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Avtonom #27 (Special issue against summit of G8 in St. Petersburg
15-17th of July 2006)
Page 2: Reclaim the city - reclaim the planet! And platform of the
Network Against G8.
Page 3: Theory and practice of resistance against G8 by German BuKo
group (available online in English at
Page 10: A letter from inside Black Bloc by Mary Black. Available
online in English at http://www.alternet.org/story/11230/
Page 14: Another alternative is possible - resist the rule of
transnational non-governmental organizations! Critic of Attac and Porto
Page 20: European Social Forum in Greece - impressions of an anarchist
by Vyacheslav Danilov of Siberian Confederation of Labor. Available online
in English at http://www.avtonom.org/index.php?nid=193
Page 22: Our death is your disgrace! Action of FrontAIDS in red square
of Moscow 27th of April.
Page 24: USA: Bush Delivers Emergency AIDS Relief to Republican Allies
by John Tarleton. Available online in English at
Page 25: HIV activist action in UN headquarters.
Page 26: A nuclear renaissance 20 let after Chernobyl?
Page 26: Reclaim the Commons exposes 'nuclear agenda' behind the 2006
G8 Summit's leaked draft "Communique on Energy Security". Available online
in English at http://rtc.revolt.org/node/353
Page 28: Russia is a pipe then? Pavel Sentyabrski writes about new
state ideology of Russia.
Page 29: Action in Red Square against nuclear power.
Page 30: Call to global day of action against climate change in 30th
of July 2006
Page 31: Chernobyl accidents still kills after 20 years.
Page 32: Anarchist Mardi gras against G8 in Moscow, anti-nuclear
meeting in Berezniki of Perm region, anti-nuclear action in Germany 1st of
June, Russia attempts to create a global nuclear dump in Siberia.
Page 34: University - a qualification stock exchange? Attempts to
privatize education in Russia.
Page 37: Knowledge is not for sale! Action against privatization of
education in Moscow.
Page 37: Why USA attacked Iraq?
Page 40: Calendar of actions against G8.