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Fra Socialist Review nr. 298

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jul 05

 

Editorial: Life Before Debt

298

4

jul 05

 

It wasn't long ago that the world's leaders could meet for conferences in glorious isolation. The anti-capitalist protests of the last few years have changed all that. Now the scandal of global poverty mobilises an immense, angry movement.

 

Editorial: Feeding the Dogs of War

298

4

jul 05

 

The latest US military offensive, codenamed 'Operation Spear' and supported by British warplanes, on the so called 'village' of Karabila near the Syrian border left dozens dead and many more injured.

 

Ian Rappel: Fight the Power (Interview with Noam Chomsky about G8)

298

5

jul 05

 

Noam Chomsky speaks to Ian Rappel about resisting the G8.

 

Alex Callinicos: The No's Have It

298

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jul 05

 

Alex Callinicos examines the problems facing Europe's ruling class.

 

Chris Harman: The Bolivian Uprising

298

12

jul 05

 

The actuality of revolution in the 21st century. That was what was on display on the streets of Bolivia's capital, La Paz, last month.

 

Diverse: Letters: Step Up the Campaigning (by Oliver Swingler)

298

16

jul 05

 

Thanks for Tim Webb's excellent article on Britain's nuclear proliferation (June SR).

 

Diverse: Letters: Spirit of their Dream (Egypt) (by Howayda Taha)

298

16

jul 05

 

Many questions were raised in my mind when I read Phil Marshall's article 'Egypt: Enough is Enough' (May SR).
Howayda Taha is with Al Quds Al Arabi newspaper, Qatar

 

Diverse: Letters: Breaking the Stalemate (Western Sahara) (by Toby Shelley)

298

16

jul 05

 

I would like to thank Naomi James for her review of my book on the Western Sahara (SR, June 2005) but may I make one correction and one important clarification?

 

Pete Glatter: Letters: Tender Love and Care (Frida Kahlo)

298

16

jul 05

 

I'd like to add a few points to the article by Mike Gonzalez on Frida Kahlo (June SR).

 

Andrew Stone + Mary Black: Ecology against Capitalism: Nuclear Reaction

298

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jul 05

 

Mary Black and Andrew Stone attack New Labour's desire for a nuclear renaissance.

 

Jonathan Neale: Ecology against Capitalism: Put the Heat on Governments

298

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jul 05

 

We can deal with the challenge of climate change, argues Jonathan Neale.

 

Mike Davis: Ecology against Capitalism: Slum Ecology

298

23

jul 05

 

Urban poverty and climatic hazards are a deadly cocktail for millions, as Mike Davis explains.

 

Hassan Mahamdallie: To Fight Chauvinism Everywhere (Interview) (Mark Naison: "Communists in Harlem")

298

 

jul 05

 

Communists in Harlem, just republished, is the celebrated account of the relationship between communism and the black struggle in the US. Hassan Mahamdallie speaks to its author Mark Naison.

 

Ruairidh MacLean: Arts Review: Exultation/Blaxplotation

298

31

jul 05

 

Ruairidh MacLean on black pride in the arts.

 

Tom Jenkins: Arts Review: Exhibition:: Flower Power ("Summer of Love – Art of the Psychedelic Era", Liverpool Tate)

298

32

jul 05

 

Alvin Ross Carpio (A.R.C),: Arts Review: Music: Life of Grime ("East London Explosion")

298

32

jul 05

 

Music has always given a voice to the people. It has also been abused as a tool for power, money and fame. In east London music is a means to both ends. It has been used to spread political messages and has also been a gateway out of the run down streets of London's East End.

 

Mark Brown: Arts Review: Theatre: Building Blocs of Resistance ("Black Sun Over Genoa" by Theatre Workshop and "Tipping Point" by Davey Anderson)

298

33

jul 05

 

Stephen Philip: Arts Review: MovieNews

298

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jul 05

 

Morag McDonald: Arts Review: Theatre: An Inspector Calls ("The UN Inspector" by David Farr, National Theatre, London)

298

34

jul 05

 

In Gogol's The Government Inspector, provincial officials mistake a conman for a tsarist government inspector. One hundred and seventy years later David Farr's free adaptation, The UN Inspector, takes on their political descendants, as the corrupt dictatorship of an ex-Soviet republic make a similar error, mistaking an opportunistic businessman for a UN inspector.

 

Sabby Sagall: Arts Review: Theatre: Between Dreams and Injustices ("'Death of a Salesman" by Arthur Miller, Lyric Theatre, London)

298

34

jul 05

 

It is fitting that a few months after Arthur Miller's death we should have the opportunity to revisit the play widely regarded as his greatest.

 

Gareth Jenkins: Arts Review: Film: Money and Market Reign Supreme ("The Last Mitterrand", director Robert Guédiguian)

298

34

jul 05

 

Chris Nineham: Arts Review: Film: Fishing for Truth ("Silver City', director John Sayles)

298

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jul 05

 

Naz Massoumi: Arts Review: Film: Rules to be Broken ("Punishment Park', director Peter Watkins)

298

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jul 05

 

Emma Bircham: Arts Review: Film: Human Traffic ("Crach", director Paul Harris)

298

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jul 05

 

Tim Sanders: Books Review: The Very Good Years (Martin Smith: "Frank Sinatra: When Ol' Blue Eyes was a Red")

298

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jul 05

 

Tim Sanders discovers the radical Sinatra.

 

Ian Taylor: Books Review: Fighting Talk (Tariq Ali and David Barsamian: "Conversations with Tariq Ali")

298

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jul 05

 

In a world of war and empire the voice of Tariq Ali could not be more welcome. This volume of interviews, conducted between November 2001 and late 2004, offers a dissection of US imperialism – its history, its strategy, its flunkies – and the resistance it provokes.

 

Kevin Devine: Books Review: A Statement of Revolution (Ian Birchall: "A Rebel's Guide to Lenin")

298

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jul 05

 

Ghada Karmi: Books Review: The Side of Justice (Michael Warschawski: "On the Border")

298

38

jul 05

 

Liv Lewitschnik: Books Review: The Price of Fashion (Amaranta Wright: "Ripped and Torn")

298

39

jul 05

 

Tom Wall: Books Review: Vilified Voices (Caroline Moorehead: "Human Cargo")

298

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jul 05

 

Tony Staunton: Books Review: Lives, Lies and Statistics (Simon Briscoe: "Britain in numbers")

298

40

jul 05

 

Judy Cox: Books Review: A Novel Detective (Paco Ignacio Taibo II: "An Easy Thing")

298

40

jul 05

 

Keith Flett: Books Review: Tribune of Labour's Left (Clare Beckett and Francis Beckett: "Bevan")

298

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jul 05

 

Nye Bevan (1897-1960) was perhaps the best known figure of the Labour left in the 20th century.

 

John Maunder: Books Review: University Reds (Jim Downs and Jennifer Manion (eds.): "Taking Back the Academy")

298

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jul 05

 

Ron Senchak: Books Review: The Horror Last Time (Jonathan Neale: "The American War")

298

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jul 05

 

The Vietnamese called it the American War, the invasion and occupation of their country.

 

Ben Morris: Books Review: Checks and Balances (Alastair J. Reid: "United We Stand. A History of Britain's Trade Unions")

298

42

jul 05

 

Martin Empson: Martin's Web: Blogging Off

298

43

jul 05

 

Be careful what you reveal about your workplace.

 

Andrew Stone: By jingo

298

32

jul 05

 

Britain's empire is nothing to be proud of.

 

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