Category: History

Richard Falk: Northern Ireland and the Israel/Palestine ‘Peace Process’

Diplomacy does not take account of the historical background

Joel S. Hirschhorn: Memories of South Africa

Everywhere one can see the widespread love and respect for Mandela, though sometimes the commercialization of his name and likeness is somewhat disappointing

Richard Rothstein: Our House Divided: What U.S. Schools Don’t Teach About U.S.-Style Apartheid

We have many celebrations of the Civil Rights Movement and its heroes, but we do very little to explain to young people why that movement was so necessary

Glen Ford: Nelson Mandela’s Long Death

When a dying Black man is lavished with praise by virtually all the imperial villains of the world, that is news, indeed

Steve Weissman: Turning Mandela

Relying on untrustworthy capitalists rather than on “the revolutionary masses” left scars

Ronnie Kasrils: From Marxism to Neoliberalism: Ronnie Kasrils on how Mandela & ANC shifted

Interview on the evolution of the African National Congress’ economic views from its time as a liberation movement to leading South Africa after the fall of apartheid

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