The Israeli government is using the imperialist war on Iraq and the fear
of Scuds landing in Israel as a cover to launch its own weapon of mass
destruction - a 11.4 Billion Shekel (£1.5 billion) budget cut, the
second for 2003.
Anti-war protesters in Kazakhstan burst into a television studio last
week where the US ambassador was speaking about the war in Iraq. The
protesters, all CWI members, unfurled a ’No to war’ banner, which was
seen by millions of viewers on three channels across the country.
GEORGE BUSH’S "road map" to a political settlement of the
Israeli/Palestinian conflict, supposedly leading to a Palestinian state
by 2005, is a cynical exercise in placating Arab opinion while US forces
invade and occupy Iraq. This latest initiative, resting on a capitalist
system of oppression and...
There is hardly a building in Sarajevo city that has not been damaged in
some way by the conflict in the 1990s. Walls are pock marked with bullet
holes. More often than not, blocks of flats are scarred by damage from
shells. Every so often a building has been completely destroyed. In the
office I was working in during...
AS WE go to press, the battle for Baghdad seems about to begin. It is
still too early to get an exact picture, but if the first phase of the
war is anything to go by the next stage could be far from the ’cakewalk’
that some military analysts predicted.
Three thousand mainly school students, after leaving school to strike
against the war, marched through Melbourne on Wednesday 26 March against
the war on Iraq. The numbers were slightly down on the last school
student strike, but the participants were angrier and more militant.
Over one hundred secondary school students and workers took part in a
demonstration against the war on Saturday 22 March, organised by the
Kotli branch of the Jammu and Kashmir National Awami Party (JKNAP).