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Alex Callinicos: Crisis that has roots in politics: What's behind the crisis in Respect?

2076

4

10.11.07

 

It is too early to be able to assess the full impact of the breakaway from Respect launched last weekend by George Galloway and his associates.

 

Chris Bambery: Desperate moves fail to block Respect conference

2076

4

10.11.07

 

Respect’s annual national conference is going ahead on Saturday of next week – despite attempts to prevent it from happening.

 

Discussing the way forward for the left in Britain

2076

4

10.11.07

 

Over 250 people attended a national council of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) last Saturday to discuss the crisis engulfing Respect and the way forward for the left in Britain.

 

Respect: Salvinder Dhillon: ‘We stand for all workers’

2076

4

10.11.07

 

Salvinder Dhillon has stood for Respect in Ealing Southall and Southall Green in west London, coming second to Labour in last year’s local elections. He is a Respect candidate for the London assembly.

 

Ken Olende: Immigration: The economic roots of mass migration

2076

6

10.11.07

 

In the first part of our series on immigration, Ken Olende looks at the dilemma immigration poses to capital

 

Martin Empson: Gordon Brown won’t solve the energy crisis

2076

6

10.11.07

 

Britain may face energy shortages this winter. Martin Empson argues that the current panic is part of a bigger crisis in New Labour’s energy policy.

 

Matthew Cookson: Doreen Massey interview: London – living for the City

2076

8

10.11.07

 

New Labour lauds London as a 'wealth creating centre' – but Doreen Massey argues that an elite is enriching itself at the expense of the rest of the city. She spoke to Matthew Cookson about her new book, World City

 

John Riddell: The Comintern: The united front: ground for common work

2076

9

10.11.07

 

In our continuing series on the Communist International, John Riddell, the pre-eminent historian of the International, looks at how revolutionaries can make alliances with trade unions and reformist organisations.

 

Socialist Worker (UK): Editorial: The political reasons for the division in Respect

2076

12

10.11.07

 

Splits in left wing organisations are ugly, messy affairs. From a distance it can look like nothing more than a confused jumble of claims and counterclaims – a “pointless argument” about egos or trivial details.

 

Andrew Stone: The Putney debates: Visions of democracy

2076

13

10.11.07

 

In the midst of the English Revolution some 360 years ago, radical anti-royalists outlined their plans for a new egalitarian society. Andrew Stone looks back at the legacy of the Putney Debates

 

Esme Choonara: Protesters defy Pakistan's dictator General Musharraf

2076

16

10.11.07

 

Socialist Worker went to press just three days after Musharraf declared a state of emergency in Pakistan, but already several thousand human rights activists, lawyers and left wing campaigners had been arrested.

 

Riaz Ahmed: Pakistan crisis: Eyewitness report from Karachi

2076

16

10.11.07

 

Within 24 hours of it being declared, over 200 people defied the state of emergency to gather on the steps of the Karachi press club.

 

Stop the War: A conference to unite the world against war

2076

16

10.11.07

 

The Stop the War Coalition is hosting the World Against War conference to plan our response if Iran is attacked. The conference will bring together delegates from across Britain and the world.

 

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