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Aug 21, 2012
Striking mineworkers

Workers action at South Africa's Marikana mine

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Workers at one of the world's largest platinum mines take action for better work conditions despite corporate and police resistance leading to the death of dozens.
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Jun 24, 2009

Iran: a deeper look at post-election events

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The contest for power within Iran has not yet been resolved, though the opposition seems to be considering its options. A compilation of analytical articles are here gathered to provide some depth.
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Jun 21, 2009

Iran: Post-election news regularly updated

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Regular updates of events following the Iranian election. Demonstrations and clashes with security forces have followed a presidential election widely viewed as rigged.
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Jun 20, 2009

Iran's post-election upheaval: June 13 to June 20

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Details and analysis of demonstrations and political events following the Iranian election. Demonstrations and clashes with security forces have followed a presidential election many view as rigged..
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May 30, 2009
Government structure of Iran

Iran's political system

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The Iranian political system can be confusing to those observing it from the outside. For this reason, this article briefly outlines Iran's formal structure of goverment.
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May 28, 2009

Contemporary art as a victim of war

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War trauma is an often unnoticed factor in art, and how contemporary art can inspire political emancipation. From Paul Virilio to Alain Badiou.
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May 22, 2009

Afghanistan and the contest for power

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The cycle of long war in Afghanistan has justified the expansion of US-led influence in a region pivotal in a continent-spanning contest for power.

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