Statement of Anarcho-Syndicalist Initiative on Arrests of their Members

On September, 4th 2009 District Court in Belgrade decided that arrested members of ASI will be held for thirty days in detention. Our comrades are accused of an act of international terrorism.

Belgrade: anarchists arrested; state attorney seeks international terrorism charge

A group of six anarchists arrested under suspicion being connected with Black Elijah (Crni Ilija), which took responsibility for the 24th August molotov attack on the Greek embassy in Belgrade.

The inhumanity of humanitarian aid - Wildcat (UK)

Article looking at the use of 'humanitarian' aid as a way of perpetuating war and reproducing capitalist social relations, as a means of social control, during the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s.

Yugoslavia: from wage cuts to war - Wildcat

A look at the effect of the 1991-1995 war in Yugoslavia on the class struggle, and the effect of class struggle on the war.

We won't go to Kosovo - No War But The Class War

A text produced by a participant in the NWBTCW group in London 1999 about the movement of desertion and protest in and around the Yugoslav Army towards the end of the NATO bombardment.

War, peace and the crisis of the reproduction of human capital in former Yugoslavia - TPTG

TPTG's leaflet on the Balkans conflict, and their argument for an internationalist line against the leftist support of rival nationalisms.

Yugoslavia: Imperialist war against the world proletariat, 1990s - ICG

The ICG's analysis of the war in Yugoslavia, with information about the preceding wave of workers struggles in the region.

Serbia: Student blockades spread

Student blockade, Belgrade

An update on the student protests in Belgrade from a participant.

Serbia: Students protest and occupy

Student blockade

A participant's report of new student protests against neo-liberal "reforms" of the education sector.

Chomsky ignores lessons of wars on Kosovo

Massacre at Racak, January 1999

Marxist Humanism's review of Chomsky's book on the war in Kosovo, in which they criticise him for failing to make enough of Milosevic's crimes.