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On: Antiwar Struggles > History of antimilitarism
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Rural & fisherfolk SIRMED Marvi - 15 July 2014 Pakistan, Military Farms and the Colonial Legacy: Okara, the little Palestine?
Thailand Political Prisoners in Thailand - 30 June 2014 General Prayuth Chan-ocha’s plans for Thailand
Thailand UNGPAKORN Giles Ji - 28 June 2014 The Militarisation of Thai Politics, Economics and Society
History EVANS Grant - 10 June 2014 The seismic shifts behind the coup in Thailand – “To understand the crisis in Thai politics, it’s important to examine the momentous changes Thai society has undergone in recent decades”
Thailand JONES Lee - 5 June 2014 Thailand: Why the current military intervention is as doomed to fail as the last one was
Thailand Assembly of the Poor - 22 May 2014 Statement in strong condemnation of the Thai military coup d’état
Thailand UNGPAKORN Giles Ji - 20 May 2014 Thailand Coup & Martial Law : “The military ’non-coup’ is part of the process of decreasing the democratic space”
History of people’s struggles COSTA Jorge Duarte - 25 April 2014 Forty years after the portuguese Carnation Revolution
Thailand UNGPAKORN Giles Ji - 22 April 2014 Military coup in Thailand: The army are firmly part of the anti-democratic faction
History TOUSSAINT Eric - 3 April 2014 Fifty years after the overthrow, in Brazil, of democratically elected president Joao Goulart, Washington’s support to the coup must not be forgotten
Indonesian Archipelago ETAN - March 2014 Presidential Elections & Indonesia’s Militarized Democracy: Candidates bring proven records of violating human rights
Egypt ACHCAR Gilbert, NESSIM Rana, BECHLER Rosemary - 14 février 2014 The people want – but do they have a chance ? « What we have in Egypt right now is rather ambiguous actually since it is the product of a second wave of upsurge »
Thailand SZEP Jason, SAWITTA LEFEVRE Amy - 12 December 2013 Powerful forces revealed behind Thai protest movement
History CAMPBELL Charlie - 10 December 2013 How Thailand’s Meddlesome Military Got Tired of Meddling
Thailand UNGPAKORN Giles Ji - 24 November 2013 Thousands of “Yellow-Shirt” middle-class royalists are demonstrating in Thailand, but the key remains the army
The South UNGPAKORN Giles Ji - 1er octobre 2013 Thailand : The bloody civil war in Patani and the way to achieve peace
On the Left Revolutionary socialists - 14 August 2013 Egypt: Down with military rule! Down with Al-Sisi, the leader of the counter-revolution!
History Kyodo News - 12 August 2013 Philippines, WWII and Japan Military: Ex-sex slave, supporters demand justice from Japan
On the Left Revolutionary socialists - 28 July 2013 Egypt: Against the massacres and the military’s “mandate”
Labor RAMADAN Fatma - 26 July 2013 Egypt: “Do not let the army fool you” – independent union leader speaks out
On the Left NAGUIB Sameh, BECHLER Rosemary - 24 July 2013 Egypt’s long revolution: knowing your enemy
Egypt TETI Andrea, GERVASIO Gennaro - 23 July 2013 The Army’s coup in Egypt: for the people or against the people?
The Left SANTOS Soliman, Jr - 22 July 2013 Philippines – Of fallen rebels and soldiers: One too many, must this go on?
Egypt KINGSLEY Patrick - 14 July 2013 Army’s role in fall of Mohamed Morsi stirs fears among Egyptian protesters
Egypt KINGSLEY Patrick, BLACK Ian, CHULOV Martin, The Guardian - 9 July 2013 Fifty-plus killed by Egyptian military as “Second Revolution” off to a rocky start
Egypt ACHCAR Gilbert - 5 July 2013 Egyptian Army Ousts Pres. Morsi From Power In Face Of Popular Protests
Egypt SALINGUE Julien - 4 July 2013 “Beware of the army”: and if we stopped treating Egyptians as stupid?
Egypt NAGUIB Sameh - 27 June 2013 Egypt: On the eve on June 30. The Crisis of Brotherhood Rule. Revolution and counterrevolution
History Mainichi Shimbun - 25 May 2013 Japan: ’Politicians are distorting history’: Book to detail experiences of former Dutch comfort women
Political situation YOSHIDA Reiji - 23 May 2013 As Hashimoto self-destructs, Japan Restoration Party also reels
Women & patriarchy Kyodo News, NISHIDA Shinichiro, JOHNSTON Eric, OSAKI Tomohiro, Mainichi Shimbun, MIE Ayako, Associated Press - 19 May 2013 Japan & WWII: Hashimoto’s stance on ’comfort women’ necessary for soldiers raises fury
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