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Tsunami disaster; Brazil: fallout from the elections; Iraq in crisis.
Philippines left under threat; Portugal/Denmark electoral advances; Europe meddles in Africa.
Brazil: divergence on the left; International Women’s Day.
Revolution in Latin America; developments in the European left.
EU Constitution; Britain’s general election; Middle East; Latin America.
EU Referendum - Non and Nee; Bolivia; Zapatistas new turn.
Venezuela; French «No»; Our History; G8; London Bombings
Hurrican Katrina; Solidarnosç; Evolution of the radical left
Venezuelan Revolution; Brazilian Left; Pakistan Earthquake
Marxism; France; Pakistan Earthquake
Bolivia; Britain; Iraq
Pierre Rousset outlines the scope and effects of the CPP assassinations policy.-> read article...
Mao - The Unknown Story by Jung Chang and Jon Halliday, Jonathan Cape, London 2005, Ł25.
A new biography of Mao Tse-tung by ’Wild Swans’ author Jung Chang and Jon Halliday will force many on the left to re-assess some of their opinions about Mao and the CCP, before and after the struggle for power, according to our reviewer.-> read article...
The civil war in Ivory Coast has led to the de facto partition of the country, between the rebellion of the New Forces (FN) and the National Armed Forces of Ivory Coast (FANCI), loyal to President Laurent Gbagbo. It entered a new phase at the beginning of November 2004, when the French army destroyed the FANCI’s air force.-> read article...