Understanding the Travail of Change in Sudan

Sudan revolts. Many people have read this short sentence many times in the past few years, but the fact is Sudan never stopped revolting since the coup of June 1989 that brought the ruling National Islamic Front party (later the National Congress Party; NCP) and the...

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An idea called Daraya

Five years on from the kidnapping of the ‘Douma 4’ activists, Joey Ayoub pays homage to another Damascus suburb symbolic of Syria’s peaceful, democratic revolution. By the time Huda was arrested by regime soldiers in 2013, the siege of Daraya, a suburb of Damascus,...

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Open Letter to Code Pink

The following is an open letter to the US peace group, Code Pink,  concerning its planned trip to Iran.  It was issued  by  U.S. labor activists, John Reimann and Cheryl Zuur,  and co-signed by various U.S. and international labor and solidarity activists and...

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Repudiating the Stalinist Legacy

Editors' note:  Below,  we reprint part I of a three-part series by Javier Sethness, libertarian socialist, activist and author.  The links to parts two and three of this series can be found at the end of this article.  This series was originally published by Notes...

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