Donald Trump's rise to power has seen a normalising of fascist and neo-Nazi beliefs. We should all be concerned: The Trump Presidency will probably fail, but the movement he represents will not have so far to go next time for the full flowering of fascism to succeed.
The UK government's failed counter-extremism strategy has wrongly targeted thousands of innocent people, including hundreds of children. If the Government truly wants to fight extremism, it must listen to the victims of its failures, argues Moazzam Begg.
From Syria to Yemen, there is no one-size-fits-all party line or formula for being anti-imperialist, argues Priyamvada Gopal.
Special Report | “The world has a responsibility to get this blockade on Gaza lifted”: Women’s Boat to Gaza illegally detained by IsraelTwo days ago, thirteen women - including a Nobel Peace Prize winner - on a peaceful mission to break the illegal blockade on Gaza were abducted in international waters and detained in an Israeli prison. Vyara Gylsen reports.
A groundbreaking report, published on Thursday by advocacy group CAGE, has revealed that the scientific framework underpinning the government’s counter extremism strategy is based on extremely flawed research, bolstering calls for the strategy to be scrapped. Dilly Hussain reports.
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Editor's Desk, New in Ceasefire - Sep 13, 2016 15:33 - 1 Comment
Over the past 18 months, the Saudi-led military campaign in Yemen has led to over 10,000 deaths and the destruction of billions of pounds’ worth of vital infrastructure, including schools, hospitals and homes. How can the UK government claim it cares about the suffering of Yemenis when it continues to supply the weapons inflicting the damage? Asks Andrew Smith.
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Ideas, New in Ceasefire - Sep 12, 2016 19:21 - 1 Comment
The Brexit debate has shown us that the progressive struggle against class and race-based oppression must start with fighting the rhetoric – and reality – of immigration controls, writes Luke de Noronha.
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New in Ceasefire, Politics - Aug 25, 2016 19:12 - 3 Comments
Comment | Growing international recognition of Western Sahara offers new hope for Africa’s Last Colony
The death in May of Saharawi president Mohamed Abdelaziz has brought back into focus the question of Western Sahara’s future. In light of the failures of the UN peace process, the internationalisation of solidarity with the Saharawi people is the only way to bring about lasting peace and freedom to Africa’s last colony, writes Khalil Asmar.
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Special Report | “Solidarity is being criminalised”: Anger as Greek police raids refugee housing squats and camps
Last week saw police raids on refugee housing squats and camps across Greece, which resulted in the demolition of a long-term refuge space and a hundred refugees and accomplices arrested and hauled off before the courts. One of them, Can Simit, reports from Thessaloniki.
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In Theory, New in Ceasefire - Aug 30, 2016 11:57 - Comment
In the fourth essay of his series on Augusto Boal, Andrew Robinson examines the process through which Theatre of the Oppressed came into being and explores the key features of Boal’s technical approach.
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Books, New in Ceasefire - Jul 11, 2016 17:57 - 2 Comments
How was a committed socialist on the fringes of Westminster politics able to win one of the strongest leadership mandates in British political history? Tom Mills reviews Richard Seymour’s new book, ‘Corbyn: the strange rebirth of radical politics’ and finds an astute analysis of the socio-political conditions which have given rise to Corbynism, its future prospects and the substantial obstacles it will inevitably face.