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¿Qué significa la “normalización” de las relaciones diplomáticas entre los Estados Unidos y Cuba?

Por Alan Benjamin El 17 de diciembre de 2014, el presidente Barack Obama anunciaba la “normalización” de las relaciones diplomáticas con Cuba y el levantamiento de ciertas restricciones de las actividades personales, económicas y financieras impuestas por el gobierno de los Estados Unidos en enero de 1961, año en el que el bloqueo entró en […]

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The Palestinian Revolution and the Jews

[Republished from the Issue No. 37 of Dialogue Review. Published in English, Hebrew and French] –DOCUMENT– Excerpts from a series of articles published in the Fatah journal in 1970 THE PALESTINIAN REVOLUTION AND THE JEWS It is almost a year since the Palestine Liberation Movement, Fatah, declared officially a political programme spelling out the ultimate […]

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Call Issued by the Haitian Coordinating Committee for the Withdrawal of UN-MINUSTAH Troops from Haiti

June 1, 2004 – June 1, 2015: 11 Years of Occupation, MINUSTAH Must Go! The coup-kidnapping of February 29, 2004 against constitutionally and democratically elected President Jean-Bertrand Aristide paved the way for the occupation of the first Black Republic in the world. On June 1, 2004 — that is, three months after the coup — […]

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SOUTH AFRICA/AZANIA: The General Secretary of COSATU “Excluded” From His Own Organization; Where Does This Crisis Stem From?

An Interview with Lybon Mabasa, President of the Socialist Party of Azania (SOPA) [interview reprinted from Issue No. 220 of the ILC International Newsletter, April 10, 2015] “A new page in the political history of South Africa is being turned,” writes Young Africa. Zwelinzima Vavi, General Secretary of the COSATU Union Confederation has been excluded […]

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BRAZIL: COUNTERING THE PUTSCHISTS BY ACTING THE WAY THE WORKERS PARTY (PT) USED TO ACT

(published in ILC International Newsletter No. 220 – April 10, 2015) Reprinted from O Trabalho, newspaper of the O Trabalho current in the Workers Party (PT) of Brazil “Let’s Go Back Out on the Streets the 7th of April and the 1st of May!” As our readers were able to see in our previous editions, […]

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So. Africa/Azania: The Struggle for Land and Black Majority Rule Today

IN THIS POSTING: (articles reprinted from Issue No. 4 – April 2015 — of Black Republic, published by members of the Fourth International in South Africa/Azania) 1) South Africa/ Azania: Where Are We At In Our Country Today? 2) South Africa/Azania: The Issue of the Land * * * * * * * * * […]

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Algerian (PT)Workers Party Demands End to One-Party Rule

Editorial of FRATERNITE!, N° 70 — Newspaper of the Workers Party of Algeria “19th of MARCH 1962: Where Are We Today?” “This 19th of March, the 53rd anniversary of the victory of 1962 will be celebrated. It was a victory after seven and a half years of a war that forced the French coloniser to […]

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Report on Philadelphia Cops Makes Reform Recommendations

John Leslie The Department of Justice has released a 98 page report on a study of police abuse by the Philadelphia police. In a previous article, we demonstrated some of the abuses aimed at the community and Black radicals. These articles can only scratch the surface and cannot cover every instance of abuse and scandal […]

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Dossier on Israeli Elections and Palestinian Liberation

IN THIS MESSAGE: * State of Israel: Elections Marked by the Resistance of the Palestinian People — By F. Lazar * Meanwhile in Gaza . . . * Taher, a Palestinian Activist Living inside the “1948 Territories,” Presents His Point of View on the Israeli Elections * The Position of the Abna’a el-Balad Movement (Sons […]

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Endorsement of May 13th MOVE Bombing 30th Year Commemoration

Socialist Organizer would like to offer our endorsement of the May 13th MOVE Bombing 30th Year Commemoration to be held in Philadelphia. We urge the labor movement, antiwar forces and fighters against police brutality to support and participate in this important anniversary. On May 13, 1985, Philadelphia police attacked the home of the MOVE organization on Osage Avenue. Cops fired more […]

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