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Anindya Bhattacharyya: Tibet protest: Flame of anger at crackdown

2096

3

12.4.08

 

The Olympic flame relay through London last Sunday descended into an embarrassing farce for both the Chinese and the British authorities as the televised event was dogged by protests against China's brutal crackdown in Tibet.

 

Alex Callinicos: Beginning of the end for Mugabe

2096

4

12.4.08

 

The outcome of Zimbabwe's elections remains shrouded in uncertainty. But one thing is clear. The country's politics remains dominated, as it has been for the last decade, by the struggle for power between the regime of Robert Mugabe and the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC).

 

Matthew Cookson: Zimbabwe vote puts the country at the crossroads

2096

4

12.4.08

 

The vote of the people of Zimbabwe against president Robert Mugabe and his Zanu-PF party has shown the desire for change in the southern African country.

 

Yuri Prasad: Pakistan: Beating of Dr Riaz Ahmed sparks protests against Musharraf's regime

2096

4

12.4.08

 

The savage beating of democracy activist Riaz Ahmed by armed police last week is a mark of how little has changed in Pakistan since February's election rebuffed US-backed dictator Pervez Musharraf.

 

Sadie Robinson: Fight Back 24 April: Across Britain, workers prepare for mass strike

2096

5

12.4.08

 

Thursday 24 April – "Fightback Thursday" – is set to pose a serious challenge to the government, with up to half a million workers across different unions preparing to strike over pay.

 

Jamie Allinson: Revolution from above: How Bismarck won Germany's unification

2096

6

12.4.08

 

Why did a Prussian aristocrat succeed where the liberal business class failed? asks Jamie Allinson in the second of his four part series.

 

Esme Choonara: Women in custody: A shameful record of deaths in prison

2096

6

12.4.08

 

The treatment of women in English prisons is "shameful, deplorable and life-threatening", says Marissa Sandler, co-author of Dying On The Inside, a new report into the deaths of women in prison.

 

Simon Basketter: London's working poor

2096

8

12.4.08

 

The capital's wealth comes at a huge cost to workers and their families, but neither New Labour nor the Tories offer any real solutions

 

Editorial: Olympics: Competition in sport reflects capitalism

2096

11

12.4.08

 

The protests that greeted the Olympic torch in London and Paris have re-ignited a debate about whether you can keep politics out of sport. The simple answer is no. As George Orwell famously wrote, sport "is war minus the shooting".

 

Maina van der Zwan: Geert Wilders’ Fitna: Islamophobia on film

2096

11

12.4.08

 

Behind a film from Dutch politician Geert Wilders lies a system that has let racism into the mainstream, writes Maina van der Zwan

 

Esme Choonara + Sadie Robinson: Hungry for change: the scandal of rising food prices

2096

12

12.4.08

 

As the spiralling cost of food hits the poorest, Sadie Robinson and Esme Choonara ask why we suffer from famine in a world of plenty

 

Simon Assaf: Egypt's workers defy repression in Mahalla

2096

16

12.4.08

 

Tens of thousands of Egyptians faced down murderous repression in a historic show of defiance.

 

Solidarity statement of Egypt's Centre for Socialist Studies

2096

16

12.4.08

 

In light of recent events in Egypt, the Centre for Socialist Studies calls on supporters of freedom and justice everywhere in the world to show their support for victims of repression at the hands of Hosni Mubarak's regime.

 

US won't leave Iraq

2096

16

12.4.08

 

An occupation without limit and a war without end. This is the message coming out of Britain and the US following the recent uprising by Iraqis.

 

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