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Why you need to do Kwanzaa

Despite the controversies surrounding its founder, Kwanzaa is Afrika liberation politics. It emerged in context of the Black Power movement in the US that was committed to fighting the violence of white supremacy, capitalist economic exploitation and patriarchal domination of Afrikan women. These issues remain unresolved.
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Whither Cuba-US relations?

Interview with author Arnold August: Part 2
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What’s Behind Detroit Happy Talk ?

Despite Happy Talk of Detroit rebounding from bankruptcy, the basic problems remain: lack of jobs, deep poverty, the state takeover of the public schools and a 28% decrease in state revenue sharing over the last decade.
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Venezuelan Opposition Stages March as Rightwing Violence Breaks out again in Merida State

Venezuelan opposition leaders grouped under the banner of the Rpundtable of Democratic Unity led a march through the streets of the capital on Saturday, beginning from various points in the city center and concluding at the Centro Comercial Único, in the largely middle class opposition neighborhood of Chacaito.
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Venezuela- Heinz Dieterich the Prophet of Doom Or how not to save the Bolivarian Revolution

To the degree that the reformist and class collaborationist nature of Heinz Dieterich Continue reading

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The Real Threat in Europe

In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo and kosher supermarket shootings, security forces in Belgium launched a massive manhunt for what they described as jihadist sleeper cells that were about to mount new terrorist attacks. To many observers, however, the operation seemed to stem less from hard intelligence than from the police hitting the panic button.
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The Greek Left Rise in Power is a Call for Pan European Change

It is the first time since the Spanish revolution of 1936 that a left party wins the elections in Europe. In this weekend Continue reading

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The Greek Election

As we enter the eighth year of the long-lingering global economic crisis, it is sobering indeed that it is only in Greece that a political party putting forward a clear, radical democratic alternative to the perverse policies of neoliberal austerity stands on the doorstep of entering the state.
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The European Situation- SYRIZA’s program

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Prosecutor’s Death a Test for Argentine Democracy

The death of a special prosecutor investigating one of the biggest unresolved mysteries in the history of Argentina, the bombing of a Jewish community centre over 20 years ago, has put to the test an immature democracy that is caught up in a web of conspiracy theories and promiscuity between the secret services and those in power.
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