Articles by admin3

The Syrian Truce and Obama’s Exit Strategy

Gilbert Achcar argues that without an agreement for Assad to step down and allow a transition toward a pluralist government, no cease-fire stands a chance.   The [...]

20th September 2016 // 0 Comments

Hong Kong elections: call for change

Au Loong Yu, a labour rights activist in Hong Kong, writes about the  Hong Kong Legislative Council Election Results held on the 4 September 2016. He is the author of [...]

18th September 2016 // 0 Comments

Neoliberalism’s world of corruption

by Phil Hearse The Panama Papers’ revelations about the rich and powerful hiding untold billions in ‘offshore’ tax havens may be shocking, but it’s hardly a surprise [...]

7th April 2016 // 0 Comments

Tony Benn: a vision to inspire and mobilise

It is a bitter irony that Tony Benn has died in the very same week as Bob Crow, two giants of the labour movement who will be cruelly missed writes Phil Hearse. Numerous [...]

15th March 2014 // 4 Comments

Dave Packer – a personal tribute

Socialist Resistance leader Dave Packer (4 August 1945 – 3 July 2012) died suddenly of a brain haemorrhage at the age of sixty five. His funeral will take place on [...]

9th July 2012 // 31 Comments

Protest Goes Global

The period of weeks from the end of 2008 to February 2009 has seen the fall of the Icelandic and Latvian governments at the hands of daily mass protests, a one-day general [...]

3rd March 2009 // 0 Comments

Decline and Fall of Neoliberal Globalisation

Phil Hearse writes The new millennium was heralded in November 1999 by giant demonstrations outside the meeting of the World Trade Organisation in Seattle, which dramatised [...]

16th December 2008 // 1 Comment

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