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A new women’s movement to fight the ‘new sexism’

We need a new women’s movement based on both gender and class politics, argues Jo Cassidy…

Libya – the struggle continues

Gaddafi has been toppled from power, but the fight for the future of Libya continues. Dave Stockton looks at the growing conflicts amongst the anti-Gaddafi forces.…

Troy Davis: murdered by the state of Georgia

The state of Georgia has carried out a modern day lynching,, writes Jeff Albertson…

India: carworkers fight back

Indian car workers have taken off the breaks in the struggle against management, by Ahsan Raza The city of Gurgaon symbolises India’s economic boom. Twenty miles from New Delhi, its…

Nepal gets new Prime Minister but deeper problems remain

The new Prime Minister of Nepal won’t be able to change the problems affecting the country, writes Rajesh Thapa…

Pakistani trade unionists facing repression

Shehzad Arshad from Revolutionary Socialist Movement, Pakistan, reports on the struggle of the electrical company workers in Karachi against their bosses and company thugs…

Film review: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

“There is a mole at the top of the circus…”…

The challenge of Capitalist Realism – rebuilding faith in a radical alternative

Mark Fisher, cultural critic, author of Capitalist Realism (Zero Books: 2009) and a lecturer at Goldsmiths and the University of East London, spoke to Simon Hardy about the state of…

Israel and USA promise to veto Palestinian statehood

Whilst most of the worlds population support the Palestinian bid at the UN for statehood, the US and Israel have threatened to stop recognition at all costs. Andy Yorke explains…

Dale Farm resists eviction

Natalie Silverstein reports on the latest developments at Dale Farm, a travelled community threatened with eviction…

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