Michael Sachs* argues that the deployment of unilateral force by the US amounts to an attempt to replace the multilateral system with the military power of the US.
Makoma Lekalakala* calls on women, and the working class, to oppose war
Graham Bailey* argues that rape and sexual abuse are often used to break down activists, their families and their communities
The Palestine Solidarity Committee* gives a concrete account of the impact of the Occupation on Palestinian women’s lives.
Donna Smith* outlines the campaign currently underway to combat hate crimes against lesbian women.
Joel Kovel* argues that the popular anti-war movement in the US is a reflection of the growing disaffection among the disempowered in the US.
Mondli Hlatswayo* gives a critical account of the ASF meeting and the need to link up with emerging social movements.
Rajni Lallah* argues that AGOA is aimed a colonising Africa for US capitalists. She also argues that it forms part of the US’s plan to extend its military stranglehold on the continent.
MP Giyose* discusses the London Agreement (1953) and the HIPC (1996) and argues that Third World debt is a means to control the Third World.