My Bookmarx 03/24/2010
24 مارس 2010 بواسطة Tamer Mowafy
Haiti: Intervention and Imperialism | Anarchist Writers
The horrific death toll from the earthquake in Haiti briefly focused the world’s attention on the plight of the Haitian people. The earthquake was a natural disaster coming on top of decades of human disasters imposed upon the people as its economy has been forced to transform to suit the needs of transnational corporations.
الشريف: القطاع الخاص يشارك في البنية الأساسية لأن الناس عددها يتضاعف والأموال قليلة | الدستور
وافق مجلس الشورى فى جلسته اليوم الثلاثاء برئاسة صفوت الشريف رئيس المجلس من حيث المبدأ على مشروع قانون تنظيم مشاركة القطاع الخاص فى مشروعات البنية الأساسية والمرافق العامة.
Quebec Common Front: 75,000 workers take to the streets
Last year the three biggest union federations in Quebec – CSN, FTQ, and SISP – formed a Common Front that unites 475,000 public sector workers. On Saturday March 20th, this union front brought 75,000 workers from all over Quebec onto the streets of Montreal. After years of being held back, now the workers are presenting the bill just when Quebec’s public debt as at a record high.
Israel must allow Palestinians access to adequate water supplies
Amnesty International has on World Water Day urged the Israeli authorities to end discriminatory practices against Palestinians in the Occupied Palestinian Territories that violate their right to adequate water supplies.
FT.com / US / Politics & Foreign policy – Israel’s survival at stake, Clinton warns
Hillary Clinton, US secretary of state, on Monday warned Israel that its survival could be in jeopardy unless it reached a peace deal with the Palestinians.
FT.com / Europe – Germany sets conditions for Greek rescue
Germany has set out three fundamental preconditions for any rescue package for Greece, including involvement of the International Monetary Fund, and a commitment by its European Union partners to tough new rules to control public debt and deficits in the eurozone – including necessary EU treaty changes.
Is the Marxian labour theory of value correct? « Though Cowards Flinch
In responses to my recent postings I have encountered scepticism about the validity or relevance of Marxian economics today. So I thought it would be worth explaining a few reasons why he has to be taken very seriously as an economist.
A Very Public Sociologist: Two Books on Co-ops
The Trotskyist left in this country is good when it comes to thinking and theorising about the Labour party and the trade unions, but very often the third wing of the labour movement – cooperatives – tends to be neglected.
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