An article about the establishment of Operation Condor, an alliance between multiple right wing dictatorships in South America to target exiled dissidents.
Allan Nairn on the decades of direct CIA involvement in Guatemalan death squads.
Article explaining the origins and extent of US assistance in the establishment of the Salvadorian security system, including the infamous death squads.
A detailed account of the overthrow of nationalist Iranian Prime Minister Mossadegh by the CIA at the behest of the British and American governments, written by Stephen Kinzer.
An extract from CIA defector Philip Agee on the operations of the CIA and the propaganda it uses to silence criticism.
A look at Chomsky's support for the appointment of John Deutch as head of the CIA in 1995.
A look at the new unions emerging as part of the reforms of the garment industry – and Western influences on them. Plus workers continue to struggle to be paid what they are owed...
A lecture by John Stockwell given in October, 1987 on the inner workings of the national security council and the CIA's convert actions in Angola, Central America and Vietnam.
Howard Zinn's history of the scandal which forced the resignation of President Nixon after he was caught spying on the Democratic party.
The history of the secret neo-fascist army in Italy set up ostensibly to resist Soviet invasion, but in reality to be used in the event of the working class growing too strong once again.
This text was produced in 1969 and handed out at University College, Dublin and also at the anti-apartheid demonstration against the Springbok Rugby tour that year. It was produced by Phil Meyler...
An essay on the relative influence exercised by the First International (the Spanish Regional Federation of the IWA), the Second International, French revolutionary syndicalism (the CGT and the...
Following the opening of a new Nissan factory in Sunderland in 1986, John Holloway analyses changes in the British car industry over the previous two decades, in particular how workers'...
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