By Greg Godels
Biden’s first week or so in office proved eventful. He began to aggressively undo much of what Trump undid of the Obama presidency. In essence, he is returning US politics to 2016. For those who longed only for the exit of Trump [...]
By Robert Griffiths and John Foster
The UK-EU trade agreement is a compromise between the interests of British state-monopoly capitalism on the one side and those of German and French monopoly capital – represented by their states and the EU – [...]
Maoism: A Global History
Author: Julia Lovell
Publisher: Penguin Random House
Reviewed by Brian W. Major
Julia Lovell’s book is a detailed study of the history, impact, appeal and legacy of Mao Zedong and Maoism globally. [...]
By B Prasant, Kolkata
The farmers’ sit-in has now passed two months. In the rainy winter cold of northern India, 171 of the demonstrators have succumbed to the extreme weather, mostly the elderly and the ill. None of the central or state [...]
There is a bitter irony in the fact that Cuba, a country which sent emergency medical brigades around the world to help fight the coronavirus pandemic, is forced by the US blockade to confront shortages of medical supplies in its own borders. But [...]
Progressive Filipino organizations in North America and Europe are being warning that the government of Rodrigo Duterte is preparing to export its deadly campaign against left-wing activists to those regions.
The National Task Force [...]
By B Prasant
As I move away from the massive kisan (farmers and peasants) assemblage at the Singhu border between the province of Haryana and Delhi, a heavy drizzle starts to add to my misery in the bone-chilling cold of late Indian winter. I [...]
Legal, safe and free abortion is law in Argentina, after the Senate assented to a pivotal struggle for the country’s feminist movement. Now the fight will continue for its effective implementation.
The Senate approved the Voluntary Termination of [...]
By T. Whitney Jr.
Cuba’s Foreign Ministry every year prepares a report on Cuba’s experience with the US economic blockade of the island, in force since 1962. On October 22, Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez presented this year’s report at a press [...]
Farmers in India are fighting a historic struggle for their very survival as farmers. Under cover of the COVID crisis, the far-right government of Narendra Modi passed three pro-corporate agriculture bills which hand control of the sector to [...]