Iraq: The 14th July Revolution, by Charlotte Roscoe

The July 14th Revolution of 1958 led to the overthrow of the Hashemite monarchy and the creation of the Iraqi republic. One of the main leaders of the coup, Abd al-Karīm Qāsim, became the first prime minister of the republic. However, born out of violence and bloodshed, the Iraqi Republic was doomed from the start and, after only ten short years, the new republic, which had never been stable, crumbled.

Deng Xiaoping and Socialism with Chinese Characteristics: a Capitalist Revolution? By Louis O’Halloran

On 1st September 1982, Deng Xiaoping addressed the 12th National Congress of the Communist Party of China. Held approximately every five years, the National Congress allows the Party to change its leadership and alter the Party’s Constitution. The 12th Congress was the second since Chairman Mao’s death in 1976, and the first since Deng’s rise to power in 1978.

The Black Consciousness Movement – an attitude of mind, a way of life, by Eli Mendel

By the end of 1964, the majority of Anti-Apartheid resistance within South Africa had been supressed. Despite contemporary perceptions, the ANC did not always dominate the anti-apartheid movement. It owes a debt to a multitude of organisations who, at different times, were vital in resisting apartheid.