Japan

Workers' struggles in East Asia (April 2011)

Truck drivers in Shanghai on strike over fuel prices

Summary and links to news stories of workers' struggles around !r during April 2011 and related resources. The most important stories appear on my Twitter feed as soon as I find them: http://twitter.com/spartacusnews.

Must we rebuild their anthill? A letter to/for Japanese comrades

Silvia Federici and George Caffentzis describe the threat to capitalist legitimacy from the disaster in Japan and the use of nuclear power as a strategy of accumulation and terror.

To All the Working People – Call for De-Nuke General strike - Fissures

This is a call out from the Committee for a De-Nuke General Strike in Japan.

Call for a New Campaign to Build Refugee's Commune - Fissures

A statement on relief efforts by the Sanya Workers Welfare Center, Sanya Struggle Committee
and Anti-unemployment Struggle Committee in Tokyo.

Kill No One: Statement On the Fukushima Nuclear Accident - Fissures

This is a statement on the Japanese nuclear crisis by some local militants. It was translated and posted at the new blog Fissures in the Planetary Apparatus.

"Let's organize relief activities for the affected area by workers' unity and solidarity! Stop all nuclear plants immediately!"

A statement by the independent Doro-Chiba railway workers union about the recent earthquake in Japan and the government's response to it.

Workers' struggles in Asia (February 2011)

Indonesian garment workers on strike

Summary and links to news stories of workers' struggles around Asia (focusing on East Asia) during February 2011 and related resources. The most important stories appear on my Twitter feed as soon as I find them: http://twitter.com/spartacusnews.

Article index by country

This list collects all articles published in the Japanese journal Libero International according to the country they deal with, in the order they were published.

Bakunin, Yokohama, and the dawning of the Pacific era

An article by Philip Billingsley, who also wrote under the name of "Wat Tyler" for the Japanese anarchist journal Libero International, which expands on issues covered in issue 5 of that publication.