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WW archive > Issue 710 - 28 February 2008

Turkey's action endangers region

Kurdistan was, till now, the only stable part of Iraq. Turkey's military campaign has put an end to that and will trigger all manner of dangerous consequences, writes Esen Uslu

Letters

Vote Lindsey; Age concern; Independent; Name and shame; SPGB democracy; Amnesia; Apologists; Not harmless; Too tepid; Kurds and Turks

Meat cleaver

Esen Uslu responds to Phil Kent's criticisms

Pro-imperialists snubbed

Hopi's steering committee unanimously rejected holding a joint meeting with the AWL's Education Not for Sale at the NUS conference on Iran and the imprisoned students, proposing instead an ENS v Hopi debate. Ben Lewis looks at the issues

No even-handedness

Hopi political discussions focus on the role of imperialism and what position to take, reports Tina Becker

Julius Caesar and the death agony of the republic

Chris Gray continues his series on the class battles in ancient Rome

Carry on regardless

It is time for the SWP membership to call a halt to the leadership's stubborn GLA charade, argues Peter Manson

Making propaganda for Marxism in elections

A revolutionary platform was too much for some 'revolutionary' students. Mohsen Sabbagh reports

Sunshine Stalinism ends?

James Turley looks at the mixed response of the left and the prospect of a 'Cuban Deng'

Sex, murder and DNA tests

Jim Moody asks who controls the social controllers

Fighting fund

Keen to help, but regular SOs urgently needed

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