Events, New in Ceasefire - Wednesday, December 1, 2010 15:08 - 0 Comments
Dr. Siba Grovogui, professor of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University is one of the world's foremost scholars. His books have made landmark contributions to International Relations, International Law and Postcolonial Studies. He will be delivering a lecture entitled 'Race and International Politics' on Dec 2, in Nottingham, UK.
New in Ceasefire - Saturday, November 27, 2010 0:00 - 1 CommentThe anti cuts campaign has begun with earnest across the UK, many different groups, from the coalition of resistance to the educational activist network, are now presenting a line of people willing to defend our public services. As David Pike argues in his report from Nottingham, all of these demonstrations have shown just how strong the anti cuts campaign is turning out to be, but also how dynamic and creative it has become.
Diary of a Domestic Extremist, New in Ceasefire - Wednesday, November 3, 2010 8:00 - 7 CommentsA few days ago, the UK activist movement was rocked by the revelation that one of its leading activists has been working, for over a decade, as an undercover police officer. As Mikhail Goldman highlights in his latest column, the case of Mark Stone/Kennedy has exposed some serious weak spots in activism. Lessons must be learnt, fast.
Arts & Culture, Theatre - Wednesday, June 16, 2010 17:28 - 0 CommentsA new play has caused international controversy by revisiting the Lockerbie tragedy through the prism of fictionalised relatives of the victims. It's a risky strategy and one that calls for the most delicate of balancing acts. Against his initial apprehensions and reservations, a sceptical Hicham Yezza is won-over.
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