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Meena Menon: India – the great democracy gap

2064

 

18.8.07

 

Sixty years after independence India is being ravaged by neoliberalism and increasingly divided between rich and poor, writes activist Meena Menon.

 

Ian Birchall: Elvis Presley: an unlikely rebel

2064

 

18.8.07

 

The king of rock’n’roll, died 30 years ago this month. Ian Birchall looks at the contradictions and the tragedy of his life.

 

Cairo calling... one letter gets through picket lines

2064

 

18.8.07

 

When David Morrison, delivery rep at Islington in north London, read in Socialist Worker about a desperate strike by Egyptian postal workers (28 July), he sent a simple note of solidarity to Cairo.

 

Simon Assaf: Chaos in Iraq as occupation fails

2064

 

18.8.07

 

As Iraqi casualties jump by a third, Gordon Brown insists British troops stay in Iraq. Simon Assaf looks at the desperate situation for ordinary Iraqis

 

Simon Assaf: Civilian casualties accelerate in Afghanistan

2064

 

18.8.07

 

The occupation in Afghanistan is heading towards disaster.

 

Alex Callinicos: Dancing while the economy falls

2064

 

18.8.07

 

What's started to happen to global financial markets is very serious. Also, to anyone who knows the history of capitalism, it’s very familiar.

 

Lewisham 1977: the day we turned the tide on the Nazi National Front

2064

 

18.8.07

 

Thirty years ago this week the apparently unstoppable rise of the Nazi National Front (NF) met a serious challenge. On Saturday 13 August 1977 a Nazi march through Lewisham in south London faced a counter demonstration by thousands of anti-fascists. The fascists’ march was stopped.

 

Charlie Hore: Modern China: Mao Zedong and the Chinese Revolution

2064

 

18.8.07

 

In the first part of our new series Charlie Hore looks at the impact of the Communist Party’s victory.

 

Julie-Ann Davies: The Official Secrets Act, the ‘war on terror’ and justice

2064

 

18.8.07

 

The recent Official Secrets Act trial shows how the ‘war on terror’ is used to attack the public’s right to know.

 

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