Between Imperialism and Repression

Read Sami Ramadani, in an interview with Samuel Grove

Ramadani: Following the magnificent peoples’ uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt, toppling two entrenched dictators, there developed a tendency not to closely examine the nature of the various forces competing for political power both within the opposition movements and the Arab regimes. Events in Libya and NATO’s intervention there have alerted most people to the dangers of hijacking the peoples’ struggle for freedom by reactionary forces. A brief look at the nature of the Syrian regime and its changing role in the region is crucial in trying to understand the current conflict and the reactionary forces’ success in hijacking the people’s struggle for radical change.

This is an enlightening and thought provoking coverage of the the history and ramifications of the Syrian issue.  Read more http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article31570.htm

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