An issue of this anarcho-syndicalist magazine published by the Solidarity Federation and themed around "Evil Empires".
- How green is my biofuel? Given the oil wars, is the European Union scared of running on empty? There's more to green fuels initiatives than meets
- Evil Empires - A short history: From the Romans to the Bushes (sic) in a 10-minute read.
- The spOILs of war: Because the oil trade is based on the dollar, oil-importing countries are hooked on it. This sustains almost unlimited military spending by the US to secure more oil. Meanwhile, oil-exporting countries have billions of dollars to invest back into the US economy.
- The Serbian resistance
- This slaughter must be stopped!
- Foil the base
- Legalising contamination
- Crap comrades
- Indian summer
- Elections retrospective
- On the edge: 'T&G' Clmrles; Met's new riotcop; Royal scroungers; Doorstep bully; Justice Italian-Style; Protesters hijack radio; What will you send?; WMD Bristol; GM Update; Witch-hunting
- international news:
US, India, Australia, China, Poland, Iceland, Italy.
Feature: Jordan's Sweatshops
globalfocus: Latin Troubles
Venezuela/Colombia/Argentina: Updates on the mayhem in South America, as unreported in the mainstream
- Imperial ambition: An interview with Noam Chomsky.
- blairedvision: A Lower Class Degree - Education, education, education? What the HE White Paper really means.
- justicepage: Mumia, Prison Survival, Giannis Serifis
- reviewfeatures: CD Activism:
Informed Dissent - anti-war benefit compilation Video CD with footage of anti-war actions, music videos and Noam Chomsky interviews.
The activist toolbox - complete guide to activism in credit-card size from the UHC Collective.
Chomsky on terrorism - Chomsky's most anticipated lecture ever.
30 years on - retrospective on Small is beautiful - a study of economics as if people mattered.
- book reviews
The new rulers of the world - John Pilger
hotlines - call centre I inquiry I communism
Anarchism vs. Primitivism - Brian Sheppard
- Anti-globalisation... and the myth of the ‘good’ oppressor: Many have tried to articulate the aims and rationale of the anti-globalisation movement. Within some of the more popular arguments lurk suspect theories that mistake the symptom for the cure. Anti-globalisation... and the myth of the ‘good’ oppressor: Many have tried to articulate the aims and rationale of the anti-globalisation movement. Within some of the more popular arguments lurk suspect theories that mistake the symptom for the cure.
- DA resources: Info ., upcoming events, campaigns, friends & neighbour