Tag: Palestine

A man walks past the occupation wall in Palestine, two birds are in a cage in the foreground.

Debate – a response on settler colonialism

If we are to overthrow capitalism, we need to engage with what stabilises it. 

Report from the Newcastle University encampment

As the number of Palestine solidarity encampments at campuses continues to grow rs21 spoke to Brian Underhill from the encampment at Newcastle University.

Kick out the Tories, prepare to fight Starmer

Colin Wilson analyses the 2 May council and mayoral elections in England.
Tents outside Sheffield uni, police standing in front of the Glasgow Home Office gates, police and protestors at sites in London.

Long hot summer?

London, Glasgow, Manchester - a brief flash of activity or the start of a long hot summer?

From protest to resistance

As student camps in support of Gaza and divestment from Israel continue to spring up on campuses, Tempest Collective member Joe Allen explains the impact they are having on American politics. 
Activists holding a large banner that reads ‘sponsored by BP’ form a blockade outside the front gates of the British Museum.

Interview with Energy Embargo for Palestine

rs21 interviews the activist group Energy Embargo for Palestine
protestors in London with banners and placards, saying stop guns.

Militarism and anti-militarism

In the midst of an arms industry boom, we need to link anti-imperialism to anti-militarism.

L3Harris Peace Camp in Brighton

Sussex rs21 member Lou Hayton reports on the diversity of Palestine organising in Brighton
Woman and child in devastated cityscape

I Forgot to Die: thinking through the social reproduction of Palestinian life

Tithi Bhattacharya uses the lens of social reproduction theory to show how the disruption and annihilation of Palestine life is inherent to the Zionist project.

Lenin, National Liberation and Palestine

Gus Woody reviews Imperialism and the National Question recently published by Verso.