Category: East Europe

Ralf Ruckus: Taming Amazon

Through creative actions and cross-border solidarity, Polish workers are undermining Amazon’s anti-union playbook

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Gareth Porter: How Putin’s leverage shaped the Syrian ceasefire

When Russian President Vladimir Putin had a substantive meeting with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry last week, it was an extremely rare departure from normal protocol. Yet, there was some political logic to the meeting because Putin and Kerry have clearly been the primary drivers of their respective governments’ recent policies toward Syria and their Read more…

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Ramzy Baroud: If Syria is to Fall, others will Follow: The Pandora’s Box of Federalism

Only a united Syria can offer hope for the future. Nothing else does

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Vijay Prashad: A Major Unexpected New Reality in Syria: What Does It All Mean?

Unpacking a series of surprising moves by the big players in Syria

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Ray McGovern: Putin Shuns Syrian ‘Quagmire’

Gambling that President Obama will cooperate in seeking peace for Syria, Russian President Putin called back much of Russia’s military force dispatched to Syria last fall,

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Phyllis Bennis: Russia is Withdrawing from Syria — and the U.S. Should Follow Suit

For too long Moscow and Washington have tried to out-muscle each other by escalating the Syrian war. Now, for once, they’ve got a chance to escalate their efforts to end it

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Juan Cole: Mystery: Russia & Hizbullah begin withdrawal from Syria

Russia wants al-Assad to begin the reconciliation process with a new constitution, while Syria had wanted to race to new elections as soon as April

Pete Dolack: The forgotten workers’ control movement of Prague Spring

At the time of the [August 1968] Soviet invasion [of Czechoslovakia], two months after the first workers’ councils were formed, there were perhaps fewer than two dozen of them, although these were concentrated in the largest enterprises and therefore represented a large number of employees. But the movement took off, and by January 1969 there Read more…

Michael Karadjis: Bloody Counterrevolution in Aleppo: on Russian Blitzkrieg and US “betrayal”

“The bombs are falling so fast in Aleppo now that often rescuers don’t have time to reach victims between blasts”

John Wight: The Demonization of Vladimir Putin

While Vladimir Putin and his government are not beyond criticism, theit misdeeds pale in comparison to the record of Western governments in destroying one country after the other in the Middle East

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