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Munyaradzi Gwisai, the Zimbabwe ISO's charismatic young MP, told Green Left Weekly that new possibilities have opened up for the left internationally. The collapse of the Stalinist movement, which discredited socialists in the eyes of the working
Technology access I found Sean Healy's "No technofix for Third World poor" (GLW #460) a valuable description of the relationship between technology and society, but in error in its discussion of the internet. The internet is the first globally
BY MARK BROWN The city of Glasgow has been shocked by the racist murder of Kurdish asylum seeker Firsat Yildiz in the Sighthill area on August 4. A refugee from the vicious repression of the Turkish state, 22-year-old Firsat was walking home with
Tafadzwa Choto, ISO Zimbabwe's national coordinator, urged activists protesting at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Brisbane in October not to be taken in by Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe's "anti-imperialist" rhetoric. "Mugabe talks
Since the August 6 publication of a Daily Telegraph "special investigation" into "ethnic crime gangs", racist hysteria has been given considerable space in most sections of the Sydney corporate media. When on August 7, a young white woman was raped,
Picket against sweatshop labour ADELAIDE — Resistance activists picketed clothing store Supr‚ in Rundle Mall on August 17. The protesters demanded that the clothing retailer sign the Homeworkers Code of Practice. The code guarantees signatories'
BY SARAH STEPHEN The Personal Status Court in North Cairo has dismissed a lawsuit brought against Egyptian feminist and writer Nawal el-Saadawi. Nabih Al Wahsh, an Islamic lawyer, attempted to have 70-year-old Saadawi forcibly divorced from her
BY JAMES CRAFTY MELBOURNE — Tensions flared outside a private meeting addressed by former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu in St Kilda on August 12, when 150 supporters of Palestinian self-determination were confronted by Zionists on the
BY LEIGH HUGHES CANBERRA — Hunger strikers chained themselves to the fence of the Indonesian embassy on August 16 to highlight the fact that Indonesia currently has more political prisoners than when the dictator Suharto fell in 1998. An effigy
BY BORIS KAGARLITSKY MOSCOW — The battle in Genoa was not only the key event in the summer of 2001, but also marked a watershed for the anti-corporate movement. From the outset, the G8 summit in Genoa was doomed to become nothing more than a

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