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The “Arab Spring” revolutionary wave brought dictators in Tunisia and Egypt crashing down. It swept through the Middle East, inspiring workers and youth the world over. It has since ebbed, however, leaving the region wracked...

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A new book offers important insights into the role played by Middle Eastern states in the rise of brutal reactionary forces such as Islamic State. What’s missing, however, is an assessment of the potential of...

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David Johnson, Socialist Party (CWI England & Wales) Independent workers’ organisation needed to resist state repression and to fight for a socialist future Egypt’s workers are starting to take action again, after a year when...

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Report of World Perspectives Discussion at the 2015 CWI Summer School Growing poverty and inequality, unemployment, war and its horrific consequences, economic stagnation and crisis. These were some of the themes touched on by Judy...

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Published in Socialism Today, Issue 182, October 2014 The dust is still settling on the most recent war in Gaza, which included the massacre of over 2,000 Palestinian civilians at the hands of the Israeli state terror...

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After the Gaza Slaughter

October 4, 2014

Written by Shahar Benhorin, Socialist Struggle Movement (CWI Israel) Published in Socialism Today, Issue 182, October 2014 In a period of 50 days, the nearly two million residents of the devastated Gaza Strip were bombarded day and night...

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What is the role of imperialism in the conflict? by Niall Mulholland, from articles in this week’s Socialist (paper of the Socialist Party, England & Wales) A hail of death has roared down on Gaza...

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Peter Taaffe, General Secretary of the Socialist Party (CWI England and Wales), reviews the developments and events of 2013 in Britain and worldwide, and discusses further struggles in 2014 and the development of the workers’...

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Millions across the world, and especially in the Middle East, have been shocked by the killing of hundreds of mainly unarmed people in the Egyptian military’s brutal clearance of the two pro-Morsi camps in Cairo....

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[UPDATED VERSION OF “Egypt: Morsi removed – No trust in the generals” ON JULY 10] The stormy and bloody developments since the removal and arrest of President Morsi by the military mark a new, challenging...

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