Africa

Rebellion and Reaction – Worldwide anti-austerity upsurge met with brutal repression

American and British liberals tend to present phenomena like Donald Trump as distasteful ‘populist’ aberrations, based on the unfortunate and excluded ultra-poor. This is wrong on every count. In most places the ultra-right mass movements have their core in the comfortable (and generally older) middle classes, however much working class support they eventually garner. What is happening goes way beyond ‘populism’.

3rd December 2019 // 2 Comments

Solidarity with the Sudanese Revolution

The uprising in Sudan, together with that in Algeria, has shown that the issues that lay behind the “Arab Spring” which started in Tunisia in 2010 have certainly not been resolved.

1st July 2019 // 0 Comments

#Iamsudanrevolution

A lively protest took place at Downing Street in defence of the Sudanese revolution – around 500 protestors; overwhelmingly Sudanese on Saturday June 8 writes Veronica [...]

10th June 2019 // 0 Comments

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