Tag: state of emergency

Sorbonne Professor Attacked by Police

News of a brutal police attack in Paris against Sorbonne University professor Guillaume Vadot went viral last Friday after his colleague Guillaume Mazeau posted a statement on Facebook.

Turkey launches ground operation in Syria

Although Turkish army claims to be fighting ISIS to legitimize the invasion, its real objective is to stop the advance of Kurdish militia, the only progressive force on the ground.

Hope is with the youth, the Kurds and the working class

More than 45,000 workers have been suspended and more than 8,000 are being held. The declaration of the “State of Emergency” is part of a bonapartist offensive by Erdoğan. In this interview Kaan Onat, a young Turkish militant in Germany analyzes the situation for youth, workers and the universities.

Erdoğan Declares State of Emergency

Following last week’s attempted coup, Turkish President Erdoğan declared a three-month state of emergency, signaling the real “coup” against workers’ and people’s freedoms.

France’s State of Emergency and Challenges for the Radical Left

“All the way to the right,” the slogan that best defines the current policy of the French government–and more broadly of the entire political spectrum. The government has cynically made use of the November 13 Paris attacks to push its “state of emergency” to the limit, yet it is now facing the first expressions of resistance. This situation presents the far left with the challenges of building a broad, united opposition movement, as well as an independent political alternative to both the government and the reformist left.

Sorbonne Professor Attacked by Police

News of a brutal police attack in Paris against Sorbonne University professor Guillaume Vadot went viral last Friday after his colleague Guillaume Mazeau posted a statement on Facebook.

Turkey launches ground operation in Syria

Although Turkish army claims to be fighting ISIS to legitimize the invasion, its real objective is to stop the advance of Kurdish militia, the only progressive force on the ground.

Hope is with the youth, the Kurds and the working class

More than 45,000 workers have been suspended and more than 8,000 are being held. The declaration of the “State of Emergency” is part of a bonapartist offensive by Erdoğan. In this interview Kaan Onat, a young Turkish militant in Germany analyzes the situation for youth, workers and the universities.

Erdoğan Declares State of Emergency

Following last week’s attempted coup, Turkish President Erdoğan declared a three-month state of emergency, signaling the real “coup” against workers’ and people’s freedoms.

France’s State of Emergency and Challenges for the Radical Left

“All the way to the right,” the slogan that best defines the current policy of the French government–and more broadly of the entire political spectrum. The government has cynically made use of the November 13 Paris attacks to push its “state of emergency” to the limit, yet it is now facing the first expressions of resistance. This situation presents the far left with the challenges of building a broad, united opposition movement, as well as an independent political alternative to both the government and the reformist left.