Taras Bilous
An interview with Taras Bilous, a Ukrainian historian and essayist who has served in the Ukrainian army since the beginning of the Russian aggression.
European elections
Struggles must not only be a defensive reaction, but build “a new political force, stronger and more popular than what organizations and struggles represent today.”
Indian rupees
Raju J Das — In India’s complex and increasingly autocratic political landscape, Hindu supremacism is in a mutually beneficial alliance with corporates against democracy.
CPIML manifesto
CPI(ML) Liberation has released its Lok Sabha Election manifesto with the clarion call to end the disastrous and dictatorial Modi reign of corporate loot, communal hate and constitutional subversion.
Malaysia burning
Ilaiya Barathi Panneerselvam — Malaysia’s rising temperature, grappling with racial and religious polemics, is, unfortunately, not new.
antifascist protest
Israel Dutra & Roberto Robaina — The first International Antifascist Conference will be held May 17-19, as a united initiative of the PSOL, PT, MST and several other organizations and social movements.
white civilisation
Zara Jemuel — Capitalism’s white supremacist roots run as deep as its colonial origins.
Ukraine Palestine occupation is a crime
Simon Pirani — What can we, in the labour and social movements, do about these two conflicts that are transforming the world we live in, and heightening fears of bigger, bloodier wars?
Gaza destruction
Gilbert Achcar — The Palestinian condition has deteriorated to worse than anything it has known in more than 75 years of suffering and oppression
Egypt EU
Michael Pröbsting — Why are imperialist powers so eager to give billions of US Dollars to Egypt’s regime? The answer lies in the nature of dictatorship
Palestine solidarity rally in Amman, Jordan, October 13, 2023.
Dave Holmes — The struggle in Palestine is now the number one issue of world politics. The armed breakout from Gaza on October 7 by Hamas and its allies has raised numerous questions.
Szikra
An interview with Aram Shakkour, leader of the Hungarian Szikra (Spark) Movement, on the resistance to the far-right government in the country