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The underlying crisis of world capitalism has, as we predicted, significantly deteriorated in the year. In the decisive sphere of the world economy a new crisis looms, the timing and character of which are not...

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Murat Karin, Sosyalist Alternatif (CWI in Turkey) Turkey held snap elections on 24 June, out of which the ruling AKP and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan arose seemingly triumphant. But at the heart of Erdoğan’s decision...

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Serge Jordan, CWI Donald Trump’s administration is gearing up for another possible round of missile strikes against regime targets in Syria. This could trigger an explosive chain of events potentially leading to a more serious...

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Socialist Party (CWI England & Wales) leaflet text The Turkish state is bombarding Kurds in Afrin, using bombing and a ground invasion. This follows devastating attacks on Kurdish areas in Turkey in 2016, when President...

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On Sunday 16 April, Turkey went through the most controversial and questionable referendum in its history. The constitutional amendments which were to give President Erdogan dictatorial powers, including the authority to dissolve the parliament, were...

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Vote “NO” Gains Momentum If the referendum called by the Justice and Development Party (AKP) government results in a “NO” (“HAYIR”) vote, on April 16, it will be a massive blow to the regime and a...

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New Movements for Change Will Need to Arm Themselves with the Lessons of the Syrian Tragedy The military victory in Aleppo by Assad’s regime and its foreign backers was a turning point in the war...

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Report from the CWI School Brexit provided the dramatic backdrop to the discussion on Europe at the 2016 Committee for a Workers’ International (CWI) School. Three hundred and twenty comrades from Socialist Alternative and its...

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No to Military Rule, No to Erdogan’s Rule! For a Workers’ Alternative! Sosyalist Alternatif (CWI in Turkey) – Originally published at SocialistWorld.net. On the night of July15, a section of middle-ranking generals, ex-generals and colonels of the...

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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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