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Interview with a comrade from DAF (Devrimci Anarşist Faaliyet | Revolutionary Anarchist Action)

Interview with a comrade of DAF, regarding the state of Turkey’s invasion of Rojava, the reaction of the people in Turkey, the impact of the campaign of boycotting Turkish companies products, its markets and also the attitude of people in Turkey. First Part. Interview conducted by the KAF (Kurdish-speaking Anarchists Forum ).

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Launch statement of the Latin American Anarchist Coordination (CALA)

After a series of meetings and instances, anarchist political organizations in Latin America have decided to relaunch the Latin American Anarchist Coordination (CALA), within the framework of this complex political and social context that our continent is living through.

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Analysis of the conjuncture: Latin America and the world move

In the month of October 2019, there have been events in Latin America and in the world that mark a time of people in the streets and struggle. Let’s start by analyzing the scenario in the Middle East.

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#Chile: The oasis of chaos

What follows is a text by Trempülkalwe about Chile. We would like to point out that there were and are many direct attacks during the ongoing revolt. But it seems that there also have been looting and burning of private companies by carabineros and military with a clear intention of unleashing social chaos, as the author of this article wrote.

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What can we learn from the recent protests?

This article is about the protests in general and the current one, it covers the common things and the weaknesses points between them. It also gives some suggestions how we can avoid these weaknesses to gain our goals.

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French territory: Final declaration of the founding congress of the Union Communiste Libertaire (UCL)

French territory: Statement by the Union Communiste Libertaire.

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Rebuilding the workers’ movement for counter-power, justice and self-management

A contribution to the debate

Don’t abandon the unions, or take sides in inter-union rivalries. Build a serious, organised, non-sectarian project of democratic reform and political discussion that spans the unions, including a rank-and-file movement that fosters debate, and opens the treasure-chest of union and left history and theory. Recover the politics of disconnecting from the state as raised by, for example, Occupy and the Rojava Revolution. Replace reliance on the state and parties with struggle, and destructive inter-union rivalry with a serious project of working class counter-power. 

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Albert Parsons: The life of the Chicago anarchist and labour martyr in his own words – #MayDay

The autobiography of Albert Parsons, Haymarket martyr, written from prison.

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#Antifa #Aotearoa, #Christchurch: The “Lone Wolf” – Obfuscation and Tactic

Aotearoa / New Zealand: The term “Lone Wolf” is used to obfuscate the level of organisation within the far-right scene and the fact that it is used as a deliberate tactic.

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Some of My Past Political Mistakes – Re-evaluating a 1985 Dialogue on Anarchism and Marxism

In the 1980s I participated in a “dialogue” about anarchism and Marxism. Re-reading my writing now, when I am a revolutionary anarchist, I think that much of what I wrote then was wrong–with one exception. I went over certain key issues, such as the strengths and weaknesses of Marxism, the state, the revolutionary party, election participation, and national liberation–topics which are still important for anarchists and other radicals to consider and debate.

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