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Der blev fundet 23 artikler

Fra Socialist Review nr. 319

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nov 07

 

Mike Gonzalez: Review: Henry Moore – Kew Gardens

319

2

nov 07

 

The sculptures of Henry Moore are built on a paradox. The sheer weight of his sculptures, their navoidable mass, is contradicted by their lightness and the air that circulates in and through them.

 

Editorial

319

3

nov 07

 

Patrick Acureuil: Frontlines: Gunning for profits

319

4

nov 07

 

On 16 September 17 Iraqi civilians were killed by Blackwater contractors on a convoy escort operation. This brought the name of this private security company (PSC) into international news. The incident was neither unexpected nor unique, but the ensuing debate certainly was.

 

Peter Bearder: Frontlines: Unlikely partners

319

4

nov 07

 

The peculiar marriage between Hugo Chavez and Bush's man in the Americas – President Uribe of Colombia – has onlookers scratching their heads.

 

Patrick Ward: Frontlines: Parliamentary privileges

319

5

nov 07

 

MPs have just been awarded an extra four days of holiday for 2008, taking their total to 91.

 

Frontlines: Prisons by numbers

319

5

nov 07

 

81,135 – Number of prisoners held in England and Wales today, leaving just 780 spaces
55,281 – Average number of prisoners in 1996
40% – Women prisoners who have previously attempted suicide
59% – Prisoners reoffending within two years of release

 

Rada Leu: Frontlines: Sarkozy's raids of the playgrounds

319

6

nov 07

 

At the recent inauguration of a Moscow memorial to the victims of the gulag Nicolas Sarkozy made a fervent speech about the importance of human rights, underlining the necessity of interaction between authorities and population.

 

Patrick Ward: Frontlines: The Conservative Future isn't so bright

319

7

nov 07

 

Last month, stories about naively bigoted Tories hit the newsstands quicker than you could say "political correctness gone mad".

 

Patrick Ward: Frontlines: Intergalactic market

319

7

nov 07

 

If you want to boldly go where no market has gone before you'll need a way to pay for it.

 

Lindsey German: In my view: The grotesque bargain

319

7

nov 07

 

Last month Gordon Brown became the nearly man. The debacle of his preparing for an election and then pulling back from it has confused and demoralised his own side, and given the Tories a major political advantage.

 

Penny Howard: Feedback: Anthropologists of the world, unite!

319

8

nov 07

 

Chris Harman laments the historical "role of most British anthropology as the handmaiden of colonialism" (In Perspective, Socialist Review, October 2007).
Readers may be pleased to know that today's social anthropologists are not making the same mistakes.

 

Andy Abel: Feedback: Tribal loyalty

319

8

nov 07

 

Chris Harman's decision to watch BBC's Tribe may have been prompted purely by the dismal alternatives on offer at the time, but his column about it (In Perspective, Socialist Review, October 2007) showed how key political theories can be highlighted by reference to mainstream cultural forms.

 

Sam Robson: Feedback: Guilty men

319

8

nov 07

 

Paul Haste's article on the development of a left alternative in Colombia was really inspiring (Letter from Colombia, Socialist Review, September 2007).

 

Tony Phillips: Feedback: Dispatches from the workplace

319

8

nov 07

 

We live in times of great opportunities for the left. Wide layers of workers and activists around us are demanding increasingly sophisticated explanations and arguments about the way forward.

 

Manel Ros: Letter from ...: Spain

319

9

nov 07

 

As the Spanish state goes on the offensive against the Basque left and ETA, Manel Ros reports on developments since the ETA ceasefire ended in June.

 

Charlie Kimber: The politics of the post strike

319

10

nov 07

 

The postal workers' strikes have seen 130,000 workers taking action, with picket lines in every town and city across the country. Charlie Kimber looks at the impact of the dispute and how the political fallout has led many union members to question trade union links with the Labour Party.

 

Chris Harman: In perspective: Rate of profit warning

319

13

nov 07

 

No one can predict whether the recent financial crises will develop into a proper recession.

 

Jonathan Neale + Patrick Ward: Afghanistan: the other lost war

319

14

nov 07

 

Against the backdrop of failure in Iraq, Afghanistan is often promoted as the enduringly justifiable, and winnable, war. Jonathan Neale explains why this is not the case, while former US infantryman Johnny Rico speaks out about his experiences on the Afghan frontline.

 

Hannah Dee + Martin Smith: Playing for the Moment

319

18

nov 07

 

The Bays are one of the most exciting bands in Britain, with an innovative and unique sound. Yet you won't find their music in record shops. Band member Simon Richmond talks to Hannah Dee and Martin Smith.

 

John Parrington: Science: From great to disgrace

319

21

nov 07

 

When Nobel prize winner James Watson made racist comments about black people and intelligence last month, he was using his scientific credentials to legitimise bigotry.

 

Weyman Bennett: A-Z of Socialism: F is for Fascism

319

22

nov 07

 

Fascism is so often used as an insult that any real analysis of its specific meaning is often obscured.

 

John Newsinger: Reviews: The Decline and Fall of the British Empire

319

23

nov 07

 

The Decline and Fall of the British Empire by Piers Brendon is published by Jonathan Cape, £25.
At a time when Gordon Brown is cynically taking up the cause of Darfur in a vain attempt to find some moral high ground for New Labour to occupy, it is worth remembering the British Empire's record in the same region.

 

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