Egypt: coup or continuation of the revolution?

Thumbnail image for Egypt: coup or continuation of the revolution? by ROAR Collective July 18, 2013 People & Power

In this short documentary, the Mosireen collective in Cairo shows why, despite facing grave challenges, the revolutionary process in Egypt continues.

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The incredible story of Greece’s ‘most wanted’ journalist

Thumbnail image for The incredible story of Greece’s ‘most wanted’ journalist by Ingeborg Beugel July 13, 2013 Media & Manipulation

A portrait of Kostas Vaxevanis, Greece’s most persecuted journalist, who acquired global fame and national notoriety after publishing the Lagarde list.

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Greek political prisoner on hunger strike is finally freed

Thumbnail image for Greek political prisoner on hunger strike is finally freed by Leonidas Oikonomakis July 12, 2013 People & Power

Kostas Sakkas, the Greek anarchist who went on a 38-day hunger strike to protest his 2,5 year imprisonment without trial has finally been freed on bail.

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Why the Egyptian revolution is far from dead

Thumbnail image for Why the Egyptian revolution is far from dead by Philip Rizk July 11, 2013 People & Power

The revolution lives. Even if we face a serious threat of its co-optation, popular rule is clearly moving out of the institutions and into the streets.

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Landscapes of emergency: militarizing public space

Thumbnail image for Landscapes of emergency: militarizing public space by ROAR Collective July 10, 2013 Capitalism & Crisis

This short documentary reveals the undeclared state of emergency that casts its shadow over the functions of public space in crisis-ridden Athens today.

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In Egypt, the real regime still has to fall

Thumbnail image for In Egypt, the real regime still has to fall by Jerome Roos July 5, 2013 People & Power

Egypt’s revolutionary process is a complicated convolution of people power and military co-optation. To succeed, it will have to take on the army anew.

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Egypt’s revolution: between the streets and the army

Thumbnail image for Egypt’s revolution: between the streets and the army by Jerome Roos July 2, 2013 People & Power

Egypt’s revolution will never be complete until the authoritarian neoliberal state is finally dismantled. Only the power of the streets can do this.

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Statement from Edward Snowden in Moscow

Thumbnail image for Statement from Edward Snowden in Moscow by ROAR Collective July 2, 2013 People & Power

WikiLeaks published a statement by Edward Snowden in Moscow, where the whistleblower is in involuntary exile following the revocation of his passport.

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Millions take to the streets in Egypt’s biggest protest ever

Thumbnail image for Millions take to the streets in Egypt’s biggest protest ever by Jerome Roos July 1, 2013 People & Power

Military source claims that as many as 14 million could have mobilized across the country, which would constitute the largest protest in world history.

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From Taksim and Rio to Tahrir, the smell of teargas

Thumbnail image for From Taksim and Rio to Tahrir, the smell of teargas by Comrades from Cairo June 29, 2013 People & Power

From Taksim to Tahrir, from Bulgaria to Brazil, we fight the same struggle against oppressive state structures that benefit only a tiny wealthy elite.

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