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Samir Amin on the Charlie Hebdo Murders: Imperialism and International Terrorism | Giuseppe Acconcia

(MR Zine, 15 January 2015) The Western errors and neo-liberal damages: Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi knew how to contain the Islamist drift, but they were slaughtered.  In Libya, Paris and Washington have it all wrong. We reached Samir Amin … Continue reading

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The Great Nothingness of Libya, Two Years After Muammar Gaddafi | Maximilian Forte

(Global Research, October 21, 2013/ Zero Anthropology 20 October 2013) The notion of a “Libya” has ceased to have any meaningful practical application. As a concept that either refers to some degree of national unity, an imagined community, sovereignty, or … Continue reading

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