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Arab Spring and Syrian Refugee Crisis: Ten Theses for Discussion 16:26 Nov 18 0 comments
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Recent articles by Costas Avramidis
Europe's Grecian wall of shame is completed 0 comments
TIME...is on my side! 0 commentsRecent Articles about Greece / Turkey / Cyprus Miscellaneous
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Eyewitness to the destruction of Greece under IMF/ECB rule.
greece / turkey / cyprus | miscellaneous | news report Saturday December 03, 2011 14:20 by Costas Avramidis - WSM
Misery, poverty and fear are the gifts of Greek governments/ EU-IMF to the people of Greece!
Thu 28 Jul, 22:31
Radio Revolt announcement regarding the 21 July attack 22:32 Thu 23 Jul 0 comments
Turkey: Our sorrow is the seed of our rage May 15 0 comments
The fire that appeared in the coalmine in Manisa-Soma on 13th of May, became one of the biggest massacres in these lands. As a result of the fire, hundreds of coal miners were poisoned by intense levels of carbon monoxide. The number of workers who have died increases hour by hour. The Minister for Energy, the Minister for Labour and the Prime Misinter have tried to hide the real number of the miners who have died while declaring that “it was a sad work accident”. The Prime Minister has declared that “This kind of accident could happen anytime.” [Türkçe] [ελληνικά]
Class War and Imperialism in Greece Apr 12 0 comments
Class war and imperialism have deepened in Greece. The Greek working class has been subjected to further attacks from the local and imperialist ruling classes. To receive the latest ‘bailout’ from the IMF and the ECB, the Greek state was told by the German, French and US ruling classes to again reduce pensions, to fully privatise public utilities, and to again cut social spending and wages. [Nederlands]
Greek Fire: From Riot to Social Rebellion Dec 26 0 comments
If the reaction to the police killing had been limited to skirmishes between cops and a few anarchists, however, the Greek events would have literally burned themselves out after a few days. What is interesting about the current situation is precisely how it grew into something larger, expanding from street battles to the occupation of secondary schools and university faculties, and showing not only combativeness but a sense of initiative and imagination, as in the dramatic seizure of television and radio stations by protesters who took control of the microphones and cameras...
Turkey: Modernization, Authoritarianism and Political Islam Jun 22 1 comments
The following article is to appear soon in "Red & Black Revolution" no.13 (magazine of the WSM, Ireland). It examines the recent evolution of Turkish society, after the 1980 coup, and how it expresses in the current conflict between the military and the Islamist parties that is nothing but the conflict within sectors of the bourgeoisie for hegemony.
Greek agriculture and globalisation May 22 0 comments
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International Solidarity against statist repression in Turkey Jun 08 CGA 0 comments
Press release about the ongoing revolt in Turkey
Originally published on the Occupied London blog (www.occupiedlondon.org), this is a statement by an employee of the Marfin Bank, the bank whose branch was set alight in Athens yesterday (5 May), in which 3 employees met a tragic death. [Italiano]