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    New in Ceasefire - Aug 3, 2020 10:21 - Comment

    Comment | How did we arrive here? On the Anniversary of Egypt’s Rabaa Massacre

    This month marks the seventh anniversary of the Rabaa Massacre, which signalled the end of Egypt’s once promising democratic project. While the military’s role in the revolution’s defeat is clear, Egypt’s liberal and leftist forces must examine their own complicities and failures, writes Hesham Shafick.

    New in Ceasefire - Jul 29, 2020 16:55 - Comment

    Comment | The UK military admits it has a racism problem, but can it be decolonised?

    Without a national reckoning and the political will to face our colonial past and abandon the violent obligations of a junior partnership with the US, decolonising our military seems unlikely, writes Joe Glenton.

    New in Ceasefire - Jul 24, 2020 11:44 - Comment

    Special Report | Othering in the time of Pandemic

    Global responses to the Covid-19 pandemic, from Singapore to the United States, have too often involved greater stigmatisation of already marginalised communities, notably migrants, refugees and minorities. This is not just morally abhorrent but presents serious dangers to global public health, argue Sanam Monteiro and Renugaa R.

    New in Ceasefire - Jul 22, 2020 16:38 - Comment

    Analysis | Strained Solidarities: On (re)building a mass anti-racist movement in Britain

    Anti-racist activists in the UK must eschew stale debates over terminology and representation, and instead focus on building a movement rooted in structural knowledge and powered by cross-communal solidarity, write Ilyas Nagdee and Azfar Shafi.

    Editor's Desk, Interviews, New in Ceasefire - Jul 29, 2019 8:27 - 1 Comment

    Interview | Yanis Varoufakis: “Never before have we had so much money, yet so little investment in what humanity needs”

    Yanis Varoufakis talks to Ceasefire’s Laura Siegler about building a transnational movement to tackle climate change, the ongoing crisis of capitalism, and his return to Greek politics.

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    Ideas, New in Ceasefire - Jun 29, 2020 14:10 - 3 Comments

    Ideas | ‘Counter-Terrorism’ is a dangerous myth, it is high time we abolished it

    At a moment when demands for police and prison abolition have travelled from the radical fringes into mainstream prominence, the radical social transformation that we seek requires nothing less than the abolition of the category of ‘terrorism’ altogether and the dismantling of the global counter-terrorism infrastructure, writes Eda Seyhan.

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    New in Ceasefire, Politics - Jun 30, 2020 15:27 - 6 Comments

    Comment | Let’s Measure the Exact Angle: A Palestinian Perspective on the Maxine Peake controversy

    “Why is nobody asking us, the Palestinians, what we think?” Author and playwright Ahmed Masoud offers his perspective on the Maxine Peake controversy.

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    Features, New in Ceasefire, Special Reports - Jun 15, 2020 15:05 - Comment

    Special Report | Palestinian Lives Matter: The killing of Eyad Hallaq and Israel’s state racism

    The killing on May 30th of Eyad Hallaq, an autistic Palestinian young man in Jerusalem, by Israeli police, has elicited enormous sympathy and outrage. It also provides a stark reminder that racist state violence remains a daily reality for Palestinians, Yousef Al-Helou reports.

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    Columns, In Theory, New in Ceasefire - Jun 13, 2020 0:00 - 2 Comments

    In Theory | Anti-Lockdown Theory: Stop Securitisation!

    Global lockdown is finally giving way to a period of economic crash and social unrest. Yet the state response to the outpouring of justified anger at police atrocities is remarkably similar to its response to the coronavirus pandemic. In the second of his series on lockdown theories, Andy McLaverty-Robinson looks at securitisation, notably the long history of shifting framings of healthcare and the creeping securitisation of social problems.

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    Arts & Culture, Books, New in Ceasefire - Jun 26, 2020 11:31 - 1 Comment

    Books | Review | ‘Chav Solidarity’ by D. Hunter

    “A guide and a balm, a meditation on the politics of survival and an appeal to extend our arms towards each other”. Chav Solidarity, by D. Hunter, is a book that must be read, writes Ayesha Manazir Siddiqi.

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