 million Muslims currently live in Britain, and Humayun Ansari explores their history over the past 200 years in this hefty volume.

 

Kate Fermont + Clare Fermont: Books Review: The Joy of Empathy (Michael Rosen and Quentin Blake: "Michael Rosen's Sad Book")

292

38

jan 05

 

Abdul-Nasser Baston: Books Review: The Power of Nightmares (Jason Burke: "Al Qaeda: The True Story")

292

39

jan 05

 

For all Jason Burke's meticulous research he fails to identify imperialism's role in the 'Al Qaida' phenomenon.

 

Sarah Ensor: Books Review: Bookbriefs

292

39

jan 05

 

Flushing out the detox books – Why civilisations collapse – Sharon and My Mother-in-Law – Profiting from Iraq – US politicians – Ursula Le Guin – Paul Foot on the vote

 

Adam Marks: Books Review: How Money Grows on Trees (Gordon Myers: 'Banana Wars')

292

40

jan 05

 

There has been an ongoing feud between the US and the European Union (EU), revolving round the banana trade.

 

Kate Connelly: Books Review: The Delights of Revolt (Theresa Urbainczyk: 'Spartacus')

292

40

jan 05

 

Mary Brodbin: Books Review: I Heard the News Today (Andrew Marr: 'My Trade')

292

40

jan 05

 

This book is an enjoyable and light-hearted trawl through the history of British journalism.

 

Mike Gonzalez: Books Review: Here With Us Still (Adam Feinstein: 'Pablo Neruda' + Pablo Neruda: 'Memoirs' + 'Selected Poems' + 'Isla Negra')

292

41

jan 05

 

There are very few poets of the 20th century who have made their voices heard in public places – but Pablo Neruda, the great Chilean writer, can claim his place among them.

 

Martin Empson: Martin's Web: A Novel Solution

292

43

jan 05

 

The burgeoning world of ebooks

 

Andrew Stone: Here Comes the Fear

292

44

jan 05

 

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