Tribune #18 | Summer 2023

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Issue 18 of Tribune has, as it's feature section, a focus on the Nakba (Palestinian Catastrophe) 75 years on. Inside editor Ronan Burtenshaw talks to Omar Barghouti of the BDS movement, Em Hilton looks at how government authoritarianism threatens democracy in Israel, and Hamza Ali Shah looks at how the Israeli government's 'Anti-Boycott Bill' threatens civil liberties.


Elsewhere Owen Hatherley talks to historian Sheila Fitzpatrick about what the Soviet Union was, author Kenan Malik talks about his new book on race, identity politics, and class struggle, and Ellie Harrison talks about her travelling spectacular 'Bus Regulation: The Musical'.



Tribune has campaigned for socialist ideals inside and outside parliament since 1937 and was relaunched in print in 2018. 



Pages: 96



Size: 210 x 297mm

Pages: 95


Tribune #18 | Summer 2023 | Colours May Vary