Recently, I’ve been reading a few articles from International Socialism, a UK-based journal associated with the local SWP, that discusses various issues from a socialist perspective: from current affairs, to internal disagreements of the left in the UK, to international issues and various other topics—the unifying characteristic of the articles is their political outlook.
Ο κύριος Δημήτρης Γεωργιάδης (ΔΓ), σε άρθρο του στην εφημερίδα “Πολίτης” (20.01.2014), ισχυρίζεται ότι αγαθά όπως η παιδεία και η υγεία, πρέπει να πάψουν να αντιμετωπίζονται ως δικαιώματα. Γράφει ο κ. Γεωργιάδης απευθυνόμενος στους μαθητές: “αν πράγματι πιστεύετε πως είναι άδικο εσείς να πληρώνετε για την υγεία σας, την παιδεία σας, τη μεταφορά σας… πέστε […]
Today the President of Cyprus, Nicos Anastasiades, met with the William Hague, the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and tonight he will meet with the British Prime Minister, David Cameron. A quid pro quo took place. Cameron’s government agreed (amongst others) to allow the cultivation and development of land in the British […]
Previously I have written an article titled Get the Armed Forces Away From Universities that was published in the Huffington Post. In the article I was calling for Universities to ban the armed forces from University grounds. Guardian decided to run a little story on the issue and called me up for a brief interview. From […]
My previous article, titled Elections at DIKO: change of leadership, change of direction?, published the day after the elections at DIKO, briefly examines whether the outcome of the elections is going to affect the negotiations for the solution to the Cyprus problem. This article has been translated into Turkish and published in the Turkish Cypriot […]