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Der blev fundet 26 artikler

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Socialist Review 313: Content

313

3

jan 07

 

Noel Douglas: State of the Art: Torture Couture

313

2

jan 07

 

Post-9/11, there's a trend towards combining torture and pornography.

 

China Miéville: Opening Shots: The Struggle for Intergalactic Socialism

313

4

jan 07

 

The desire to meet "higher lifeforms" is just another expression of enthusiasm for socialism from above – way above.

 

Anne Ashford: Interview: Defeat: Why Bush Cannot Win the War in Iraq

313

6

jan 07

 

For George Bush "staying the course" remains the order of the day but for most people the war is already lost. Anne Ashford spoke to award winning Iraq correspondent, Patrick Cockburn, and Iraqi exile Sami Ramadani about the resistance, the roots of sectarian violence and about "exit strategies" for the occupiers.

 

Chris Nineham: Either Way, They Lose

313

11

jan 07

 

By sending thousands more troops to Baghdad, Bush and the neocons have shown their inability to accept defeat but, argues Chris Nineham, the move will expand tensions at home.

 

Donny Gluckstein: Crime: Capital's Punishment

313

12

jan 07

 

Politicians and the media have whipped themselves up into a frenzy over the question of crime, and the solutions they put forward involve ever more draconian measures. Donny Gluckstein discusses why inequality, desperation and alienation are key to understanding why capitalism is the primary cause of criminal behaviour.

 

Lindsey German: In My Opinion: A Day to Remember

313

17

jan 07

 

The scale and methods of the Nazi genocide of Jewish people make it a politically unique event that deserves a special day of memorial.

 

Pete Glatter: Russia: Rising from the East?

313

18

jan 07

 

A few years ago post Communist Russia was commonly dismissed as a basket case, argues Pete Glatter, but today fear of a resurgent Russia is driving a new agenda.

 

Paul Martial: Foreign Intervention: France – Wishing You Weren't Here

313

20

jan 07

 

France is intervening in two African countries, using troops and fighter aircraft to defend the regimes in Chad and the Central African Republic (CAR) from rebel forces. The interventions come without any debate in the French parliament.

 

Mushtuq Husain: Bangladesh: Sweatshop Workers Turn Up the Heat

313

21

jan 07

 

As I write, the streets of Dhaka, the capital city, are filled with protesters fighting the police. The air is thick with the acrid smell of tear gas and the city is paralysed by a general strike.

 

Dave Treece: Brazil: Fighting for the Right to be Black

313

22

jan 07

 

"We're not Racists: A Response to Those Who Want to Turn Us into a Bi-Coloured Nation." So reads the provocative title of a recent contribution to the debate on race relations in Brazil, by Ali Kamel, executive director of journalism for the Globo media network.

 

John Rose: Palestine: Fatah, Hamas, Israel and the West

313

23

jan 07

 

In the last weeks of 2006 Palestinian Authority (PA) chairman Mahmoud Abbas and his Fatah faction finally launched their much anticipated attempted coup against the democratically elected Palestinian cabinet headed by the Islamic organisation Hamas and prime minister Ismail Haniyeh.

 

Sabby Sagall: Palestine: Attacks on Hamas

313

 

jan 07

 

Palestine in 2006 was dominated by a single event: the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas's overwhelming victory in last January's general elections.
(Only on website – not in printed edition.)

 

Khaled Hroub: The Palestinian Unity Government: An Overdue Consensual Strategy?

313

 

jan 07

 

The tormented birth of the Palestinian national unity government could mark a truly new phase in the Palestinian struggle for self-determination.
(Only on website – not in printed edition.)
Khaled Hroub is the author of Hamas: A Beginner's Guide, published by Pluto Press and reviewed in this issue.

 

Naz Massoumi: Alternative Iran

313

24

jan 07

 

Stereotypes of Iranian society see a cowed population dominated by "mad mullahs". Naz Massoumi takes a look at new books which challenge the myths.

 

Ken Olende: Bank Job

313

26

jan 07

 

Review of "Looting Africa", Patrick Bond, Zed Books £12.99

 

Ingrid Ericson: Behind the Lies

313

26

jan 07

 

Review of "Hamas: A Beginner's Guide", Khaled Hroub, Pluto £11.99

 

Mike Gonzalez: Pulp Fiction

313

27

jan 07

 

Review of "The Uncomfortable Dead", Subcomandante Marcos and Paco Ignacio Taibo, Serpent's Tail £7.99

 

Owen Hatherley: Bricks, No Mortar

313

27

jan 07

 

Review of "Estates", Lynsey Hanley, Granta Books £12.00

 

Mike Wayne: Documentary: Lives under Occupation

313

28

jan 07

 

Review of "Iraq in Fragments", Director: James Longley

 

Sally Campbell: Empty Pages

313

29

jan 07

 

Review of "Black Book", Director: Paul Verhoeven

 

Markan Kimathi: Slick but Flawed

313

29

jan 07

 

Review of "The Last King Of Scotland", Director: Kevin Macdonald

 

Kelly Hilditch: Theatre: Breaking All the Rules

313

30

jan 07

 

Martin Crimp, one of the most innovative playwrights to emerge in Britain in the past 20 years, spoke to Kelly Hilditch about the revival of his play Attempts on her Life.

 

Brian Richardson: Comment: James Brown – Doing it to Death

313

31

jan 07

 

In life James Brown was a consummate entertainer whose live performances were the stuff of legend. It seems almost typical of the old showman that he finally bowed out on 25 December 2006.

 

Yuri Prasad: SR: A Change is Gonna Come

313

31

jan 07

 

SR is changing. After a year of being a supplement to Socialist Worker, it is to return to being a separate publication, with its own editorial and distribution team.

 

Chris Harman: Last Word: What Lies Behind the Health Service 'Reforms'

313

32

jan 07

 

There is enormous opposition to New Labour's "reforms" of the health service. But there is not usually the same level of understanding of what lies behind them.

 

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