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In Sudan, Demands for Justice and Accountability Remain Unmet

Pavan Kulkarni Peoples Dispatch
While the establishment of the transitional government in Sudan has eased prevailing tensions, the military’s share of power within it has diminished the possibility of achieving the goals of the revolution.

Global Left Midweek - September 11, 2019

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Fury Over Bolsonaro and 9/11/73 * Training for Climate Strike * Algeria * Honduras * Sudan * Palestine * South Africa * France * Mugabe's Legacy

Global Left Midweek - August 28, 2019

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Saving the Amazon, Global Climate Strike, Corbyn vs Boris, Women in Sudan, Papua Protests, Kashmir Solidarity, Russia Stirs, Luciana Castellina, Two Views on Hong Kong

Global Left Midweek - August 7, 2019

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Homage to OSPAAAL, Sudan CP Says Military Must Go, Aijaz Ahmad on India, Fighting for Repro Rights in El Salvador, More on Hong Kong Fight, Palestinian Prisoners on Hunger Strike, Ben Turok Speaks, Canada's Coalition of Courage

The Uprising in Sudan and the role of the African American Left

Zachary Mondesire Africa is a Country
Sudanese protestors demanding an end to military rule. Citing the response to the historic popular uprising in Sudan, the author warns some on the African American Left may have joined Euro-American political scientists in undervaluing the potential for political mobilization in sub-Saharan Africa.

Global Left Midweek - June 26, 2019

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Interviews with Enzo Traverso (antifascist historian), Seif Da'na (Egypt), Sybelle Kaczorek (Germany), Richard Seymour (UK), Radha Gyawali (Nepal), Sudanese comrades, Hernan Vargas (Venezuela), João Pedro Stedile (Brazil)
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