Daily Archives: June 30, 2016

Ukraine | Ukrainian Army failed to capture a piece of territory in Donbas

On June 29 Ukrainian army suddenly attacked territory of two people’s republics in Donbas. It was large-scale offensive started in the morning unexpectedly for armed forces of Lugansk and Donetsk republics. At the frontline between Svetlodarsk and Debaltsevo ceasefire was not violated for a long time and that is why morning offensive was not foreseen by Donbas military command.

Greece | The EU Can’t Be Reformed

Interview with Stathis Kouvelakis / 26 June 2016

Stathis Kouvelakis analyses what’s at stake after Brexit. He is reader in political philosophy at KCL, a former member of the Syriza central committee and now a member of Popular Unity.

Venezuela | Striking Mexican Teachers Pledge to Continue Fight for Change

The CNTE union reiterated its support for protests in Oaxaca, calling on teachers to strengthen the fight against the government.

Striking Mexican teachers are preparing a comprehensive agenda ahead of negotiations with government officials while remaining firm in their support for protests in Oaxaca—the violent state response to which was a “crime against humanity,” the CNTE teachers union said in a statement Tuesday.