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Crisis within Crisis, Zimbabwe: As we manufacture our own oppression

In this article originally written for South African anarchist group Zabalaza Anarchist Communist  Front (ZACF), Leroy Maisiri talks about his experience returning to the crisis-beset State. Maisiri previously wrote about rising working-class rebellion in the country in… Continue reading

Protests as Irish Housing Minister betrays squat deal

Protests were held across Ireland against Housing Minister Simon Coveney today after he backed out of pledges to provide accommodation for Dublin’s homeless population in exchange for the ending of a popular occupation of Apollo House.

Irish anarchist… Continue reading

A Radical 2017 – All We Need To Do Is Join In

Jon Bigger writes on direct and effective alternatives to the opportunism and whining of the liberal left 

Since the Brexit and Trump results one thing that’s been glaringly obvious about any mainstream response is that it amounts to… Continue reading

Reclaim the Power: Cuadrilla’s assumption of victory is sheer arrogance

Among the many attempted fracking projects being pushed forward in Britain this year, Preston New Road has been a site of particularly strong resistance. Site owner Cuadrilla, run by a former BP executive and backed by private equity giant Riverstone… Continue reading

Turkey: Meydan anarchists — ‘we are being cornered’

Late last month the editor of Meydan anarchist newspaper in Istanbul was sentenced to a year and three months in prison for “supporting terror,” the latest in a string of attempts by the Turkish State to shut down dissenting… Continue reading

Notes from the US

Louis Further’s regular roundup column with analysis and news from North America that you might have missed. Violence and the Dakota pipeline Illegal, vicious, violent and punitive measures continue to be taken by the élite against the water protectors… Continue reading

Anarchy in the UK: A Changed Political Landscape

This article is the first in a series by Jon Bigger looking at gains the voices of social conservatism have made in recent years and what that means for anarchist politics.

In 2016 the political landscape has changed around… Continue reading

Anarchism and the Italian referendum

The statement below by the Sicilian Anarchist Federation (original Italian version here) addresses the referendum on changes to the national constitution which took place on December 4th. Among other measures, the changes proposed by the liberal Renzi government… Continue reading

So we’re out of Europe…

In the months leading up this year’s referendum on the UK’s continued membership of the European Union I observed lots of discussion — mainly on social media — between anarchists who intended on engaging with the ballot box for the… Continue reading

British Hospitality

Joseph walked up to the front door of Number Seven with some foreboding. He’d had a hard trip, having been chased down the road by thugs and mugged by the taxi service. He knew he looked a bit bedraggled,… Continue reading