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Do you want a non-sectarian Northern Ireland?

HAVE you ever went to an event that’s been organised by people you only know from the internet?

It’s a bit of a weird feeling and a nightmare for sufferers of social anxiety. 487 more words

Features

Left Unity, the Bermondsey Crisis, John Tummon Statement.

From Bermondsey to the English Republic,  by way of the Caliphate…..

In the interests of international revolutionary unity we publish this dossier:

“In January 1649 England was declared a ‘Commonwealth’. 1,760 more words

European Left

Saudi Enters the Fray: Is Yemen the New Lebanon?

News broke this morning that Saudi Arabia entered Yemen after amassing troops along the shared border. With the backing of other GCC countries, Saudi Arabia is also joined by Jordan. 460 more words

Conflict

Sinan Antoon: The Haunting Poetry of Death

“What does it mean when a society disintegrates? What do people do? How do they make sense of a world in which the human dimension is missing completely?” 1,113 more words

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Syria... anymore? (Because of us... because of them)

But it isn’t only the international community and Assad who are to blame. The Syrians themselves have failed as well, at least their leaders and representatives.

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Politics

Mixing the Colours

On Friday, I attended (as a helper) Glasgow Women’s Library’s Mixing the Colours conference about women and sectarianism. I was going to write about it, but my friend Helen MacKinven already did so and, as I can’t improve on what she says, I suggest you hop on over to her blog… 135 more words

Libraries

Playing a Part in Mixing the Colours

The last time Scotland experienced a solar eclipse was in 1999 and I’ve no idea where I was at the time. But I doubt I’ll forget the eclipse I witnessed on Friday morning. 364 more words

Writing