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Regional Power: Very High

Anarchy contains 81 nations, the 143rd most in the world.

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1.The Democratic Republic of New Sensual DelightsWA MemberCivil Rights Lovefest“Be Sensual Be Clean”
2.The Anarcho-syndicalist Galaxies of SeeyaWA MemberCivil Rights Lovefest“We'll see where this experiment in democracy takes us”
3.The AnarCity of YoriZWA MemberLeft-Leaning College State“Ⓐrtists, not Ⓐrmies!”
4.The Nomadic Peoples of NatapocWA MemberLeft-wing Utopia“In the oligarchy we trust not.”
5.The Diversity Reserve of ChyprusCivil Rights Lovefest“Welcome to the island of misfit toys”
6.The Libertarian Socialist Nation of Echelon StateWA MemberLeft-wing Utopia“Provehito In Altum”
7.The Undefined Lawless Territory of Total anarchyaCapitalizt“ataxias kai anarkhias”
8.The Protectorate of X-Compulsory Consumerist State“You cant be late until you show up.”
9.The Community of BlankoviaWA MemberNew York Times Democracy“All matters in our own hands.”
10.The Evangelizing Metasyndicate of Sierra LyricaliaWA MemberLeft-wing Utopia“Veritas potentiae et actio interfationis libera”
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The Anarchist Confederation of Anarchadom wrote:Spanish Civil War? (History repeating itself?)


I'd argue the Kurdish resistance against ISIS is our closest moder analogue to the Spanish civil war - I think the erstwhile Marx-Leninist PKK's embrace of Murray Bookchin's ideas of communalism is quite interesting, and their militia to me at least is reminiscent of the CNT. And I think that ISIS poses a threat that is at least analogous to fascism within the MENA region.

As far as SYRIZA goes, I hope they continue to stick to their principles.

Anarchadom

Post self-deleted by New Sade.

http://www.cvltnation.com/anarchists-vs-isis-the-revolution-in-syria-nobodys-talking-about/

Chyprus

Hello, I would like to say the embassy is complete!

Post self-deleted by Warning Shots.

Hey guys. Anyone around from 8-4 years ago? I see Seeya's still active, but no longer posting daily updates...

I was also here as Third York and Morgan Freeman Penguin.

I'm just getting lazy. Doing most of my posting on revleft.com now instead xD

Did anyone else cringe reading the first sentence of the current General Assembly resolution?

definitely. you could arguably call it "inevitable", but "necessary"...

New Sade

Yes. The first line of the new resolution I found ludicrous.

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