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After the fall of Gaddafi revolution must go deeper

Gaddafi has been defeated – now the fight is on to save Libya from NATO and the oil grabbing western powers, writes Richard Brenner…

Imperialist hypocrisy over Libya

THE IMPERIALIST powers were caught backing the ‘wrong side’ in the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions, notes Richard Brenner. Only when it became clear that Mubarak would fall, did they turn…

Civil war in Yemen: towards reaction or revolution?

The conflict in Yemen is growing, writes Chris Newcombe, as the fate of the country is decided by the masses…

Regimes and West plot to crush Arab revolt

Every revolution is at some stage confronted by a counter-revolutionary struggle. Egypt’s Mubarak and Tunisia’s Ben Ali may have been caught by surprise but the other Arab rulers were forewarned…

Battle for Libya rages on

Fierce fighting continues across Libya as the revolutionaries struggle to bring down Gaddafi’s regime.…

Stop the UN intervention in Libya

The UN decision to intervene in Libya was not a humanitarian measure to “protect civilians”. It was, first of all, a carefully calculated policy to protect Western interests in the…

Victory to the Libyan Revolution!

The rebellion against Gadaffi’s dictatorship deserves unconditional support and that is not altered by the UN decision. Those who oppose powerful states have the right to get hold of arms…

2011 YEAR OF REVOLUTION

From credit crunch to global crisis The fightback begins WHAT STARTED as a credit crunch became a worldwide recession. The banks demanded public money to keep their system afloat –…

North Africa: the revolutions rage on

The revolutions sweeping North Africa and the mass protest movements across the Middle East are a sign of the times. For too long, people in the world have been living…

Islamists back Egypt’s military

For decades, Hosni Mubarak justified his rule by claiming that democratisation would see Egypt fall into the hands of the Muslim Brotherhood, the banned Islamist opposition movement, writes Marcus Halaby…

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