Issue #2064

The Guardian • Issue #2064 • August 7, 2023

World with thermometer and burn forest in background. Issue #2064

End the rule of fossil fuel

“Climate change is here. It is terrifying. And it is just the beginning. The era of global warming has ended; the era of global boiling...

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Learning from Cuba

Really standing up to the US is something Australia could do, but which the vast majority of our media and both our largest political parties...

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Speakers at the meeting. Issue #2064

Cuban resilience to overcome the blockade

Cuban Ambassador, Tanieris Dieguez La O, expressed her gratitude to the Consultation for the continuing Australian solidarity with the Cuban people. At the Australia Cuba...

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Wind mill – wind energy. Issue #2064

MUA rallies for respect for workers

Australian maritime workers converged in Melbourne to rally at the Australia Wind Energy conference at South Wharf, to draw attention to the actions of global...

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Wyndham Youth Aborignal Corporation Staff. Issue #2064

Youth corporation in Kimberley lacks funds

A Youth Aboriginal Corporation in the Kimberley has told Ngaarda Media that it would have to close its doors temporarily due to a lack of...

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DINGO

A new political force uniting left and progressive parties and other organisations with a clear pro-people agenda is needed urgently. The Communist Party is convinced...

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ANZ bank in Jamestown, SA. Issue #2064

Leaving communities behind

In the past, every town no matter the size, was guaranteed to have two things: a pub and a bank. But in the last 25...

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GREEN NOTES

Over 900 health professionals from across the country have signed a joint letter speaking out against fracking the Beetaloo Basin and the Middle Arm gas...

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Asian child smiling with father. Issue #2064

Pessimism of the West, Optimism of the East

Over the last few months, I have experienced first-hand both East and West, both China and some countries in Western Europe. I have been quite...

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Greenville, NC Police Department. Issue #2064

The Police-Industrial-Complex

US citizens believe they have the right to representative democracy, freedom of speech, religious worship, a free press, and equality before the law with a...

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Global briefs Issue #2064

GLOBAL BRIEFS

VENEZUELA: Thousands of people in Venezuela celebrated the 69th anniversary of the birth of the legendary socialist leader of the Bolivarian Revolution, Commander Hugo Chávez...

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Books. Issue #2064

Potted Reviews

This month: Writing on Indigenous themes, reviewed by various comrades. But now we want the land back – Hannah Middleton A solid Marxist analysis of...

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Prison cells. Issue #2064

The US Prison in film: A Marxist View

In the “land of the free,” millions languish in prisons in the name of law and order. The prison, as an institution, is used by...

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The Nutmeg’s Curse: Parables for a Planet in Crisis. Issue #2064

What is to be done, and how not to do it

I have been inspired to write this by reading Amitav Ghosh’s brilliant novel The Nutmeg’s Curse: Parables for a Planet in Crisis, which ends: “Much,...

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Half the Sky column logo Issue #2064

HALF THE SKY

Like many young people born into the online world, I first became exposed to political ideas through social media as a teenager and therefore saw...

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Apotheosis of Washington (detail) on the dome of the United States Capitol in Washington. Issue #2064

Why the US is a Fascist State

Anyone who has been to Washington DC and visited the Capitol, looking up at the Dome, the viewer is treated to an imposing sight. On...

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