After a summer marked by oppressive heat, devastating forest fires and, above all, by the alarming report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), September 24 saw worldwide mobilizations by environmental organizations, youth and [...]
A recent poll by Nanos Research indicates that nuclear weapons are a far greater concern for people in Canada than government actions would suggest. Specifically, there is a groundswell of support for disarmament, including through divestment in [...]
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 [...]
Recovery: Peace prospects in the Biden era
Author: Douglas Roche
Publisher: Khalid Yaqub
Reviewed by Ed Lehman
Douglas Roche’s latest book contains a lot of valuable information and could be an important stimulus to [...]
Call for closure of US military biological labs around the world
The Socialist Movement of Kazakhstan and the United Communist Party of Georgia have initiated a joint international statement of Communist and Workers' Parties, demanding the [...]
Nearly two decades after 9/11, military-industrial complex is stronger than ever
By C.J. Atkins
The current occupant of the White House tries to play the role of an isolationist, anti-war president, constantly pledging to "bring our troops [...]
Finally, some really great news – government auditors have located over a half trillion dollars in the public treasury, to pay for a people’s recovery from the current economic crisis.
$553 billion, in fact.
It’s enough to pay for a federal [...]
By Andrew Taylor
Written on the eve of the October Revolution, Lenin’s “The State and Revolution” is a fundamental contribution to Marxist thought, clarifying the nature of the State and its role in revolutionary society, i.e. “the dictatorship [...]
The U.S. administration described the summit as the start of a new ‘coalition of the willing’, recycling the Bush administration’s ominous term for the countries which backed the US illegal invasion of Iraq in 2003.
This massive militarization means the government is committing to increase its already significant role in military interventions and full-scale wars around the world, further escalating imperialism’s drive towards world war.