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Independent opposition to the IMF

(To be published in Arabic for Arabi21)

On October 9th, the IMF was scheduled to announce the release of the first tranche of money from a $12 billion loan to Egypt.  545 more words

Tory conference: donning a Trumpian mask

Seb Cooke assesses the changes and continuities in Tory policy following Theresa May’s first conference as leader, and what this means for the left.

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by Rhys Jolley previously published here

“Jeremy Corbyn is not a leader”, the cry goes out, “he’ll destroy the Labour Party. Replace him!” Media pundits and plants repeat this mantra daily.

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Posted below is the Shadow Foreign Secretary, Emily Thornberry’s letter to her constituents which paints a very different picture to that presented by former members of the shadow cabinet who took part in the staged walkout of the coup.  

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المُلك الجَبري وطَرائِقُهُ                         Mulk Jabryy and its modalities

على الرغم من ادعاء العكس، إلا أننا نشهد صعودًا ملحوظًا في صنوف السيطرة السلطوية خلال العقود الماضية، مع تحول شامل للسلطة من كونها في مؤسسات ديمقراطية (أو مؤهلة أن تكون ديمقراطية) إلى كونها مؤسسات شمولية.


Neoliberalism and De-democratization in Greece

Public discourse of neoliberalism often fails to appreciate the extent to which it entails not a simple process of de-regulation, but rather, a process of pro-market… 2,433 more words

 A Daring Prediction “New Labour is Finished”

By Martin Odoni:

Previously Published here:  The Great Critique

I am reminded of Genady Yenaev.

If that name is unfamiliar to you, twenty-five years ago, during the dying months of the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics, President Mikhail Gorbachev was briefly overthrown in a coup, or ‘putsch’, by hardline Communists.

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