Ukraine: Not so quiet on the Western front

Written by Peter Mikhailenko Wednesday, 29 July 2015

right-sector-demoIn the Western Ukrainian region of Zakarpattia, Far-right Right Sector have clashed violently with police, resulting in two militants dead and several bystanders injured. What does this mean for the stability of post-Euromaidan alliance?


Contradictions on the rise in Turkey as western "democracy" support attacks on Kurds

Written by Hamid Alizadeh Tuesday, 28 July 2015

26-nisanWhile NATO throws its weight behind the reactionary Erdogan government, he continues his onslaught against Kurdish and left forces. Erdogan however, is acting from a position of weakness and he could provoke a mass movement against himself.


Suriname: progressive reforms lead to re-election NDP

Written by Zowi Milanovi Tuesday, 28 July 2015

President BouterseThe general elections in Suriname on May 25th witnessed an overwhelming re-election for the National Democratic Party of Desi Bouterse. This is the result of the reforms which the NDP government instituted over the last 5 years, a period of substantial growth.


Turkey: Erdogan attacks PKK to divert rising class struggle

Written by Hamid Alizadeh Monday, 27 July 2015

turkey-bomb-pkkSince last week’s barbaric terrorist attack in the Turkish town of Suruc, the situation in Turkey has dramatically escalated. Under the guise of joining the war on ISIS, Erdogan has launched a major military operation against the the PKK as well as arresting hundreds of Kurdish and Turkish leftist activists.


Britain: War criminal Blair intervenes as right wing gets desperate

Written by Brian Adams Friday, 24 July 2015

tony-blairDesperate times call for desperate measures. And so it is that after a week of frothing at the mouth and spewing forth a torrent of bile and vitriol, the New Labour acolytes have finally called forward their Messiah to try and push back the surging Corbyn tide. Unfortunately for these Tories in disguise, the intervention of their Dear Leader will not have the intended effect. So hated is the war criminal Blair, and so patronising and condescending is his “advice” to Labour members, that his contribution in the debate will only push further layers into supporting Jeremy in his leadership bid.


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