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east africa / imperialism / war / opinion / analysis Monday May 16, 2005 23:05 by Anarcho
Back in September 2004, then Secretary of State Colin Powel declared that Sudan was involved in the ongoing genocide in Darfur. Move forward a few months, to the 14th of April this year when Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick was sent to Sudan. Zoellick greatly underestimated the number of dead in Darfur and actually refused to endorse Powell's description of genocide. read full story / add a comment
east africa / miscellaneous / feature Friday March 04, 2005 23:44 by Chekov Feeney
It is a grave error for anarchists to fall into the trap of attributing the chaos and instability of some modern African nations as being due to the weakness of the state. In fact I would tend to see the exact opposite as being more true, the imposition of artificial states which coresponded to no conceivable 'nation' and which were based on no strong local bourgeois and no large middle class (the layer of workers ideologically aligned with the bourgeois) meant that these states could never have been stable bourgeois democracies. read full story / add a comment
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