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How To Make a Revolution "Revolutionary socialists have been accused for many years of wanting to overthrow the US government by force and violence. When they accuse us of this, what they are really trying to do is to imply that we want to abolish
The president of the Ennahda parliamentary group, Sahbi Atig (centre) confers with party members in Tunisia's parliament. Photograph: Fethi Belaid/Getty For an Islamist leader, Rachid Ghannouchi seems to take a surprisingly moderate view of Tunisia '
Cairo One of the images on social media of activist Mahienour al-Massry in a courtroom cage. She is appealing against a two-year sentence for organising an illegal protest One of Egypt 's leading novelists, Ahdaf Soueif, has accused Egypt's military-
As the annual Iran Liberation rally began in the Villepinte Exhibition Center outside of Paris, flags representing the Iraqi and Syrian resistance movements were paraded in from the rear of the venue, signifying the presence at this year’
But does the EU have the influence and tools to counter this? Lisa Watanabe Lisa Watanabe is a senior researcher at the Center for Security Studies (CSS), ETH Zurich. Almost one year after he played a key role in the July 2013 coup that removed
There are 25.8 million subscribers already paying increasing monthly fees. Streaming competitors like Pandora , Apple 's iTunes Radio, and Amazon 's new Prime Music are becoming available to an increasing number of customers in connected cars. But
Tunisia (AP) Tunisia's assembly has set elections for October and November of this year to complete the transition to democracy after its 2011 revolution. The assembly on Wednesday decided that the vote for the new parliament will be on Oct. 26 and
It has been one year since riots erupted in Istanbul's Taksim Square and 25 years since the granddaddy of them all, Beijing's Tiananmen Square , was burned into our consciousness with the image of a young man staring down a column of tanks.
Tunisia began voter registration on Monday for heavily-delayed legislative and presidential elections due to take place later this year. The elections would consolidate the gains of an accord in January to end months of political crisis, which had
Russell Brand told the marchers there will be a 'peaceful, effortless, joyful revolution' against austerity in the UK. Photograph: Rex Features Tens of thousands of people marched through central London on Saturday afternoon in protest at austerity