war

War on the streets in Armenia

Tank on the streets - Armenia state of emergency Feb/Mar 2008

February and March in Armenia saw a disputed presidential election (19/2/2008) followed by eleven days of demonstrations in the capital Yerevan, broken up by tanks, police attacks and the imposition of a State of Emergency (1/3/2008).

US Green Corn rebellion, 1917

In 1917, the Working Class Union reacted to the imposition of military conscription with an ill-fated but heroic armed rebellion that stands with the agitational campaigns of working class anarchists as a revolutionary response to US entry into World War One.

Yugoslavia: Imperialist war against the world proletariat, 1990s - ICG

The ICG's analysis of the war in Yugoslavia, with information about the preceding wave of workers struggles in the region.

Syrian-Lebanese dispute and its implications for the class struggle, 1500-2003 - Melacholic Troglodytes

Melancholic Troglodytes' pamphlet covering the history of the Syrian/Lebanese dispute from 1500-2003.

Korean workers riot in Vietnam, 1967

Beleaguered: US forces in Vietnam

The riot by Korean workers at Vinnell Corporation, Cam Ranh Bay during the Vietnam War.

On Lice and Fleas: Observations Starting from the Conflict Between Iran and the USA

A new situationist analysis of the threat of war between Iran and Iraq and the way this functions to sustain the dominant society, plus some critical comments on the wave of proletarian struggles in Iran.

New world order: rhetoric and reality - Wildcat

Wildcat's analysis of the post-Cold War "New World Order."

Making a killing - Christian Dewar

Article detailing links between big business and the Nazi regime during World War II.

Oakland dockers honour anti-war picket lines

Antiwar pickets shut down terminal of war cargo shipper in port of Oakland.

Oakland Port anti-war and labor protesters close SSA terminal for the day. ILWU 10 & ILWU 34 members refuse to cross lines.

War is the health of the state - Randolph Bourne

This classic first part of an essay entitled "The State," left unfinished at Bourne's untimely death in 1918, it explores the connection between patriotism, war, and the State.