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Saleh Mamon: US airstrikes on Iraq rise 500 percent

2086

1

2.2.08

 

Though George Bush claims the ‘surge’ brings peace in 2007 warplanes made 1,447 bombing runs

 

Esme Choonara: 15 March – next stop for the anti-war movement

2086

2

2.2.08

 

The Stop the War Coalition, along with CND and the British Muslim Initiative, has called a national anti-war demonstration in London on Saturday 15 March.

 

Iraq occupation leads to health crisis

2086

2

2.2.08

 

Despite George Bush hailing the success of the “surge” strategy in Iraq, evidence that life for ordinary Iraqis continues to get worse is mounting.

 

Pakistan spirals out of control

2086

2

2.2.08

 

While Pakistan’s president Pervez Musharraf was in London being praised by Gordon Brown as a “key ally in the war on terrorism”, his country’s border with Afghanistan was in flames.

 

Division over Afghanistan exposes lies

2086

2

2.2.08

 

A war of words has broken out between Afghan president Hamid Karzai and the British government following his last minute veto of the appointment of Paddy Ashdown as the United Nation’s envoy in Kabul.

 

World Against War events

2086

2

2.2.08

 

Sadie Robinson: Abortion rights: Protests defend right to choose

2086

3

2.2.08

 

Campaigners in Glasgow gave the campaign to defend abortion rights a fantastic boost last week with a young and lively protest against Tory MP Ann Widdecombe.

 

Simon Basketter: Remploy: New Labour betrays disabled workers

2086

3

2.2.08

 

Despite government promises, disabled workers at Remploy factories face closures and cuts. Simon Basketter spoke to some of the workers who are angry and fighting back.

 

Alex Callinicos: Clintons get nasty in US elections

2086

4

2.2.08

 

When does victory really mean defeat? When Barack Obama won the Democratic primary election in South Carolina last Saturday.

 

Breakthrough for left in German elections

2086

4

2.2.08

 

Anger at the growing gap between rich and poor has increased support for the left in Germany – as shown in last week’s polls in West Germany

 

Ken Olende: Kenya: Ethnic violence results from Western intervention

2086

4

2.2.08

 

There has been an upsurge in violence across Kenya in east Africa. Up to 800 people have been killed since the result of the “stolen election” was declared on 30 December 2007. Though many were protesters shot by the police, others have died in ethnic battles.

 

Sadie Robinson: Fighting low pay: Teachers and lecturers ballot for national strike

2086

5

2.2.08

 

Britain could see its first national teachers’ strike in over 20 years after the National Union of Teachers (NUT) called a ballot for a one-day national strike over pay.

 

Pat Stack: New Labour: Peter Hain: radical activist turned sour

2086

6

2.2.08

 

The political demise of Peter Hain is linked to the nature of the Labour Party, argues Pat Stack

 

Chris Harman: World Economy: Economic turmoil and class struggle

2086

6

2.2.08

 

As the financial crisis spread across the globe, Chris Harman spoke to Socialist Worker about the ways that it can impact on workers’ struggle

 

Simon Assaf: Gaza: ‘The week we broke their prison state’

2086

8

2.2.08

 

For daring to elect a Hamas government the people of Gaza have been starved of food and supplies by the West. Now they refuse to be pushed any further.

 

Lebanon: Popular revolt brings unity to the streets of Beirut

2086

9

2.2.08

 

The US-backed government in Lebanon is attempting to crush a popular revolt over electricity shortages and rampant inflation.

 

Jonny Jones: David Garner: Whatever They Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not

2086

11

2.2.08

 

Artist David Garner’s new exhibition is a blow against Islamophobia.

 

Jacqui Freeman: Film: "Intimate Enemies": A distant portrayal that ultimately fails the test

2086

11

2.2.08

 

Two million French soldiers fought in Algeria between 1954 and 1962 in a vain attempt to stop Algerian independence. An estimated 300,000 to 600,000 Algerians died compared to 27,000 French people.

 

Sinead Kennedy: Ireland and the EU's dodgy 'constitution' treaty

2086

12

2.2.08

 

Irish voters will cause consternation among Europe’s elite if they reject the undemocratic and neoliberal Lisbon treaty.

 

Chris Bambery: How Hitler took power

2086

13

2.2.08

 

The Nazis came to power in Germany 75 years ago this month. Chris Bambery looks at the crucial lessons for fighting fascism today

 

Lindsey German: Respect’s fight for Londoners

2086

16

2.2.08

 

London is a divided city. It contains some of the richest people in the world, but most Londoners see little of the wealth.

 

Alexis Wearmouth: Suharto (1921–2008): From Cold Warrior to “model pupil” of neoliberalism (online only)

2086

 

2.2.08

 

The former president Suharto, who ruled as a dictator over Indonesia for 30 years, has died of organ failure aged 86. A popular revolution deposed Suharto in 1998 during the Asian Crisis that afflicted many economies in the region.

 

Protest against Condoleezza Rice's visit to London this Wednesday (online only)

2086

 

2.2.08

 

US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice will be visiting London on Wednesday 6 February. She is coming to talk to prime minister Gordon Brown about Afghanistan.

 

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