Fatal words that beckon people to support wars, and to identify with the ?we? opposed to the ?they?. This volume of the socialist register is not about terror, or ?the war on terror', but about the leading causes of terrorism and war today ? racism, religious fundamentalism and politicised ethnicity ? causes that must be clearly understood and addressed if we are to avert the acute dangers the world now conforts.
Aijaz Ahmad - Fundamentalisms: Religious, National and Imperial; John S. Saul - The Marxism of Race, Nationalism and Religion; Mahmood Mamdani - Ethnicity And Human Rights; Reflections on the Rwanda Genocide; Nancy Stepan - Science and Race; Before and After: the Genome Project; Nira Davis - Gender, Race and Class; Bill Fletcher Jr & Fernando Gapasin - Race And Labour In The USA, Past and Present; Manning Marable - The Black Reparations Controversy; Walter Moseley* - Race and Fiction; Stephen Castles - Refugees and Global Migration; Joerg Flecker - Nationalism, Xenophobia And Racism: Class Insecurities in Western Europe; Lou Kushnick & Huw Beynon - Race and Class in the UK Today; Bernadette McAliskey* - Northern Ireland: Living through the 'Peace Process'; Avishai Ehrlich - Israeli Judaism and the Future Of Palestine; Hugh Roberts - The Algerian Tragedy: Lessons for the Left; Susan Woodward - Religion And Ethno-Nationalism in the Death of Yugoslavia; Gaspar Miklos Tamas* - Nationalism And Post-Communism in Eastern Europe; Georgi Derluguian - The War in Karabagh: Ethnic Politics in Post-Soviet Central Asia; Nied Ap. Fonseca - Two Brazils; Peter McLaren* - Race and youth culture; Amory Starr - Is the Anti-Globalisation Movement Racist? A critical reflection