Iraqi Protests: Deep Anger and Simple Demands

By: Darya Najim and Krekar Mustafa August 2, 2018 Editor’s Note: Below we print an opinion article submitted by two Iraqi Kurdish activists. In this and future “opinion articles”, we aim to present debate/discussion and not necessarily an organizational position...

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Syria: The Social Origins of the Uprising

Remembering the real causes of the eruption the popular uprising in Syria, which is increasingly turning into an international war. July 19, 2018 Joseph Daher More than seven years after the beginning of the popular uprising in Syria, which increasingly turned into an...

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Labor Protests Growing Around the World

In 2018, labor struggles are once again brought to the forefront of world issues. Protests in countries including France, Iran, Jordan, the U.S and China highlight a ubiquitous demand proposed by the working class.  In this article, we will further explore  these...

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