After more than a hundred days of information, formation, exploration and discussions, it seems there is only the shadow of the beginning of a perspective of an orange-blue government in Belgium, or of any other Belgian government for that matter.
Liaqat Bagh: the lush green garden in Pakistan’s northern town of Rawalpindi was witnessing a very different scene on February 18 as the night set in.
No election excitement. No street corner meetings or large-scale public rallies. The main leadership of those parties participating in the elections plan no national tours. It could be the most colorless election in the history of Pakistan.
Media coverage of Kosovo’s recent Unilateral Declaration of Independence has focused on the risk of conflict with Serbia, and the broader geopolitical risks for unresolved separatist struggles in Bosnia and the former Soviet Union.
With the political crisis stemming from the difficulty experienced by the right wing parties in forming a new federal executive because of “community quarrelling” thousands of people, essentially in Francophone Belgium, are hanging Belgian flags in their windows.
In January, a vast majority of the delegates at the 17th national congress of the LCR approved a new political perspective: the building of a broad anti-capitalist party.
The Bolivarian Revolution at the crossroads between imperialism, constitutional reform and the socialist discourse23 February 2008, by , ,
The tensions, struggles, debates and contradictions within the revolutionary process are deepening.
We reproduce here the report on the international situation which was presented by François Sabado at the conference of Enlace - one of the currents within the Socialism and Freedom Party (PSOL) of Brazil, which includes, among others, members of the Fourth International - held in Sao Paulo on December 15 and 16 2007.
Within the LCR, there is a very broad agreement on the structural reasons behind the attempt to build a new political representation for the world of work, bringing together all those who have not given up on the struggle against the capitalist system.
The politics into which Belgium is sinking remain unintelligible if we do not grasp the specific interaction between objective and subjective factors, and between the long history of the country and recent developments.
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