As a BDS leader put it, “The (Arab) governments making normalization deals with Israel are all police states and apartheid regimes. At the end of the day, these deals are good for business.”
A biography about a British radical filled with 20th century history and 21st century relevance.
The history, players, and motives behind CAR’s most recent upwelling of all-out violence and people’s resulting displacement and anguish.
After nearly three decades of being forgotten, the Saharawi people have run out of patience.
Huge anti-government protests have rocked Africa’s most populous nation over its notorious police group, SARS, with protests erupting in support in the U.S. and England.
The resistance movement needs all the international support that workers, feminists and radicals can give them.
The people of Congo have been under the thumb of murderous rulers for over 500 years. The perpetrators have changed over time but the crimes continue.
Planet Earth is changing in many perilous ways. One of the most damaging shifts is desertification, which is essentially the expansion of barren desert climates. Nowhere is this desolation a more serious crisis than in the Sahel region of Africa, the latitudinal zone where the Sahara Desert gradually transitions to the tropical climates of the… Read more »
Durham-López campaign statement: Labor Day 2012 – Stand in solidarity with the Lonmin miners of South Africa
This Labor Day, we honor the 34 South African platinum miners so recently killed in cold blood by police while fighting for decent wages and safe working conditions. They were among 3,000 rock drill operators at the Lonmin-owned mine in Marikana who went out on a wildcat strike under the banner of an independent union,… Read more »
Alexander is a long-time Trotskyist socialist who was imprisoned with Mandela and is a leader of the Workers Organization for Socialist Action (South Africa) in Cape Town. This address was delivered on the occasion of the Annual Sipho Maseko Memorial Lecture, University of the Western Cape, 8 October 2009. I It was with much pleasure… Read more »