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What's New: Information File on Violence in Turkey
| September 14, 2015
The escalating violence in Turkey causes a regional instability and affects everyone in the Middle East and Europe as well. Therefore, HDP Foreign Affairs Commission has prepared the attached information file regarding the background of the violence with the specific events that causes deadlock on negotiations and peace process in Turkey.
| September 13, 2015
Sharmini Peries interviews Leo Panitch: Jeremy Corbyn stands for democratizing the party and anti-austerity.
LeftStreamed: The Great Unraveling: with Chris Hedges
September 13, 2015
Revolutions come in waves and cycles. We are again riding the crest of a revolutionary epic, much like 1848 or 1917, from the Arab Spring to movements against austerity in Greece to the Occupy Movement. In his newest book, Wages of Rebellion, Chris Hedges investigates what social and psychological factors cause revolution, rebellion, and resistance.
What's New: Jeremy Corbyn Fiery Syrian Refugee Rally
| September 12, 2015
Jeremy Corbyn said he was "shocked beyond appalled" over some media coverage about refugees. In one of his first speeches since being elected Labour leader on Saturday, he addressed a rally about rights for refugees held in Parliament Square, Westminster.
What's New: The Socialist Network
| September 12, 2015
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Bullet #1161: Can Jeremy Corbyn Redeem the Labour Party?
Leo Panitch | September 12, 2015
"Of political parties claiming socialism to be their aim, the Labour Party has always been one of the most dogmatic -- not about socialism, but about the parliamentary system." That's how Ralph Miliband opened his classic 1961 text Parliamentary Socialism, a critical analysis of the party that most of the British left wanted to capture.
What's New: This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Trains
by Ben Adler | September 11, 2015
Riding the high-speed train between Berlin and Hamburg, Germany's two largest cities, is a radically different experience from riding its American counterpart, Amtrak's Acela, which connects major East Coast cities. Germany's InterCity Express ride is as smooth as a Mercedes on the Autobahn. The conductor comes around politely offering to bring you coffee. The bathroom doors open electronically with the push of a button for disability access.
How Many People in the World Are Actually Poor? October 8, 2015
Scandal of Europe's 11m empty homes October 8, 2015
Let the People of Israel Enter the Gates and Kill Arabs October 7, 2015
How to Justify a Crisis October 7, 2015
Russia's Syria gambit October 7, 2015
The Hard Truths for Canada About the TPP October 7, 2015
Air France protests - in pictures October 7, 2015In The News archive:
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|October 23 - October 24, 2015
Bagnani Hall, Trent University, Peterborough.
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|Conference: Dissenting Traditions|
A conference funded and supported by the Canada Research Chairs program and Trent University's School for the Study of Canada.
Featuring: John Clarke, Sam Gindin, Bucky Halker, Rosemary Hennessy, Russell Jacoby, Gregory Kealy, Annalee Lepp, Andree Levesque, Marcel Van Der Linden, Leo Panitch, Adolph Reed, Wayne Roberts, Nicholas Rogers, Ernie Tate and more.
Presenting Canadian Working-Class History, Perspectives on E. P. Thompson, Approaching the Revolutionary Left, New Perspectives on Labour Studies, Remembering Reproduction in 1930s Women Writers.... | PDF poster
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