National Sections of the L5I:

Revolution

Is this the long overdue Iraqi Spring?

Iraq is once again the scene of massive protests. In the capital and in southern cities thousands-strong demonstrations have been dispersed with tear gas, and police snipers using live ammunition. Read more...

Israel: Elections further shatter two state solution

Benjamin Netanyahu called the 17 September Knesset election in the hope that it would give him the majority he needed to create a new coalition and remain prime minister. Read more...

Syriza pays the price of betrayal

The Coalition of the Radical Left, Syriza, has been thrown out of office after just over four years in government. Read more...

European Action Programme

The crisis of the European Union Read more...

Sudan: Counterrevolution strikes back, supported by the Egyptian Dictator and the Saudi Absolute Monarch

The bloodshed in Khartoum on Monday, June 3, proves beyond a shadow of doubt that elementary democratic rights are intolerable to the regimes in most Middle Eastern and North African states. Read more...

China: Tiananmen, 30 years on

100 years of the Chinese revolution

On 4 May, 1919, in Beijing, some 3,000 students demonstrated outside the home of the Minister of Communications, a notoriously pro-Japanese figure. Read more...

Bouteflika forced out, but the regime remains

On 2 April, six weeks of mass demonstrations, culminating in a general strike, finally forced the resignation of Algeria's 82 year-old president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika. Read more...

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