Issue #2090

The Guardian • Issue #2090 • March 11, 2024

Rally for Palestine, Sydney. Issue #2090

Government opposes Palestine ceasefire

Benjamin Netanyahu’s language has gone biblical again. In a statement issued 29 February he repeatedly called for “total victory” and God’s “vengeance,” stressing the support...

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Issue #2090

EDITORIAL

Spies are in the news lately. Mike Burgess, the head of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) has been all over the media with claims...

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A CPA delegation was warmly received at the Palestinian embassy by Ambassador HE Izzat Abdulhadi. Issue #2090

Palestine and Cuba

Cuban Ambassador HE Tanieris Dieguez with Andrew Irving.   A CPA delegation was warmly received by Cuban Ambassador HE Tanieris Dieguez.   Palestinian Ambassador HE...

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Rally for Palestine. Issue #2090

‘ … and now starvation’

Marcus Browning Civil society groups have condemned Australia’s failure to support international law and its neglect of the people of Gaza where civilians continue to...

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DINGO

In the 18th century, there was joy among civilised people because thought had finally broken free of the cant of religion. It was hailed as...

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Maritime Union’s Quadrennial National Conference Adelaide 2024 Issue #2090

Maritime Union’s Quadrennial National Conference

The Maritime Union’s Quadrennial National Conference, from 26 February to 1 March, took place at the Adelaide Convention Centre with 500 delegates from around Australia...

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Issue #2090

GREEN NOTES

Have your ever wondered why different days at the same temperature can feel more or less exhausting? It comes down to heat and humidity Our...

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Rally outside of Parliament. Issue #2090

Marcos Jr. addresses Parliament amid protests

The president of the Philippines, Ferdinand “Bongbong” Romualdez Marcos Jr addressed parliament on 29 February 2024. Coming a week before the 2024 ASEAN-Australia Special Summit,...

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February 2024, the CPSU/CSU held its annual union delegates convention (DELCON). Issue #2090

WA: Public sector unions plan action for pay and conditions

Over 22 and 23 February 2024, the CPSU/CSU held its first in-person annual union delegates convention (DELCON) since pre-COVID 2019. Attended by over 110 delegates...

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Tuvalu: reclaimed land. Issue #2090

Tuvalu, elections and climate catastrophe

On 26 January, the people of Tuvalu went to the polls. On 26 February, the election of a new Prime Minister, Feleti Teo, was announced....

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Global briefs Issue #2090

GLOBAL BRIEFS

PAKISTAN: The Cabinet Committee on Energy has approved the beginning of the construction of an 80 km segment of the 800 km long pipeline from the...

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Marching with coffins. Issue #2090

‘Reparation’ as Resistance fighters recognised by French state

Communist partisans from the Second World War have been honoured in a national ceremony, eighty years to the day after their execution by Nazis. Missak...

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Masthead of PDF version of Monthly Review. Issue #2090

Media: Monthly Review

Graham Drew

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A woman covers her son with a blanket after fleeing the war from neighbouring Ukraine at the border crossing in Medyka, southeastern Poland. Issue #2090

Desperation and self-deception in Imperialism’s war against Russia

The US-NATO war against Russia has gone very badly. It is now two years since the first shots were fired and there is a sense...

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Weasel Words heading Issue #2090

WEASEL WORDS

Learning For Home Affairs secretary Stephanie Foster, ‘learning’ is a get-out-of-jail card. Home Affairs twice ordered audits on the wrong company, letting another allegedly crooked...

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