Browsing the "Syria" Tag →

The question now is how can we build the broadest movement to push back against right wing nativism, xenophobia and war hysteria. ...

Read More →

Four years into a brutal civil war, Syria is back in the headlines because of the massive refugee crisis that has swept the region and Europe. The U.N. has estimated that half of Syria’s population...

Read More →

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...

Read More →

The workers’ movement in Europe needs to take a lead in demanding that the refugees are granted asylum, helping organize the relief, and encouraging the refugees themselves to get organized. ...

Read More →

A general strike, by bringing together the Kurdish and Turkish people to fight in a united way, is the best response to Erdoğan and his ruling clique’s attempts to use the blood of working people...

Read More →

Unite against austerity and struggle for a better life for all...

Read More →

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...

Read More →

Kurdish and Turkish people pay price for Erdoğan’s support for ISIS Reposted from socialistworld.net, website of the Committee for a Workers International, with which Socialist Alternative stands in international solidarity. Today at least 30 activists...

Read More →

No to Endless War People are understandably horrified by the litany of highly publicized beheadings by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and its affiliates, as well as the terrorist attacks in Europe...

Read More →

Will the end of Kobanê’s siege turn the tide against IS? Serge Jordan, CWI The so-called ‘Islamic State’ (IS) had vowed to celebrate the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha in the mosques of Kobanê. But...

Read More →