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War of the Rentier States – Eqbal Ahmad

2020-11-15T13:37:21+02:00February 10, 1986|Categories: Documents, Khamsin 12|Tags: |

This is not an anti imperialist war. This is a war of local ambitions: President Saddam Hussein's opportunism and regional reaction to Iran's revolutionary promise were responsible for Iraq's initial aggression in 1980. And Ayatollah Khomeini has a great deal to do with prolonging the agony.

Arab Nationalism, the Palestinian Struggle and an Economic Scenario for a Potential Arab Unity – ‘Adel Samara

2020-12-05T14:32:06+02:00February 10, 1986|Categories: Articles, Khamsin 12|Tags: |

The bourgeois Arab nationalism failed to achieve its avowed aims: economic independence and the liberation of occupied Arab territory. Despite its failures, the Arab bourgeoisie still holds power throughout the Arab homeland, and has intentionally amplified the unevenness of economic development between the Arab countries.

Editorial

2021-05-31T13:51:07+03:00December 10, 1984|Categories: Articles, Khamsin 11|

A group of leftist Turkish intellectuals and activists agreed to impart to us in Khamsin some of their knowledge concerning their country. At our request, they later agreed to put together this special issue of Khamsin, wholly devoted to Turkey.

Turkish Foreign Relations – Ron Ayres

2020-10-13T11:33:06+03:00December 10, 1984|Categories: Articles, Khamsin 11|Tags: |

Since the end of the Second World War Turkey has been firmly in the orbit of the Western alliance though in the past decade a number of events have occurred which have strained the relationship with the West. At present Turkey is surrounded by actual or potential conflicts with Greece, Cyprus, Syria, the Soviet Union, and to the east Iran and Iraq – both with dissatisfied Kurdish minorities.

Forbidden Agendas: Presentation – Jon Rothschild

2021-06-16T13:34:09+03:00October 1, 1984|Categories: Forbidden Agendas, Khamsin|Tags: |

There is hardly a problem of contemporary society and politics that does not possess a particularly severe form in the Middle East. Nevertheless, in all the various countries, there have always been people who have challenged the status quo with the vision of a future that, however distant and elusive, nonetheless contains some hope. The journal Khamsin was founded in 1975 by a small group of such people.

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