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Andy Goldsworthy and the limits of working with nature

By Clare Hurley, 30 May 2003

Rivers and Tides: Andy Goldsworthy Working with Time, written and directed by Thomas Riedelsheimer

Australia: State Labor government and media attack Anti-Discrimination Board

By Richard Phillips and Ruby Rankin, 30 May 2003

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Britain: Iranian refugee mutilates himself to protest conditions facing asylum seekers

By Julie Hyland, 30 May 2003

A 33-year-old Iranian Kurdish refugee who had sown up his eyes, ears and mouth in protest at Home Office efforts to overturn his successful application for asylum, is continuing to refuse food, despite learning that the government has lost its challenge.

Guerra Oligarquía y la Mentira política

30 May 2003

WSWS : Español

Imperialism and Iraq: Lessons from the past

By Jean Shaoul, 30 May 2003

The following is the second in a three-part series. Part One was posted May 29 and the concluding part will be posted May 31.

Réplica a un difamatorio ataque al trotskismo

30 May 2003

WSWS : Español

SARS and the “openness” of the Beijing leadership

By John Chan, 30 May 2003

The longer the crisis in China over the outbreak of serious acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) proceeds, the more evident it becomes that the epidemic has become a key issue in the factional struggles of the Stalinist bureaucracy. In the name of instituting “openness” and “political reform”, the new leadership of President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao is seeking to consolidate its grip over the state apparatus.

The German Social Democratic Party: 140 years

By Ulrich Rippert, 30 May 2003

Every 10 years the SPD (German Social Democratic Party) presents the grotesque spectacle of its regular anniversary celebration. On May 23, the SPD was 140 years old. No other party places so much emphasis on history and tradition—and is, at the same time, so disinterested in historical truth and in learning lessons from history.

US prepares military repression in Iraq

By Bill Vann, 30 May 2003

Backing off from earlier promises to quickly scale back the US military force presently occupying Iraq, the Pentagon has announced that it will instead increase the number of troops deployed in the country and indefinitely postpone the scheduled departure of key combat units.

Workers Struggles: The Americas

30 May 2003

Labor protests continue in Costa Rica