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Fra Socialist Review nr. 299

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299

3

sep 05

 

Editorial: Keeping Up the Pressure

299

5

sep 05

 

Is George Bush facing 'tipping point' over the war in Iraq – the point when the majority of US opinion turns finally and permanently against the war?

 

Nothing but Contempt

299

5

sep 05

 

As if the murder of Jean Charles de Menezes, the innocent Brazilian man shot at Stockwell tube on 22 July by the Metropolitan Police, was not shocking enough, the behaviour of the police since has been appalling.

 

Lindsey German: The Challenge for the Anti-War Movement

299

6

sep 05

 

Recent events make it even more important for anti-war protesters to take to the streets, argues Lindsey German.

 

Peter Morgan: 'The Thrashing Around of the Beast'

299

8

sep 05

 

American journalist and writer Mark Danner explains to Peter Morgan why support for the Bush administration is slipping.

 

Walden Bello + John Rees: US Imperialism: The Cracks in the US Machine

299

12

sep 05

 

Behind the military superiority of the US empire lie major weaknesses. Walden Bello and John Rees discuss the problems facing America's rulers.

 

The Walrus: Heathrow Dispute: Bring the Bosses Down to Earth

299

16

sep 05

 

Strikes and solidarity are needed to bring the Gate Gourmet bosses' union busting operation to a standstill, argues The Walrus.

 

Jimmy Ross: Letters: The Legacy of Gleneagles

299

18

sep 05

 

In last month's Socialist Review Noam Chomsky challenged the agenda of the G8 summit in Gleneagles ('Our World is Not for Sale').

 

Diverse: Letters: Media's Cultural Offensive (by Dave Weltman)

299

18

sep 05

 

Hassan Mahamdallie's interview with the author of Communists in Harlem (July/August SR) usefully shows how objective racist divisions and inequalities in the US in the 1930s were supported by deep-rooted sensitivities and strictures concerning social mixing.

 

Diverse: Letters: Coming Together against Racism (by Adam Kelwick)

299

18

sep 05

 

Like every other person who stands for peace, my heart dropped and I had a huge lump in my throat when I heard the news about the explosions in London on 7 July.

 

Diverse: Letters: Hiroshima Hypocrisy (by Eddie McDonnell)

299

19

sep 05

 

'Blair now wants to start a new nuclear missile programme', wrote Mary Black and Andrew Stone (July/August SR).

 

Dave Crouch: Letters: Profiting from Poverty

299

19

sep 05

 

The strongest arguments for socialism are the simplest ones.

 

Susan Weissman: Obituary: 'In the Tail of Trotsky's Comet' (Vlady Kibalchich)

299

20

sep 05

 

Susan Weissman pays tribute to the Mexican artist and son of Victor Serge, Vlady Kibalchich, who died recently.

 

Mike Davis: Evil Paradise (Dubai)

299

23

sep 05

 

Mike Davis asks if the road to the future ends at Dubai.

 

Peyman Jafari: The Other Iran

299

26

sep 05

 

Peyman Jafari examines Iran's recent history of struggle, and looks at the challenges facing activists today.

 

Naz Massoumi: Iran: A Cinema Born Out of Poetry and Resistance

299

28

sep 05

 

Iranian films reflect the contradictions of their society, argues Naz Massoumi.

 

Chris Harman: Global Faultlines

299

30

sep 05

 

Chris Harman identifies three problems facing global capitalism.

 

Xanthe Whittaker: Arts Review: Film: Beneath the Veneer of the American Dream (David Cronenberg: "A History of Violence")

299

31

sep 05

 

David Cronenberg takes a disturbing look at violence in the US, says Xanthe Whittaker.

 

Mark Butcher: Arts Review: Film: Wandering Around Like Zombies (George A. Romero: "Land of the Dead")

299

32

sep 05

 

Review of 'Land of the Dead', director George A. Romero.

 

Sarah Ensor: Arts Review: Film: The Famous Five (Joe Wright: "Pride and Prejudice")

299

32

sep 05

 

Review of 'Pride and Prejudice', director Joe Wright.

 

Pete Glatter: Arts Review: Film: Everything is Not What it Seem (Ilya Khrzhanovsky: "4 (Chetyre)")

299

33

sep 05

 

Review of '4 (Chetyre)', director Ilya Khrzhanovsky.

 

Alan Miles: Arts Review: Film: Inspiring a New Generation (Alan Miles: "Who Shot The Sheriff?")

299

33

sep 05

 

Alan Miles introduces his new film about Rock against Racism.

