Inching towards default in Europe | by James Meadway

Inching towards default in Europe | by James Meadway

EU ministers have delayed payment of an €8bn loan disbursal to Greece after the PASOK government admitted it would not meet deficit targets. Without the money, the Greek state may not be able to pay its workers over the next month. These targets were set as part of...

New Hopes, Looming Threats | EPW Editorial

The extreme Right in Israel and the United States are standing in the way of justice to the Palestinians.The new spirit of assertion by the hitherto supine al-Fatah leadership of Palestine and the degree of support it has received from governments across the world...

The Price Of Torching Mosques | by Jonathan Cook

Nazareth: Jewish far-right groups responsible for a series of arson attacks on West Bank mosques over the past year broke dangerous ground last week when they turned their attention for the first time to holy places inside Israel. A mosque was torched, followed days...

The unemployed’s voices | by Amandla! editorial staff

‘I just feel dead now because I cannot contribute anything towards my wellbeing and that of my family.’ Discouraged, marginalised and disheartened, the unemployed in South Africa seem to have lost the very hope necessary to look for the next work opportunity. Their...