Monthly Archives: March 2015

Brazil: The Debacle of the PT | Alfredo Saad-Filho


(MR Zine, 30.03.15)   Alfredo Saad-Filho is Professor of Political Economy in the Department of Development Studies SOAS, University of London.  This article also appears in The Bullet 1097 (30 March 2015). Hundreds of thousands of chiefly white middle-class protesters … Continue reading

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The Senselessness of Joining in a Sunni vs. Shiite War | GARY LEUPP


(Counterpunch, March 30, 2015)   The Strange War in Yemen   What sense does this make? The U.S. is abetting Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Jordan. Morocco and Sudan—all ruled by Sunni Muslims who despise … Continue reading

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