 

Stephen Philip: Arts Review: Movienews

299

33

sep 05

 

Blockbusters stall – Film funding in France and Italy – Two new British movies

 

Pat Stack: Arts Review: DVD: Making Waves (Peter Lennon: "Rocky Road to Dublin" + Paul Duane: "The Making of Rocky Road")

299

34

sep 05

 

Review of 'The Making of Rocky Road', director Paul Duane and 'Rocky Road to Dublin', director Peter Lennon.

 

Clare Fermont: Arts Review: DVD: Life in the Fast Lane (Fatih Akin: "Head-On")

299

35

sep 05

 

Review of 'Head-On', director Fatih Akin.

 

Keith McKenna: Arts Review: Theatre: Flick the Switch (Riot Group: "Switch Triptych") (interview)

299

35

sep 05

 

America's Riot Group have returned to Britain with their new play Switch Triptych, a bleak expressionist take on the replacement of women telephonists by machines. Two years ago they performed the anti-war play Pugilist Specialist to packed houses across Britain. The group's writer and director Adriano Shaplin talked to Keith McKenna about their work.

 

Keith McKenna: Arts Review: Theatre: Mainstream News and Fringe Theatre (Edinburgh Fringe Roundup)

299

35

sep 05

 

Edinburgh Fringe Roundup

 

Peter Segal: Arts Review: Music: He is Something Else! (Ornette Coleman)

299

36

sep 05

 

Ornette Coleman celebrated his 75th birthday by playing a series of concerts in England recently. Peter Segal looks at his life and work.

 

Ian Rappel: Books Review: The Year of the Rooster (Mike Davis: "The Monster at Our Door")

299

37

sep 05

 

Avian flu could kill millions, says Ian Rappel.

 

Chris Bambery: Books Review: Rising to the Challenge (Charles Townshend: "Easter 1916")

299

38

sep 05

 

Ever since Easter Monday 1916, when James Connolly gave the order to 'wheel left' and rebel units occupied Dublin's General Post Office, there has been a constant debate about the Easter Rising.
Review of 'Easter 1916', Charles Townshend, Penguin £20

 

Rebecca Pitt: Books Review: Freedom and Responsibility (Lisa Appignanesi: "Simone de Beauvoir")

299

38

sep 05

 

Review of 'Simone de Beauvoir', Lisa Appignanesi, Haus Publishing £9.99.

 

Chanie Rosenberg: Books Review: Hero or Sneak? (Catriona Kelly: "Comrade Pavlik")

299

38

sep 05

 

Review of 'Comrade Pavlik', Catriona Kelly, Granta £17.99.

 

Christophe Chataigné: Books Review: Digging for the Truth (Mark Danner: "The Massacre at El Mozote")

299

39

sep 05

 

Review of 'The Massacre at El Mozote', Mark Danner, Granta £8.99.

 

Mike Haynes: Books Review: Back in the Ex-USSR (Andrew Wilson: "Virtual Politics")

299

39

sep 05

 

Review of 'Virtual Politics', Andrew Wilson, Yale University Press £20.

 

Colin Wilson: Books Review: King of the Castle (Emmanuel Carrère: "'I Am Alive and You Are Dead") (Biography about Philip K. Dick)

299

40

sep 05

 

Review of 'I Am Alive and You Are Dead', Emmanuel Carrère, Bloomsbury £17.99.

 

Tom Behan: Books Review: Anything Goes (Geoff Andrews: "Not A Normal Country") (about Italy)

299

40

sep 05

 

Review of 'Not A Normal Country', Geoff Andrews, Pluto Press £15.99.

 

Charlie Hore: Books Review: The Great Leap Forward (John Gittings: "The Changing Face of China")

299

41

sep 05

 

Review of 'The Changing Face of China', John Gittings, Oxford University Press £18.99.

 

Sabby Sagall: Books Review: Frayed at the Edges (Jacqueline Rose: "The Question of Zion")

299

41

sep 05

 

Review of 'The Question of Zion', Jacqueline Rose, Princeton University Press £12.99.

 

Michael McDonnell: Books Review: Rhetoric and Practice (Tony Evans: "The Politics of Human Rights")

299

42

sep 05

 

Review of 'The Politics of Human Rights', Tony Evans, Pluto Press £14.99.

 

Ian Birchall: Books Review: Well Meaning but Misguided (David Andress: "The Terror") (French Revolution 1790s)

299

42

sep 05

 

Review of 'The Terror', David Andress, Little, Brown £20.00.

 

Martin Empson: Martin's Web: We Know Where You Live (Google Earth)

299

43

sep 05

 

Google's new software makes the world smaller.

 

Andrew Stone: Not a Level Playing Field

299

44

sep 05

 

Andrew Stone considers the politics of cricket.

 

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