In another contribution to the ongoing debate on the “party question,” we reply to comradely feedback submitted by a DSA reading group on key questions of revolutionary strategy.
The victory of left-wing candidates in the Unison elections could set in motion the transformation of Britain’s largest union, and of the entire British labor movement.
The recent outbreak of COVID-19 in the town of Odemira, Portugal has brought to light conditions of modern slavery, involving human trafficking and the exploitation of migrant workers.
In April, the Communist Party of Cuba held its 8th congress, which culminated the process of replacing the historical leadership in a context of economic crisis and dangerous economic reforms.
The victory of Pedro Castillo in the Peruvian presidential election reflects the enormous social and political polarization in the country.
Recently, 1,400 farmers protested the lack of access to water in Isfahan. The regime answered by sending riot police, leading to clash. This incident is not isolated; there is widespread discord among farmers across Iran.
As long as capitalism exists, the consequences of the barbaric division of Ireland and centuries of inculcating sectarian division can never be undone. Only on the basis of uniting the working class for a revolutionary […]
The discovery of a mass grave of 215 children at a former residential school exposes Canada’s history of oppression and genocide against Indigenous people.
Capitalism should long ago have been overthrown by the working class. Why hasn’t it? The key to answering this question lies in the role of leadership and of the revolutionary party.
June 4th is the anniversary of the crushing of the 1989 Tiananmen Square movement. We publish a reading guide on these events, as both the western media and the Chinese regime actively hide what happened.
Governments spent the last year propping up the capitalist system with unprecedented state support. These desperate measures have built dynamite into the foundations of the world economy—which is now set to explode.
Over the weekend of May 22–24, Fightback/La Riposte Socialiste, the Canadian section of the IMT, held its largest congress ever, with more than 300 revolutionaries attending the online meeting.